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posted ago by Auroraalpha ago by Auroraalpha +11 / -0

Seems like the China Real Estate bubble, the potential Fed taper, 3.5T spending plan, and mass inflation are all kicking in within the next week or so. Guess we should sell off everything in advance of it? Anybody have any thoughts?

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Pbman 2 points ago +2 / -0

Buy silver or gold.

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MikeyisNinja 1 point ago +1 / -0

GME is the best hedge

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Auroraalpha [S] 1 point ago +1 / -0

GMEs only good when the squeeze happens....if you want to make money off it. For a few of us, its not about the money at all.

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MikeyisNinja 1 point ago +1 / -0

With ever grande going down I believe GME is primed for lift off.

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Rooo 1 point ago +1 / -0

It will crash just after you decide it won't.

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Kekistan_United 1 point ago +1 / -0

Anybody have any thoughts?

yes.

i read a lot of tech journals and am in those circles.

there is a HUGE and yet secret push to go into hydrogen production.

solid oxide hydrogen storage etc etc.

i believe i will live long enough to see most developed societies run residential
power by a hybridized solar-hydrogen system. its also makes clean water.

energy. its generation, storage and distribution, in my opinion, is a future to hedge

i believe toyota will usher in a hydrogen age for japan. and then chyna will follow.

then the rest of asia etc etc.

i am looking to retire to the south pacific.

a solar hydrogen barge/boat means i can always trade fresh water for food.

i digress

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Auroraalpha [S] 1 point ago +1 / -0

Hmmm, sounds great. Have you done a DD on any firms to invest in yet? Other than being a consumer if such

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Kekistan_United 1 point ago +1 / -0

for me its about storing hydrogen.

its actually simple to do, but not cost effective for residential homes.. yet

i would argue, that the material scientists at GKN have made a simple and cost-effective way
to store the hydrogen in a sintered powder disc made of iron and titanium in a matrix.

tho it seems GKN plc (GKNL/GKNLY) has been delisted according to my webull search

oddly enough. the two countries with abundant iron and titanium is chyna und russia

i started looking at them a while back but really it comes down to who can make
the tanks easily and move them, as such.

so then those that want a giant tank of iron-titanium powder, would need to move
several thousand kilograms of mass to and from the storage site.

so then its back to the welding supplier groups etc. as they already do so.

i dont care who makes them, ostensibly, i just want them available at local stores.

home depot, lowes, walmart, et al