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Bix

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Just a thinking out loud question.

Bix was praising silver up to just 2 years ago. "Back up the truck, silvers time is here" he cried.

And yet, all of his newsletters post 2 years are all about BTC. ????? Am I the only one questioning why he has not made an apology for the silver bulls he revved up prior to BTC?

Did I miss something?

SH
 

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Did I miss something?
SH
You must have. The guy is selling newsletter subscriptions. His corner of that market is to be the most outlandish of them all with the craziest price projections.

He doesn't know any more about future price movements than you, I or anyone else. If he did, he wouldn't be peddling newsletters.
 

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Lots of newletter guys send out letters to both sides, that way they will be right half the time through the year. If they are smart they reverse and get it right half the time on a quarterly basis.
 

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Lots of newletter guys send out letters to both sides, that way they will be right half the time through the year. If they are smart they reverse and get it right half the time on a quarterly basis.


This is what guys that sell sports picks do, they give 2 sides of the game to 2 different people and when 1 of them wins They look like a genius, they usually offer "guaranteed winner" or next pick free
 

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^^^^ It used to be a profitable scam where the operators would send out opposing predictions, then sending out more predictions to the recipients of only the correct ones. Rinse and repeat. After 4 or 5 consecutive "correct" calls the list of marks would be whittled down to only a handful but they would all be primed for a good screwing.