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PMGOLD - Perth Mint Gold ETF

Ukrainians are Eastern slavs so are Russians and Belrussians, Polish Czech and slovak are Western slavs, the rest are southern Bulgaria former Yugoslavia

Unless you are a Gypsie or Jew which have minorities in Slav countries you are a Slav, not talking about some small cases of somebody that had Italian, German etc parents.
Also there is Muslim slavs, they are slavs but have Muslim faith not the same as Jews who are ethnically Jewish in slavic countries. Ofcourse there would be some but mainly not

As the folk tale that gets told to children goes, there were 3 brothers one stayed, one went west and one went east. Poland, Czechoslovakia and Russia.
In a simplified way all slavs are thought to come from the same people and the tribes went east west and south in Europe, so Ukrainians are Ukranians, Russians are Russians, Serbs are Serbs but all from the Slavic language family and dna have similar markers
Anyway, we have used Kiev in English for years, and I now learn i am a Bad Putin feon if i carry on...seriously do you use Pekin,Peking, Beijing or BJ
You can buy great
"I love Bj "caps there btw.?
In my opinion, this is pedantic and probably used to confuse people who have associated Kiev with Russian leaders of USSR for the last century.
As our narrative is now to say it is completely different.
Who really cares really?
 
Anyway, we have used Kiev in English for years, and I now learn i am a Bad Putin feon if i carry on...seriously do you use Pekin,Peking, Beijing or BJ
You can buy great
"I love Bj "caps there btw.?
In my opinion, this is pedantic and probably used to confuse people who have associated Kiev with Russian leaders of USSR for the last century.
As our narrative is now to say it is completely different.
Who really cares really?

But most importantly not to be a neo nazi politically correct remember to say them/they never him or her ? ?
 
Can somebody appraise me as to where the PMGOLD thread is please?
This one?
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Regression on 5-year trend is strongly positive.
In fact the AUD POG is pretty good, so our local Aussie gold producers are barely affected by the USD decline in POG.
I seem to have wandered in to a UAP Weight Watchers/ Eastern European History/Linguistics discussion.
And they have not even worked out that Ukrainians don't use our Latin (Roman) alphabet, so their pronunciations are going to be different using Cyrillic sounds.
 
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Can somebody advise me of how Perth Mint shave their profit from holders of PMGOLD, every November, I seem to remember from one on @Dona Ferentes posts.

gg
 
0.15%pa.. If you own 667 units, then at 31 Dec it becomes 666; If you own 1000, it becomes 999.
 
Oh and on subject. , Overnight, Spot gold -0.7% to $US1809.76/oz and AUD +1.1% to 69.30 US cents

So I guess PMGOLD will drop on Monday.

(That's in Arabic numerals, if someone needs it in Roman numerals, I could have a go. Pretty sure Cyril took the prevailing numbering system with him)
 
And they have not even worked out that Ukrainians don't use our Latin (Roman) alphabet, so their pronunciations are going to be different using Cyrillic sounds.
For the village “Rusky Tyshky” you wrote “Rusky Tushky” (Руські Тушки), which means “Russian corpses”.
 
Oh and on subject. , Overnight, Spot gold -0.7% to $US1809.76/oz and AUD +1.1% to 69.30 US cents

So I guess PMGOLD will drop on Monday.

(That's in Arabic numerals, if someone needs it in Roman numerals, I could have a go. Pretty sure Cyril took the prevailing numbering system with him)
Not necessarily.

On Monday, Gold starts trading at 9am, AEST Queensland Time, 00:00 GMT , if I'm not mistaken, in Sydney.

An hour earlier on New York Comex, Sunday evening ET, although I've never seen a huge change there of a Monday morning our time.

PMGOLD starts a smidgen after 10.15 am, usually.

I am told the Southern "Teal" states are back on Queensland time, so it should be the same there. Don't ask me about Broken Hill, NT, WA nor SA. Nor Tasmania. I'd guess Tassie is the same as Danstan so that the ferry doesn't get confused.

So there will be an hour or maybe over that of gold trading before PMGOLD leaves the starting gate. The latter usually follows to the cent POG in $AUD divided by 100 moving in tandem.

Many a slip twixt cup and lip can occur.

I'm told Luna went from $1 to 4c in less time.

And yes, POG may fall, although it may rise, before PMGOLD trades.

gg
 
Not necessarily.

On Monday, Gold starts trading at 9am, AEST Queensland Time, 00:00 GMT , if I'm not mistaken, in Sydney.

An hour earlier on New York Comex, Sunday evening ET, although I've never seen a huge change there of a Monday morning our time.

PMGOLD starts a smidgen after 10.15 am, usually.

I am told the Southern "Teal" states are back on Queensland time, so it should be the same there. Don't ask me about Broken Hill, NT, WA nor SA. Nor Tasmania. I'd guess Tassie is the same as Danstan so that the ferry doesn't get confused.

So there will be an hour or maybe over that of gold trading before PMGOLD leaves the starting gate. The latter usually follows to the cent POG in $AUD divided by 100 moving in tandem.

Many a slip twixt cup and lip can occur.

I'm told Luna went from $1 to 4c in less time.

And yes, POG may fall, although it may rise, before PMGOLD trades.

gg
There was a time when certain events were a reasonable portend of POGs direction.
But with neither war, inflation or Fed hikes moving POG as expected it's turning out to be a coin toss instead.
As I see it, most Aussie producers are doing ok at POG's present AUD denominated prices, so unless you are actually trading the metal, I for one am not worried. After all, gold's large price swings are par for the course in a bull market, and the long term trend is not yet threatened:
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PMGOLD is now $25.54. ... caught in the jaws of a stubborn gold price and a (now) rising AUD

Still watching
 
PMGOLD is a good proxy for POG in $AUD.

On the chart we approach quite a consistent support resistance line at $25.00

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