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dcs5150
01-02-2010, 01:50 AM
It has dawned on me that this is the strong sister of the PM's. Not trying to get too excited but it's month over month rise is looking almost exponential. Any thoughts on why this is happening guys?

aresbykes
01-02-2010, 11:18 AM
Well it's got a tone of uses, and now more than ever, people are worried about emissions. They use it in cars for emissions, and also in the fuel cells of green cars. It's no surprise as the amount of hybrids on the road increases, the price of pd should follow. I'm working on getting as much as i can before it's 800toz

marscrumbs
01-02-2010, 03:03 PM
You sound like a gold bug.
I would get excited if it went down to $200 so I could get lots more!!

Forest
01-02-2010, 04:23 PM
600 by Spring? Do you have a petition I can sign?

Its demand. There used to be 5 of us, now there must be 10-12. Palladium, its not just a theater anymore.

Seriously, my reason for buying, and I bought relatively low (missed out on the bottom) is that there was no way demand could get any lower in any normal way. They WILL make cars and they WILL have to have catalytic something's going on them. Excuse the overwrought phrasology but palladium is green technology.

a793aa
01-02-2010, 07:31 PM
600 by Spring? Do you have a petition I can sign?

Its demand. There used to be 5 of us, now there must be 10-12. Palladium, its not just a theater anymore.

Seriously, my reason for buying, and I bought relatively low (missed out on the bottom) is that there was no way demand could get any lower in any normal way. They WILL make cars and they WILL have to have catalytic something's going on them. Excuse the overwrought phrasology but palladium is green technology.


Don't forget the Hydrogen technology, Cold Fusion and the Russian factor. All exclusively associated with Palladium. Chinese are also building more autos than the US and India's growing at a 7.9% GDP clip. Auto demand is growing.

Forest
01-02-2010, 07:37 PM
I know little of that, I am pretty simplistic in that I know people drive cars, and there should be an exploding number in India and China who will want them.

Do you have some laymens language website I could read about fusion etc.?

a793aa
01-02-2010, 08:59 PM
I know little of that, I am pretty simplistic in that I know people drive cars, and there should be an exploding number in India and China who will want them.

Do you have some laymens language website I could read about fusion etc.?


60 minutes 'More than junk Science' has a pretty good grasp on the current goings on with Cold Fusion.

http://www.cbsnews.com/video/watch/?id=4955212n


Cold Fusion Supressed Technology

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=htgV7fNO-2k&feature=related

dcs5150
01-04-2010, 05:08 AM
If this keeps up this beast is gonna be out of control real quick. Palladium is definitely the strong sister, and will consistently outperform the other metals. A***X is out of suisse bars now. Which one of you is responsible for this?

marscrumbs
01-04-2010, 02:20 PM
Palladium is still far below it's high water mark while gold has set new records. Four hundred something is just about right.

Mrpublic
01-04-2010, 04:18 PM
It has dawned on me that this is the strong sister of the PM's. Not trying to get too excited but it's month over month rise is looking almost exponential. Any thoughts on why this is happening guys?

A new Palladium ETF is starting up. I think this is the biggest factor.

SUMOSABE
01-04-2010, 08:00 PM
PD's at 420..........time to light up! :D :D

http://www.kitco.com/images/live/plad.gif

dcs5150
01-15-2010, 04:58 PM
We're still on target for mid-March fellas. And we're not stopping @ $600 'cause nobody has the b***s to short this one. Let's march on, shall we ?

oober
01-15-2010, 05:02 PM
$850 is where we are going. Pfff on $600...

Forest
01-15-2010, 06:28 PM
Another day. All pm's drop, except for one.

B1gBamboula
01-15-2010, 06:40 PM
Another day. All pm's drop, except for one.

I don't know about you, but I see three reds and TWO greens :D

dcs5150
01-22-2010, 01:58 AM
$425 is the floor. Break time is just about over.

goldiebob
02-05-2010, 11:15 AM
Now we would have to have over 50% gain in 6 weeks.

Rhobo2
02-05-2010, 11:38 AM
Buy now; buy house later;)

captainbluff
02-05-2010, 11:49 AM
Too many wanna be gurus making calls out of their a$$ :cool:

marscrumbs
02-05-2010, 12:36 PM
$425 is the floor. Break time is just about over.

Then we must be in the basement today. Great time to stock up on more.

zlota
02-06-2010, 02:02 AM
All ready fellas. I unloaded all of mine on Tuesdays at a last ride at $445. Let brace for a drop off what you say? Whoo hooo baby down to $250 so I can pick another load.

captbilly
02-09-2010, 04:35 PM
I know most of the answer already but are there any uses for palladium that Pt can't do as well or better? Pd is used in most of it's applications as a lower cost replacement for PT, so what is the top end price for PD? THe simple answer is that Pd must always be substantially cheaper than Pt, otherwise the industry will simply go back to Pt.

I recently bought my son a ULEV VW Jetta in California. The low emmissions version costs about $500 more than the regular version and in my research as to the cause of the price increase showed that much of the reason was that the ULEV required more Pt and less Pd in it's catalytic converter. Pd functions similarly to Pt as a catalyst but Pd has a much lower melting point and is not nearly as corrosion resistant so it does not last as long as Pt in a catalyst. THere are some people who are dreaming of a cold fusion breakthrough that will use Pd, but as a physicist I see virtually no future for cold fusion (it seems to be essentially all made up science).

Bottom line is that we will see $600 Pd when we see $2000 Pt.

Forest
02-09-2010, 11:07 PM
Palladium is like a dandelion.

You stomp on it, spray it, cut it, pull it. But in the heat of summer, when everything is turning brown and going near death, it pops up looking for a party.

order6102
02-12-2010, 04:56 AM
I know most of the answer already but are there any uses for palladium that Pt can't do as well or better? Pd is used in most of it's applications as a lower cost replacement for PT, so what is the top end price for PD? THe simple answer is that Pd must always be substantially cheaper than Pt, otherwise the industry will simply go back to Pt.

Bottom line is that we will see $600 Pd when we see $2000 Pt.


Dental use of PD has very little to do with PT. PD has 2 qualities PT doesn't have - low density and low melting point. This make PD easy to use in dental work, where PT is not usable at all.

a793aa
02-15-2010, 03:16 PM
Palladium...I own it in Swiss pamp Bars, I own it with the new ETF- PALL and I own it with the mining stock PAL. I'm in for the long haul with the precious metal with the highest potential based on so many different factors.

Got Goldies
10-31-2010, 03:46 PM
$850 is where we are going. Pfff on $600...


I wish I would have put 17K into Palladium at $150 (113 coins?), at $640, that is $55,000. This is equal to 1980 almost..
At $850, that has to be more than 100K. :)

beast_from_the_east
10-31-2010, 07:32 PM
I wish I would have put 17K into Palladium at $150 (113 coins?), at $640, that is $55,000. This is equal to 1980 almost..
At $850, that has to be more than 100K. :)

When palladium was at $160 or so (I don't remember it falling as far as $150, but may be that's just me), there wasn't any physical Pd, least of all Pd coins, available at that price. I know because the exact same idea dawned on me right about that time. You see, no one was eager to unload Pd coins at the bottom of the market. The spreads on coins on Nucleo were to the tune of 30-40% of the spot (bars went for a little less than that, as usual). The best I could do was roughly $230 plus some change/oz near the bottom between Oct and Dec 2008. And I had to go 1 oz at a time, so slim the pickings were. I didn't get the best deals because I happened to be strapped for cash right at about the wrong moments, but slow and steady worked for me. Of course, once we went a little higher to $300+/oz, you could get whatever you wished: coins, bars, proofs, any amount. Not quite 1980, but still, not a bad play at all.

johndaniels
11-02-2010, 08:05 AM
It has dawned on me that this is the strong sister of the PM's. Not trying to get too excited but it's month over month rise is looking almost exponential. Any thoughts on why this is happening guys?

palladium run up, china auto manufacturing, and china's pollution problems.