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Why the Dangerously Big Silver Short? Here's the Answer

Why would any banking institutions go so dangerously short silver? It’s profitable & they can get away with it. Because they are effectively the ONLY shorts & also as they’ve been able to build these positions, then subsequently push prices over the edge & cover positions for a profit. Controlling the price mechanism with dirt cheap leverage – Over and over again.

Gold Prices At Strongest Resistance Area - Will It Breakout Or Fail?

Gold price’s historic chart has three distinct phases: a strong uptrend followed by a consolidation and a strong downtrend. The ultimate test is taking place right now: Gold can break out of its downtrend. But will it do so? That is the million dollar question, and it will have huge consequences for metal investors, but also for markets in general.

Deutsche Bank Confirms Silver Market Manipulation In Legal Settlement

Investors had accused Deutsche Bank, HSBC & ScotiaBank of abusing their power as three of the world’s largest silver bullion banks to dictate the price of silver. Deutsche Bank has agreed to settle the litigation over allegations it illegally conspired with Bank of Nova Scotia and HSBC to fix silver prices & also to EXPOSE other Banks. The full shocking letter can be read here.

Comex A Zombie Market: Hedge Funds Record Short Paper Gold

You may ask yourself, how do you kill a zombie? As a market for the trading of physical gold and silver, the Comex is already dead. At some point, the entities who have stuck around to try their hand in the rigged paper game will either go broke or simply fade away. At that point, the bullion banks will be left to play only with themselves.

JPMorgan Holds Lowest Silver Short Position Since 2008

JPMorgan’s short position in silver is now down to about 11,500 contracts, their lowest short-side corner in the Comex futures market since taking over the silver short position of Bear Stearns in 2008. And not to be forgotten in all of this, is the equally extreme short-side corner in the Comex silver market held by Canada’s Scotiabank.

Gold Is On Sale - So Is It Time To Buy Gold Now?

By now, everyone knows of the shortages in the gold market; JPMorgan has to be as aware of that as the rest of us. It just isn’t safe for them to continue to lean on the market. Being aware, it looks like they are taking the bet that gold will rebound, so they could do well on the other side of the trade.

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