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Further Surge in Silver and Gold will kill Commercial Traders

In contemplating what occurs next, will the silver and gold commercial traders succeed in turning prices lower & triggering off technical fund selling on the COMEX & also cool off ETF demand for physical metal? To be fair, either outcome, a price selloff or surge, must be considered possible, but recent developments raise the odds of a commercial failure in which prices surge, especially for silver.

The Hunt For The Mystery Gold Bear Raid Leader Begins

The gold crash took place in the span of 30 seconds just before Chinese stocks opened and broke the gold futures market not once but twice. As for the “great”, and greatly misdirecting, hunt for the bear raid leader, one to distract the masses & which will never reveal the true culprit, while those guilty of chronic, constant manipulation continue to walk free – bring on the entertainment.

What could go wrong with our systems that might assist Silver Prices?

What’s wrong with paper silver? Paper silver has been aggressively sold and that pushes prices down – just the opposite of what occurred between 2009 and April 2011. What is wrong with paper silver is … probably nothing. Buyers and sellers do their thing, sometimes in fractions of a second, and they define a price for paper.

We're Close To A Point Where COMEX Price Manipulation Becomes Ineffective

Judging by the increasing numbers of commentators & observers now including the developments in futures trading on the COMEX as the prime price influence on gold and silver, I am greatly encouraged. I firmly believe that we are much closer than ever to the point where enough see the COMEX price manipulation to render it ineffective.

10 Remarkable Gold And Silver Trends Into 2015

Our belief is that it will take some time until the prices of gold and silver will move back in line with these fundamental trends. Until then, gold or silver owners can rest assured that the gold and silver market is not as bad as some would like to make you believe. Here are 10 remarkable gold and silver trends going into 2015.

Lawless Manipulation of Gold & Silver Markets by Public Authorities

Decline in gold or silver prices vs. the dollar conveys that the dollar is strong when in fact, the dollar should be under pressure from over-issuance of dollars & dollar-denominated debt. What we have been experiencing since the 2008 crisis is the subordination of law & the financial regulatory agencies to the interests of a few private banks.

Rigged Gold Price Distorts Perception of Economic Reality

The Fed & its agents rig gold prices in the Comex futures (paper gold) market. Bullion banks print an unlimited supply of gold contracts which are sold in large volumes & thus serving the Fed by protecting the dollar from Fed’s loose monetary policy by lowering gold prices & preventing the concern that a rising gold price would bring to the dollar.

Gold Market Insider Trading & Financial Terrorism on Comex

One motive of the manipulation is to control Comex trading in a way that helps the Fed contain the price of gold, thereby preventing its rise from signaling that problems festering in the U.S. financial system are growing worse by the day. This is an act of financial terrorism. Another motive is to help support the relative trading level of the dollar.

Manipulation Cannot Stop Gold From Rising Significantly

It was only after the Libor scandal, that the awareness of the broad public was opened to manipulation in all sorts of financial assets like currencies, commodities, gold and silver, etc. Gold is a liquid store of value and manipulation cannot stop gold from rising significantly.

JPMorgan Holds Highest Amount Of Physical Silver In History

JPMorgan realized that it was on the wrong side of the trade, after having discovered how tight the physical silver market was. Consequently, the bank had to crush the silver price with their HFT tricks in order to reverse the trend. By doing so, JPM could regain control over the silver market.

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