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A New Player In The Silver Market Pushes JP Morgan Aside

The days of JP Morgan controlling the silver market may be numbered as a new player in the silver market has arrived. For several years, JP Morgan held the most silver on a public exchange in the world. JPM increased silver inventories from 4 Moz in Apr 2011 to 69.4 Moz Apr 19, 2016. Shanghai Futures Exchange silver inventories surged from 7.5 Moz in Aug 2015 to 54.7 Moz on Apr 19, 2016.

India's Physical Silver Demand Will Destroy COMEX Paper Rigged Markets

India continues to import record amounts of silver. In addition, Comex Registered silver inventories continue to fall, even as two large transfers were reported over the past two days. At some point, the physical silver demand will totally overrun the highly leveraged paper (manipulated) markets. I would imagine India could be one of the leading factors.

What If This Retail Physical Silver Supply Shortage Doesn’t End?

If the U.S. and world suffer either a market crash or Black Swan event in the next several months, we will see the current physical silver product shortage extend to a point that it may never end. If we do not get the highly anticipated market crash, then this present tightness in the physical silver market may lighten up by the end of 2015 or beginning of 2016.

JP Morgan Loses 45% Of Registered Gold Stock In One Day

While the drain of COMEX gold and silver Registered inventories continues as demand for physical precious metals increases, JP Morgan experienced a 45% decline of its Registered Gold Inventories in one day. JP Morgan now only has a lousy 10,777 oz of gold remaining in its Registered gold inventories.

Silver Market Breakout: Surging Physical Silver Demand & Falling Inventories

The surge in physical silver demand has put more stress on global silver inventories. The Fed has very little it can do when the broader stock market and economy really starts to crash. The huge surge in retail silver investment demand will not fall off like it did in 2008. Why? Many more investors today realize the situation may get totally out-of-hand.

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