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Gold Price Driven by Massive Speculation in Paper Gold

Speculation in paper gold is both an effect of the gold price and an important short-term driver of the gold price. It is therefore fair to say that although changes in GLD’s gold inventory don’t cause anything, they often reflect changes in speculative sentiment that at least on a short-term basis do have a significant influence on the gold price.

Are You Prepared for the Hyperinflation Shock? Get on the Gold Wagon Now!

The problem is that no one is prepared for the coming shock. All of this printing will result in global hyperinflation of at least similar proportions to the Weimar republic or Zimbabwe. The final decline of the currencies will be reflected in the gold and silver prices. Gold at $1,330 and silver at $19 is a bargain, but with hyperinflation, we could add quite a few zeros to their prices.

Will Gold Prices Crash With The Dow And Again Soar On Inflation?

Are we headed for a crash in the stock market? Yes, and a more severe one than in 2008. As the crash unfolds, gold will be sold even though holders may be confident about gold, as the goal will be to cover immediate losses. Inflation will then ramp up dramatically as governments increase money supply, eventually causing collapses in currencies. Currency collapse will again push up gold prices.

A Rush to Gold and Silver Simply Indicates the Falling Influence of US Dollar

While the DOW and S&P languished in the agony of three crashes from March of 2000 through 2009, gold and silver got no respect from Wall Street or financial media. That’s despite gold doubling in paper money terms 2.8 times from 2001 to 2011. But no market goes up or down forever. After years of massive money printing & price manipulation, the gold and silver bull is back.

Price Discovered on Comex is not a Price for Gold or Silver at all

We’re simply attempting to draw attention to the hopelessly corrupt & fraudulent, paper derivative pricing scheme. In the absence of any meaningful physical delivery, the price discovered on the Comex is not a price for gold or silver at all. With open interest near record levels in gold and silver, we likely won’t have to wait much longer to find out the Truth.

Is Paper Gold and Silver Pushing Up The Prices For The Physical Metals?

Gold and silver prices are rising. Gold prices shot up over $60 this week while silver moved up over $0.85. The feeling in the air is that of long suffering suddenly turned to optimism. Big gains, if not the collapse of the price-suppression cartel, are inevitable. Let’s look at the only true picture of supply – demand fundamentals & what it tells us about the state of the market.

Gold Buying by China in a Very Aggressive Motion Right Now

China has gone from being the price taker to the price maker. China wants its currency to be as prominent as the euro, yen & the dollar for global trade. As in the SDR, when you go and borrow the only thing they’ll take for collateral is gold, so the Chinese have been on a very aggressive program of buying gold every month, and we’re seeing that in motion.

Is the Dollar Gold Price controlled by JPM in Cooperation with the BIS?

We ask ourselves if JPM & the BIS are operating agents for a higher goal & conclude that there is no free market for gold. Yes, we are convinced that the dollar gold price is controlled by JPM in cooperation with the BIS with knowledge of or by order from the authorities. Is this not a monopoly situation & abuse of power? Most certainly there is no level playing field.

Gold - Technical Picture Looks Increasingly Supportive Of A Sustainable Bull Market

By this time next year, gold prices could be challenging or even surpassing the yellow metal’s all-time high of $1,924 an ounce reached in September 2011. The technical picture looks increasingly supportive with buyers ready to accumulate both physical metal and paper proxies just under the market – suggesting that we are now in sustainable bull-market territory.

The Gold Bull Begins to Stir - Thanks to the Weakening Economy & Drastic Measures

I expect that the U.S. and other major economies will perform poorly for several years to come, with recession or near-recession business conditions forcing the Fed and other leading central banks to pursue reflationary monetary policies and low interest rates – a bullish long-term mix for gold that promises stagflation and much higher prices for gold later in the decade.

GOLD: Something Seems To Have Snapped At The Comex

In the latest update from the Comex vault, we learn that a whopping 201,345 ounces of Registered gold had been de-warranted & shifted into the Eligible category, reducing the total mount of Comex Registered gold by 73%, from 275K to just 74K overnight. Meanwhile, the aggregate gold open interest remained largely unchanged, at about 40 million ounces.

Gold In 2016: "The Economic Power Is Shifting"

In the near-term, paper gold is extremely oversold, reflecting the expression of western establishment sentiment in the paper markets. Compared with the situation at the time of the Lehman crisis, gold is significantly cheaper today, which is wholly at odds with the continuing systemic risk to fiat currencies from under-capitalised banks, unprepared for the prospect of markets normalising.

The Screaming Fundamentals For Owning Gold

Gold is one of the few investments that every investor should have in their portfolio. We are now at the dangerous end-game period of a very bold but very reckless & disappointing experiment with the world’s fiat currencies. If this experiment fails, gold will provide one of the best forms of wealth insurance. Insurance only works if you buy it before you need to rely on it.

Hedge Funds Have Never Been This Short Gold

At 1.4 million ounces the market is now in its biggest net short position ever, surpassing bearish positions entered into in July and early August. That was the first time hedge funds were net negative since at least 2006. It’s not just gold that is being swamped by negative sentiment. According to the CFTC, 15 of the 24 commodities tracked turned more bearish last week.

Comex Registered Gold Hits New Low - Now 293 Oz Of Paper Gold Per Physical Oz

Many vaults continue to see either outright withdrawals of Registered Gold or comparable adjustments. How much longer can this exponential surge in the dilution ratio continue? We don’t know, although with less than 5 tons of registered gold left in the Comex vault system, we hope that the mystery of what is really going on at the Comex will finally be unveiled.

Silly Debt, Paper Dies, Gold Thrives

The purchasing power of our debt based fiat currency will be exponentially eroded until the catastrophic “debt withdrawal” occurs. The agony of withdrawal occurs now … or later, when it will be even worse. You can now: Protect your purchasing power with silver and gold, or Trust that purchasing power will not decrease, in spite of 100 years of history.

Indians Urged To Give Up Their "Idle Gold" For The Good Of The Nation

Indians would be allowed to deposit their gold with banks & earn interest, while banks will be free to sell the gold to jewelers, thereby boosting supply. When stripped of its pompous rhetoric, what India is offering is simple: a gold-for-paper exchange, which in a culture where gold has been the definition of money for centuries, would likely be a non-starter from the beginning.

The Seven Biggest Lies Told (and Believed) about Gold

Many widely held beliefs about gold are lies – propaganda hammered home to have us believe the only true measure of wealth is government-issued debt. Judging from the constant onslaught of anti-gold propaganda, and the relatively small percentage of Americans owning or knowing anything about gold, these lies have done their damage.

Why Gold is Good and Sovereign Debt is Bad

It is easy to create debt – central banks “print” currencies by BORROWING those currencies into existence. Debt increases, currency in circulation increases, and until it crashes, life is good for the financial and political elite. But debt increasing 60 times more rapidly than gold indicates that debt is growing too rapidly and due for a reset.

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