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Is Silver Showing A Short-Term Bounce Or Getting Ready To Rip Higher?

Since mid-January the price of silver has been uncharacteristically “buoyant,” especially in relation to the price-action in gold. In general, silver outperforms gold on days when gold is being successfully manipulated lower and, in general, it outperforms gold on rally days. Whether or not this is nothing more than a short-term bounce or the start of the next big move higher remains to be seen.

Deutsche Bank Admits It Rigged Gold Prices Too, Agrees To Expose Other Manipulators

This was confirmed moments ago when Reuters reported that Deutsche Bank has also reached a settlement in US litigation alleging the bank conspired to fix gold prices. Just hours after admitting it was rigging the silver market, it did the same for gold. Also like in the silver settlement it will provide cooperation in pursuing claims against the remaining Defendants.

About 38% Of All The COMEX Gold In Hong Kong Left The Warehouses Yesterday

Very little gold bullion actually changes hands or goes anywhere in the Comex US. But Hong Kong is typically seeing large inflows and outflows of gold. Because that is how the precious metals market has been manifesting in Asia since about 2007: not with endless chains of paper just changing hands in a grand game of liar’s poker, but with the physical exchange of bullion.

Conspiracy Facts Show Gold and Silver Prices Have to Rise

We had the Chinese stock market flash crash, and gold and silver went up a little bit, but dropped back down again in a few days. Also because silver is often a byproduct, it will probably continue to be produced regardless of the price or the demand. The market is still focused on a possible federal Reserve interest rate hike by the end of the year. What could it take to reboot?

Comex Gold and Silver Open Interest Is Going Parabolic

To describe as “absurd” this imbalance between the paper gold and silver contracts on the Comex and the condition of the global supply/demand for physical gold and silver is an insult to the word “absurd.” This is nothing less than complete criminal and fraudulent manipulation of the gold and silver markets by elitists and bankers who are now officially above all Rule of Law.

Silver $100 Within Two Years

You could say that buying gold is like drinking vintage Grange wine. In which case buying Silver is like doing double shots of […]

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