A Most Magnificent Speech

From one Robert Wenzel:

I will now give you more warnings about the economy.

The noose is tightening on your organization, vast amounts of money printing are now required to keep your manipulated economy afloat. It will ultimately result in huge price inflation, or, if you stop printing, another massive economic crash will occur. . . . → Read More: A Most Magnificent Speech

Martin Armstrong on metals manipulation

Below are some relevant extracts from Martin Armstrong’s The Analytical Shill. The article is generally about how research and analysts are conflicted and how analysts and investors and gurus can be blinded by their biases. The paragraphs below are straight from the article and will jump around a bit because I’ve just pasted them . . . → Read More: Martin Armstrong on metals manipulation

US manipulating the gold price up

Very funny to read this from Reuters where Iran claims that its enemies were deliberately causing the price of gold and foreign exchange to rise in a bid to undermine the Islamic Republic’s economy. “The enemies and ill-wishers want to make a fuss and present wrong information to provoke and deviate the market,” Ahmadinejad . . . → Read More: US manipulating the gold price up

Matt Badiali: The Case for Gold Price Manipulation

As a geologist by training, it’s no surprise that S&A Resource Report Editor Matt Badiali takes a data-driven approach to investing. In this exclusive Gold Report interview, he shares calculations for trailing stops and strategies to take profits with prospect generators and points to the signs of gold price manipulation.

The Gold . . . → Read More: Matt Badiali: The Case for Gold Price Manipulation

We are flies in a bullion bank web

I left this comment on the FOFOA blog:

Your point about bullion banks having the best intel is important. Bullion banks are like spiders in the center of a web. They can feel the twitching of the flies in the web and determine the mood of the market better than anyone else and often . . . → Read More: We Are Flies in a Bullion Bank Web

The Mysterious Mr Maguire’s Message of Metal Manipulation

“Since criminal prosecution is only a remote threat, and since the fines and damages are generally paid by the companies, not by the individuals, the question is: what’s to keep a Sumitomo from happening again, perhaps in precious metals?” – Modern Market Manipulation by Mike Riess, International Precious Metals Institute 27th Annual Conference, 16 . . . → Read More: The Mysterious Mr Maguire’s Message of Metal Manipulation

Gunning For Goldman Sachs Gangbangers

Goldman Sachs (GS) gangbangers are engaged in public service, or more appropriately pillaging, as fast as possible even while the victims are getting increasingly shrill in their protests.  No means no and the gangbangers are not being respectful.  Bankers, financiers, hedge fund managers and others are being exterminated under suspicious circumstances.  Even senior gangbangers . . . → Read More: Gunning For Goldman Sachs Gangbangers

The death of gold

While I have only been blogging for a short while, I have been following goldbug chatter since 1998 when I took up a position in the Depository division of the Mint. At that time it was all doom and gloom with the price in a downward trend, helped along by Gordon Brown with his . . . → Read More: The death of gold