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Lemetropole Cafe take on the metals..

G-khan

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#1
Click on the link below to read more from Lemetropole Cafe - I think you can get a 2 week free trial to enter.. to read it... Did not post the whole thing because it is a pay to see site..
http://www.lemetropolecafe.com

The JPM dance above and below $17 is something else. During the first two weeks of the trading year, the gold price has risen some $30 and broken out. Yet silver has trouble holding on to a dime gain during all this time. It is ridiculous. The only logical conclusion is that JPM and their allies are petrified of losing control and is the reason they are doing what they are. The other logical conclusion is that when that control is lost the price of silver begins to explode.

The steady move by the price of gold the past month has been relentless and quite pretty from a chart standpoint. Those who are not watching The Gold Cartel in action might wonder what the griping here is all about. No reason to be repetitive on all of it. However, the blatant suppression stands out in comparison to what the DOW is doing (up another 150 this morning) and to what Bitcoin did last year. In comparison the gold price movement is glacier like. And, of course, what they continue to do with silver is an outrage.

The good news is investors around the world can see how cheap the prices of gold and silver are and want in … at least in gold, and enough to send its price up to where it is today. And it IS doing so with our stock market on the move. Should there ever be a major correction in our market, all sorts of money is likely to flee into the precious metals. Thus, there should be a tidal wave of buying lurking in the wind to make life very complicated for the cartel forces.
 

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Problem is when the stock market crashes it usually tanks PMs too because of the loads of paper gold.

R.
 

Thecrensh

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Click on the link below to read more from Lemetropole Cafe - I think you can get a 2 week free trial to enter.. to read it... Did not post the whole thing because it is a pay to see site..
http://www.lemetropolecafe.com

The JPM dance above and below $17 is something else. During the first two weeks of the trading year, the gold price has risen some $30 and broken out. Yet silver has trouble holding on to a dime gain during all this time. It is ridiculous. The only logical conclusion is that JPM and their allies are petrified of losing control and is the reason they are doing what they are. The other logical conclusion is that when that control is lost the price of silver begins to explode.

The steady move by the price of gold the past month has been relentless and quite pretty from a chart standpoint. Those who are not watching The Gold Cartel in action might wonder what the griping here is all about. No reason to be repetitive on all of it. However, the blatant suppression stands out in comparison to what the DOW is doing (up another 150 this morning) and to what Bitcoin did last year. In comparison the gold price movement is glacier like. And, of course, what they continue to do with silver is an outrage.

The good news is investors around the world can see how cheap the prices of gold and silver are and want in … at least in gold, and enough to send its price up to where it is today. And it IS doing so with our stock market on the move. Should there ever be a major correction in our market, all sorts of money is likely to flee into the precious metals. Thus, there should be a tidal wave of buying lurking in the wind to make life very complicated for the cartel forces.
PMs and cash are probably on their way out for two primary reasons. These are because 1) you can hide them from the government and 2) see #1
 

Silver

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PMs and cash are probably on their way out for two primary reasons. These are because 1) you can hide them from the government and 2) see #1
Sign at local restaurant today - cash or you don't eat:

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G-khan

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Why don't you move your Diddly ass off my thread!
Scorpdude working out!

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Or better yet take a nice long vacation.. Can't wait till that UFO technology is released...
Ban the bear for trolling me!

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the_shootist

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Problem is when the stock market crashes it usually tanks PMs too because of the loads of paper gold.

R.
I don't think I've ever seen much of the behavior. Of course its been a while since the bubble that is currently known as the stock market has tanked.
 

Silver

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that's just one out of millions of businesses.
True, but in rural areas it is not uncommon. If cash or cash equivalents were somehow banned, there will be black markets, and big ones. It would make the black market marijuana trade look small.