- Dec 18, 2011
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And using fake money to do it no less. hahahahaha..As with most successful scams it's in plain sight.
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How can it be a metals market if the exchange itself can specify settlement in cash and not the allgedly "underlying" asset? The same is being done with bitcoin btw...where a contract for "bitcoin" doesn't even require that anyone actually have or provide "bitcoin".
These are nothing other than wagers for cash based upon price action that's disconnected from price discovery mechanisms by the very "markets" themselves...they're not commodity markets at all. It's just fakery stacked atop fakery.
The question should be, "Can I outrun a dog with this heavy-ass bag of silver on my back?"
Most silver is safely at the bottom of a lake or ocean.