Saturday, September 16, 2017


The Golden Solution to America’s Debt Crisis

After Gold Crash, Experts Point to Central Bank Manipulation

More admission from monetary authorities that they manipulate (down) the price of gold.  One just has to know where to look.

“Central banks stand ready to lease gold in increasing quantities, should the price of gold rise,” then-Fed boss Alan Greenspan told the House Banking Committee in 1998. In other words, if gold prices go up, the central bank will make sure they come back down. The Fed has publicly admitted as much.

Even before Greenspan’s infamous admission, a “confidential” Fed document dated April 5, 1961, available in the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis’ archives, revealed the central bank’s hand in the metals market. “Monetary authorities in the United States ... have maintained the stability (and primacy) of the dollar in the international currency structure by standing ready to buy gold from, and sell it to, foreign monetary authorities who either need or acquire dollars for exchange purposes,” reads the paper, entitled “U.S. Foreign Exchange Operations: Needs and Methods.” The minutes from Fed “Open Market Committee” meetings showed the central bankers jubilantly admitting that even mentioning a possible gold sale would drive the price down. The Fed, of course, also admits that it is a privately owned institution.

Outspoken speech of BIS official William R White (2005): The fifth objective of Central Bank cooperation is to influence the price of gold

This is not a conspiracy theory. The financial elites don't always operate in the dark. Sometimes they explicitly describe what they do. The deniers are willfully blind.

Alan Greenspan Admits Ron Paul Was Right About Gold

Wednesday, September 13, 2017

BIS official: Central banks cooperate to influence gold price

This removes all doubt that central bankers and their bullion bank agents conspire to suppress the price of gold and manipulate foreign currencies.

Saturday, September 9, 2017

Physical Gold In Vault Is “True Hedge of Last Resort” – Goldman Sachs

Whistleblower Andrew Maguire Exposed 14 Days Ago ‘Vampire Squid’ Goldman Sachs Was Moving In For The Kill. Maguire Now Says Admission By Goldman’s Currie Is A Big Deal

Gold perma-bear Goldman Sach's commodities analyst Jeff Currie is not only bullish on gold, but he is advising clients to buy physical gold, not ETF's or COMEX futures contrasts.  I almost fell out of my chair when I read this.

This captured analyst has never dispensed this advice--ever, as far as I can remember.  In fact, he was mocking gold bugs for years for giving the same advice.  Why the flip flop?  I believe Goldman Sachs is now talking their book and looking to drive precious metals prices higher now that they are positioned for it.

Talk prices down, scoop up physical gold at low prices.  Then talk prices up, once correctly positioned long.

Asset Markets, The Sports Illustrated Jinx, And The Dodgers

Sunday, September 3, 2017