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Tell Me If You’re Worried About Precious Metals Now

Tuesday, August 30, 2016 11:39
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It’s Tuesday morning, roughly 36 hours since the Precious Metal “market” opened Sunday night.  Yesterday was the lowest volume trading day of the entire year, and today will not likely be much better – as the entire world is on vacation; whilst the PPT, Fed, ESF, and gold Cartel seek to support “favored” financial assets, and keep their foot on the throat of Precious Metals, to…

  1. “Prove” the Jackson Hole proceedings were “hawkish” (please disregard what was actually said);
  1. Maintain “stability” ahead of what will likely be the most contentious election homestretch in U.S. history – as a status quo preserving Hillary victory cannot be dreamt of otherwise;
  1. “Condition” the markets for Friday’s “all-important,” likely unprecedentedly rigged NFP jobs report;
  1. And prevent the instantaneous collapse of history’s largest, most globally destructive fiat Ponzi scheme.

Yesterday’s unconscionable Precious Metal raids starting with, following a weekend of violently “PM-bullish, everything-else-bearish” news, the 155th “Sunday Night Sentiment” raid of the past 161 weekends, through this morning’s multiple, seemingly endless “caps and attacks.”  To that end, yesterday’s market action could not have been more PM-bullish, with Treasury bonds exploding higher – loudly and vehemently rejecting Friday’s market-rigging-aided propaganda that Janet Yellen and Stanley Fischer made “hawkish” statements.  Heck, Fischer even granted a follow-up interview this morning – and despite claiming we should not assume a rate hike “one and done,” Treasury yields are lower now, than when he spoke two hours ago.

However, such heresy was clearly not “allowed” to manifest itself in real money prices, which is why no less than 13 separate “Cartel Herald” algorithms were used to stop gold, starting just before the “2:15 AM key attack time (earlier than usual, because a 1:30 AM price surge necessitated it); with the “denouement” at the prototypical 12:00 PM EST “cap of last resort”; followed by a 2:00 PM EST “crybaby attack”; the “8:00 PM algo”; and four more “Cartel Herald’s” this morning, the first just before 2:15 AM; and the most vicious at exactly the 8:20 AM EST Cartel open.  No matter that the news flow has again been violently PM bullish, or that 5% of the COMEX’s entire registered silver inventory was withdrawn yesterday, taking the available-for-delivery inventory to essentially a record low level, of just $500 million.  Not billion, but million.

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But don’t worry, former Fed governor Kevin Warsh’s comment yesterday, that the the Fed unequivocally manipulated markets, should be ignored.  Not to mention, the fact that the Fed itself published a paper – again, yesterday – predicting the “neutral” interest rate to be no higher than 1% in 2026.  Which is exactly the time the Congressional Budget Office, or CBO, expects that national debt to hit $28.2 trillion, versus $19.5 trillion today (which couldn’t possibly cause interest rates to rise).

Please note, the aforementioned comments and predictions come from the government itself, not “conspiracy theorists” like the alternative media.  And given that they lie and/or misjudge everything financially related – or, for that matter, anything – they come into contact with, just think how bad things really are, and really will be.  But don’t worry, you should still buy stocks and bonds at record valuations; amidst the worst economy of our lifetimes – and hold your hyperinflating savings in fiat currency, instead of real money.

That is, while actual currency still exists – as if there’s one thing the Jackson Hole Symposium highlighted – in spades – it’s that the “cashless society” initially brought to the fore earlier this year, will shortly be a reality, on a worldwide basis.  And a negative yielding reality, to boot, which is probably why Germany this week joined Japan in selling out every cash (and shortly, precious metal) safe the nation’s hardware stores could stock.  But don’t worry, Central bank manipulation of everything from currency to sovereign bonds will save us, as they are as brilliant as they are omniscient.

That said, it’s the rare day when one thing doesn’t stand out amidst the horrible headlines; as frankly, I feel like I’m being smothered by negativity.  Each such topic screams currency devaluation – and equally loudly, buy Precious Metals!  Or, more appropriately, sell fiat currency!  Which is why, for the reasons cited above and below, I simply ask you to “read this, and tell me if you’re ‘worried’ about Precious Metals – with the “below” including stories such as the following; again, from the past 24 hours alone.

  1. Apple is being ordered by European regulators to pay $14 billion in back taxes, for having utilized questionable tax loopholes to shield profits. Such an event could have a devastating impact on future corporate earnings and capital spending, should other governments pursue such aggressive – and in most cases, justified – tax collection tactics.
  1. The French Economy Minister is resigning today. But don’t worry, the ongoing “economic emergency” will have no impact on the nation’s collapsing finances or political or social stability.
  1. The U.S. Case-Shiller Home Price Index was this morning reported to have declined for a third straight month, for the first time since 2012. But don’t worry, it couldn’t possibly follow the pace of collapse in high-end markets like San Francisco, the Hamptons, Miami, and Aspen.
  1. Boeing is not raising prices for the first time since the 2008 collapse, due to falling demand. Again, this is no reason to worry – as clearly this, and Caterpillar’s two-plus years of falling revenues, does not connote a weakening economy.
  1. Norway has joined other commodity-dependent nations in raiding its sovereign funds to pay government bills – joining pensions, insurance companies, and other major investment funds trying to deal with rapidly deteriorating financial conditions. All good!
  1. Nearly half of all unemployed Italians have given up looking for jobs. But don’t worry, next month’s referendum probably won’t be a big deal.  I’m sure Matteo Renzi will keep his job, and the anti-EU Five Star Movement, which is already Italy’s largest political party, won’t push the nation toward a 2017 “Italeave” vote.
  1. A record number of U.S. college graduates are working minimum wage jobs – at 24% of the total, up from just 17% at the turn of the century. And as we are seeing on a nationwide basis now, the initial impact of Obama’s strong-armed minimum wage increases are not only the mass laying off of tens of thousands of minimum wage workers, but the proliferation of robotic substitutes.  But don’t worry, Janet Yellen and Stanley Fischer say the economy is close to “full employment” – and thus, we are “nearing” the time when it may be appropriate to raise rates.  Incoming data dependent, of course.
  1. The entirety of U.S. household net worth growth over the past 30 years has been concentrated in the hands of the top 10% – and if the data were available, it would probably show the top 1% to have gained far more disproportionately. But don’t worry, the “polls” say Hillary Clinton is a shoo-in, over Donald Trump.
  1. The new DNC Chairman, lifelong lackey Donna Brazile, claims the Clinton Foundation’s blatant “pay to play” policies (let alone, its potentially soon-to-be-prosecuted charity fraud) should not be criminalized, as it is “normal behavior.” In her warped, compromised, Atlas Shrugged-like mind, the Clinton’s are the good guys, and Julian Assange a “criminal.”
  1. The Dallas Fed Manufacturing Survey was negative for the 20th straight month in July, nearly matching the 23 months of negative growth in 2008-09. But don’t worry, the economic collapse of the state where the vast majority of high paying jobs were created since the 2008 crisis – which also is responsible for the greatest percentage of corporate capital spending, and teetering junk bonds – is nothing to worry about.  Even with oil prices plunging anew, nothing bad could possibly come of this.  I mean, surely OPEC will “freeze” production, and bring about a new age of E&P prosperity.
  1. The Japanese government, through both the Bank of Japan and the biggest public pension fund, is now the largest shareholder of roughly 25% of all Japanese companies. And yet, the Japanese stock market is down 20% from a year ago, with the Japanese economy collapsing, its national debt exploding, its demographics imploding, its Central bank – and Prime Minister – hell bent on destroying its currency, at the expense of the rest of the world; and heck, its very status as a first world country is in question. But don’t worry, those same citizens that recently sold out the nation’s safes, won’t possibly sell Yen and buy gold.

And there you have it.  Not even 24 hours of “PM-bullish, everything-else-bearish” headlines from around the world, one more terrifying than the next.  So again, I ask, after reading this, can anyone actually claim to be “worried” about Precious Metal prices, no matter what the Cartel attempts?



Source: http://www.milesfranklin.com/worried-about-precious-metals/

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  • VirusGuard

    The kitco graph with little kids drawing on it shows nothing, it went up, it went down

    Yes we all know the numbers are fixed and with stocks going up people will cash out from paper gold and buy stocks or bonds even if they have a negative return.

    This party is over, no hocky sticks as silver went from $14 to $19oz and hit a ceiling so put more money into the machine, pull the lever because the bankers want to to all think that you are about to hit the jack-pot.

    Logic leaves the room, it’s fixed and I won’t be buying any more silver until paper prices hits $12oz again

  • Grim

    If, you want to see something truly interesting, look over on http://www.usdebtclock.org Over on the right side of the page, it gives the US dollar / silver and US dollar / gold ratio. Whats interesting, is that it shows a price of nearly $900 for silver and a little over $8000 for gold. I believe, these to be the actual current prices for the metals, with the artificial beat down removed. These figures represent what gold and silver should be when the actual value of the dollar is considered. At the very least, it gives everyone a very good idea where the prices will go, once the naked shorting stops soon.

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