Tag Archives : Futures


Market Manipulations Become More Extreme, More Desperate

  Source: http://www.paulcraigroberts.org By Dr. Paul Craig Roberts and Dave Kranzler   Market Manipulations Become More Extreme, More Desperate   In two recent articles we explained the hows and whys of gold price manipulation. The manipulations are becoming more and more blatant. On February 6 the prices of gold and stock market futures were simultaneously […]

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LBMA GOLD FLIGHT, 580 GOLD TONS PURCHASED, SILVER & MORE

Source: http://wchildblog.com LBMA GOLD FLIGHT, 580 GOLD TONS PURCHASED, SILVER & MORE from KingWorldNews: “However, by manipulating the gold price lower through the foreign exchange interventions, they’ve succeeded in forcing 600 tons of ETF redemptions, COMEX capitulation, and drawn in an unprecedented level of fresh managed money short supply. This has now successfully allowed the […]


Confirmed U.S. banks will go Cyprus. Paper prices separating from physical.

Source: http://sherriequestioningall.blogspot.com By Sherrie Questioning All My interview of David Morgan Silver-Investor – Confirmed U.S. banks will go Cyprus. Paper prices separating from physical. Get metals while you can!  David Morgan, Silver-Investor.com  spoke to me this morning about the Federal Reserve Governor Jeremy Stein, coming right out and saying the U.S. will do as Cyprus if […]


G Edward Griffin: A New Currency is Coming Soon; and The US Dollar is a Big Scam

Part 2 G Edward Griffin, author of “The Creature From Jekyll Island,” is our guest this week on http://www.FinancialSurvivalRadio.com to talk about the corrupt origins of the Federal Reserve, why the US Dollar is just “one big scam,” and the 3 things you can do right now to prepare for the coming hyperinflation and US […]


The End Of The Affair

Source: http://www.tnr.com By Timothy Noah Jon Corzine’s testimony before the House agriculture committee may mark the definitive end to the Democratic party’s love affair with Wall Street. Once upon a time, Wall Street bankers were Republicans. Not terribly ideological, they preferred whenever possible a minimum of taxation, regulation, and government in general, but they didn’t […]