A2A with Bill Murphy of GATA
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What a great day for an A2A with Bill Murphy. Is the bear market over? Are the bottoms in? Do The Manipulators have their collective backs to the wall? For these answers and more, come on in and have a listen!
Over the course of this 30-minute discussion, Bill addresses:
- Today's turnaround in gold and silver after the QE announcements from the ECB.
- Is this 2016 "the real thing" and the start of a new bull market in the metals?
- Is there any limit to the seemingly infinite amount of paper metal in the world?
- The huge additions to the major gold ETFs so far in 2016
And much, much more!
Thanks again to Bill for a rollicking good time on this call. And please be sure to support GATA. They are an indispensable ally in this fight against The Bullion Bank Cartel. You can financially assist their efforts by clicking here: http://www.gata.org/node/16
Bill Murphy grew up in Glen Ridge, N.J., and graduated from the School of Hotel Administration at Cornell University in 1968. In his senior year he broke all the Ivy League single-year pass-receiving records. He then became a starting wide receiver for the Boston Patriots of the American Football League. He went on to work for various Wall Street brokerage firms and specialized in commodity futures. He began as a Merrill Lynch trainee and went on to Shearson Hayden Stone and Drexel Burnham. From there he became affiliated with introducing brokers and eventually started his own brokerage on 5th Avenue in New York. He now operates an Internet site for financial commentary, www.lemetropolecafe.com.
Bill is also the Chairman of the Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee (GATA). The Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee was organized in the fall of 1998 to expose, oppose, and litigate against collusion to control the price and supply of gold and related financial instruments. The committee arose from Bill's efforts and by those of Chris Powell, a newspaper editor in Connecticut. You can find more information by visiting www.gata.org