No Rest For Turd

Wed, Dec 7, 2011 - 10:16pm

It's been a long day and a long week. I did not intend to add more content tonight...that is until I took a few minutes to read Harvey. There, I found two very important items that I knew couldn't wait till morning.

First, read this:

One of the things we failed to notice prior to the unexpected beatdown in gold in September was that lease rates had moved significantly into negative territory prior to the attack. One of the articles we referenced back then was this one, linked below:

Anyway, here's the point. At -0.5%, lease rates are again near the level they were when gold was savagely attacked last September. One could say that the current, European dollar funding shortage is to blame. Maybe it is and maybe this is just a temporary phenomenon that will not impact the short-term price of gold. However, maybe its a precursor of another big selloff. The banks on the other end of the lease can use the borrowed gold to flood the market with sell orders. I took a bit of grief for not accurately predicting and warning of the September massacre. If gold crashes again over the next few days, don't say you weren't warned this time.

Next, a great piece from Egon von Greyerz of Matterhorn Asset Management. Like most of us, I was first exposed to Egon through ZH. Clearly, the guy gets it. Please take time to read this in its entirety.


by Egon von Greyerz – December 2011
With most of the world’s major economies as well as the financial system bankrupt, there is only one solution that can save the world economy. Like in the Greek tragedies, Deus ex Machina is now the only way that the world can avoid a total economic collapse. This would involve God being lowered down onto the world stage and miraculously saving the plot.

For those few who believe in this, may God bless them. But since this is a very unlikely solution most people will instead rely on governments and central banks to save us. But how can anyone possibly believe that totally incompetent and clueless politicians and central bankers could solve anything. They created the problem in the first place and are therefore totally unsuitable to play the role of Deus. The main objective of governments is to stay in power and thus to buy votes. Therefore they are incapable of taking the right decisions. And the opposition, aspiring to power is even less suitable since they will lie through their teeth and promise the earth in order to be elected. (We know that there are exceptions like Ron Paul, but the voters will most probably find his medicine too strong to swallow.)
What about central bankers, can’t they save us? Unfortunately any sensible person who becomes a central banker loses all his senses and becomes a prisoner of the political system.


So if there is no Deus ex Machina and if governments or bankers can’t rescue the world, who can and what is the solution. Let us return to the wise von Mises to look at the options available now:
Ludwig von Mises
Mises is absolutely correct: “There is no means of avoiding a final collapse of a boom brought about by credit expansion”. Whatever politicians, bankers, economists or others experts say, there is no solution to this crisis.We have reached the end of the road and are now staring into the abyss.
The credit manufacturing system that started in 1913 when the Fed was founded, began its terminal phase in 1971 when Nixon abolished gold backing of the dollar. It has been clear to us for at least 20 years that the outcome was inevitable. It was never a question of “if” but only “when” it would happen. It is now clear to us that the false prosperity that the world has experienced by printing unlimited amounts of money will very soon come to an end. Thus the “if” and “when” conditions are now satisfied so the remaining question is HOW?
To try to answer this let’s return to Mises: “The alternative is only whether the crisis should come sooner as a result of voluntary abandonment of further credit expansion ….”
To stop the money printing and credit creation would be the only sensible way of ending the failed quasi-capitalist, socialist experiment which is in the process of destroying the structure of the Western world. For almost 100 years we have lived on a system based on debt. This has created a false prosperity as well as false values. The transfer of capital from private enterprise to government by massive taxation is approaching 50% in many countries (see table). The average for 18 industrialised countries is almost 40%. This means that on average 40% of the productive economy is transferred to a non-producing entity (government) which wastes most of the money in the process of redistribution. But not only that, since the state has taken over up to 50% of the economy in these countries, the desire to work, to strive, to take risk and to invent has been taken away from a major part of the population.
For a great many people it is now totally natural to rely on the state for their needs rather than on themselves. And the state needs to borrow/print ever increasing amounts to perpetuate this economy based on an illusion. This situation is totally untenable. Since any additional money printing will only exacerbate the crisis and make the final collapse so much greater, the swiftest solution would be let the financial system implode now. We need to reset the world to a level which is sustainable. The consequences of this implosion would be a collapse of the financial system and a reset of debt to zero. Although this is unthinkable to any government or politician, it would be by far the quickest way to get the world back on its feet with no major debts, minimal government interference, and no central bank that can print money. It would be like a forest fire getting rid of all the dead wood. Out of that would rise masses of green shoots in the form of strong unchequered growth. The transition will of course be traumatic and the current generation will experience enormous hardship. But not voluntarily abandoning the money printing now will just delay the inevitable and the consequences will be dramatically greater and affect many future generations.
Anyone who has followed my articles will know my view that governments worldwide are totally incapable of stopping the money printing. This is their only means of staying in power and buying votes. But not only that,this is the only method they know. This has been their patent solution to all economic problems in the last decades. Not that this is new in history. Most empires have resorted to diluting the value of money by reducing the gold/silver content of coins or printing paper money. But as far as I know it has never before been done by so many countries simultaneously to such an extent.
Since there won’t be any voluntary abandonment of credit creation what will the likely outcome be? Again let’s use Mises words: “…… a final or total catastrophe of the currency system involved”. The problem this time is that we are not talking about one currency or one country. No, we are talking about most of the world’s major currencies. We have been used to measuring currencies and economies on a relative basis i.e. against each other. But this is a total fallacy since all major currencies have been in a race to the bottom for the last 100 years. Most currencies have lost between 97% and 99% against real money –GOLD – since 1913. And since 1999, most currencies have lost 80% or more against gold. So paper money has been a very poor measure of wealth in the last 100 years. Governments are creating credit and paper money and consequently through their fraudulent actions “stealing” from the people whilst at the same time increasing the people’s dependence on the state. And the people does not understand that the value of paper money is declining continuously. But gold reveals the deceitful destruction of paper money. This is why governments do not like gold and try to suppress the gold price.

Endless Money Printing – QE

And how will the currency system collapse? The answer to this question is very simple – through endless money printing. There will be no lasting austerity programmes in any country that can print money. Governments are incapable of sticking to austerity measures since in the end that is a guaranteed way of losing power. As power is the main purpose of all governments, they will use any method to retain it. Within the Eurozone, individual countries can of course not print money but the ECB and the IMF will take care of that. So whilst world leaders are procrastinating and bickering in G8, G20 and all other “summit” meetings, it is absolutely guaranteed that the final outcome will be one QE package after the next. Governments and central banks know that without limitless money printing there would be a deflationary collapse of the banking system and world economy.
The table below shows the financing requirements of the PIGS countries in the next few years. Just Italy and Spain will require €1 trillion in the next 4 years and of that 1/2 trillion Euros in 2012. Only printed money will take care of that.
For many years it has been absolutely crystal clear to some of us (sadly a very small minority) that many major sovereign nations are bankrupt as well as the world financial system. Banks are only surviving because they, with the blessing of governments, are allowed to value trillions of dollars of toxic and worthless assets at full value. And on top of that there are more than $1 quadrillion outstanding in derivatives. These are outside the banks’ balance sheets and there are virtually no reserves against them. The banks are netting the value down to virtually nothing and then applying a miniscule reserve against this net amount. First of all, the netting is only valid when the counterparty pays. When there is a counterparty failure, which is very likely in the coming financial collapse, gross remains gross and the $1 quadrillion remains $1 quadrillion. Secondly, a major part of the derivatives are worthless or not protecting the investors as we have seen with for example Freddie Mac, Fannie Mae, Lehmans and lately MF Global. MF Global had bought CDs to hedge their investment in Greek debt. But they hadn’t understood what they had bought and it turned out it offered no protection at all.


The “final or total catastrophe of the currency system” will occur as a result of the QE or unlimited money printing that will very soon start in the EU, USA, UK, Japan and many more countries. And this currency destruction will lead to hyperinflation as I have stated for many years. Throughout history, substantial government deficits leading to money creation or printing have always been the cause of hyperinflation. Because hyperinflation is always the result of a collapsing currency and not of excess demand.
To any thinking individual, it is totally incomprehensible that governments and central banks believe that an insolvent world can be saved by debt issued by bankrupt nations and then bought by the issuers themselves as there is no other buyer. This is the perfect recipe for self-destruction and “total catastrophe of the system.”

IMF, EU and other failed monstrosities

Time and time again, the world creates massive costly, bureaucratic and unaccountable structures that have idealistic and totally unrealistic objectives.
Take the IMF for example. This is what their mission statement states: “The International Monetary Fund (IMF) is an organization of 187 countries, working to foster global monetary cooperation, secure financial stability, facilitate international trade, promote high employment and sustainable economic growth, and reduce poverty around the world.”
If financial stability, high employment, sustainable economic growth and reducing poverty are the objectives of the IMF, then they have failed on every single point. So here we have an organisation that receives/borrows money from mainly bankrupt states and then lends the money to countries that cannot or will not ever repay the funds. And in order to carry out this totally futile task, the IMF takes a major cut in between to finance its costly and failed operation. The world does not need monstrous and costly structures that totally fail in their mission. Thus, the IMF should be closed.
Turning to the EU, they state on their website: “The main objectives of the Union are now to promote peace, the Union’s values and the well-being of its peoples”. There are other stated objectives such as: “sustainable development, based on balanced economic growth and price stability, a highly competitive social market economy, aiming at full employment and social progress, and a high level of protection and improvement of the quality of the environment.”
The EU or the EEC as it was first called was created in the late 1950s. This was a prosperous period in the world economy based on real growth (not debt). As often is the case, politicians with illusions of grandeur create superstructures which only function in good times. The EU’s main objective of creating peace and well-being of the people is now being severely tested. If we for example asked Spanish youth (50% unemployed) about their well-being or Greek people or the Portuguese etc, we would get a tirade of abuse and complaints about the EU. Instead of “creating peace”, we are seeing major tension within the EU that could lead to serious conflicts. And as to “balanced economic growth and full employment”, this has all come to an end. The false prosperity, mainly based on debt, has also come to an end and the EU can only survive intact with the aid of endless money printing. But even that would only be a temporary reprieve. The EU is a failed experiment which is extremely costly and inefficient. The economic ruin of Ireland, Greece, Spain, Portugal, Italy, France etc would not have happened to the same extent without the EU. Like all artificial fiat currencies, the Euro was doomed to fail. Without the Euro, countries like for example Ireland, Spain or Greece would have recovered much faster.

Final or total catastrophe

So we are heading to the final stage or as Mises says a “final or total catastrophe of the currency system involved”. I don’t think that even Mises envisaged at the time that this could involve a major part of the world rather than just one country. This is why this catastrophe will be unprecedented in world history and have consequences that will affect the world economically, socially and geopolitically for a very long time.

Wealth Preservation – Gold

Since 2002 we have advised investors to put up to 50% of their assets into physical gold, stored outside the banking system. Gold has appreciated between 15% and 20% per annum since 2002 depending on the base currency. And most stock markets have declined 70-85% against gold in the last ten years. In spite of this most major investor groups (institutional, funds, asset managers or individuals) own no gold. Gold is money and reflects the total destruction of paper money. But most investors do not understand gold. Common arguments I hear is that “you can’t eat gold” or that “gold pays no return.” It seems that these investors prefer to eat paper money. And as to the argument that there is no yield on gold, who needs yield on an asset that has massively outperformed all major asset classes in the last 11 years. And if we look at 2011, gold has greatly outperformed stock markets in most major countries. Whilst stock markets are down between 1% and 24% in 2011, gold is up more than 20% against all major currencies. So in real terms (gold) all stock markets are doing very badly but still investors persist in riding these falling trends.
Stock markets will benefit temporarily from QE but it is still our view that they will fall another 90% against gold in the next few years.
The correction in the precious metals is now likely to be over and we should see the metals going to new highs in 2012. I had the pleasure of becoming acquainted with Alf Field at the recent Gold Symposium in Sydney where we were both speakers together with Eric Sprott, John Embry and Ben Davies amongst others. Alf is one of the few in the world, if not the only one, who knows how to apply the Elliott Wave principle successfully to gold. Alf’s next intermediate target is at least $4,500 and the ascent to this target could be rapid. That would probably mean a silver price of $150. These technical forecasts certainly confirm the fundamentals as outlined in this article.
The world is in a total mess and there is absolutely no solution to this unprecedented crisis. The hyperinflationary depression that we will experience in the next few years will totally destroy the majority of the credit based wealth that has been created in the last few decades.
In order to preserve wealth and keep capital intact, it is critical to keep a major part of investment assets in precious metals held outside the banking system. But for investors who continue to follow conventional wisdom, they will sadly find that their investment strategy was merely conventional and contained no wisdom.
Matterhorn Asset Management - Switzerland
Hang in there. Stay alert. Be prepared. Anything is possible. TF

p.s. I received this "NewsAlert" from the criminal CME this evening:

News Release Issued: December 7, 2011 6:15 PM EST

CME Group Inc. Declares Quarterly Dividend

CHICAGO, Dec. 7, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- CME Group, the world's leading and most diverse derivatives marketplace, today declared a fourth-quarter dividend of $1.40 per share, payable December 29, 2011, to shareholders of record December 19, 2011.

A simple check of Yahoo Finance shows that the current number of CME shares outstanding is 66,390,000. Therefore, at $1.40/share, the CME has just declared a $93,000,000 dividend to its shareholders. However, still nothing, zilch, nada for the customers of MFing Global that the CME had vowed to protect. Bastards.

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Dec 8, 2011 - 10:16am

taking orders

We are still taking orders for these BTFD t-shirts.

If you mention this site when you place your order I'll donate 5 bucks a shirt to the Turd.

These are printed and shipped from the UK so we can't guarantee pre-Christmas postage to North America but we will do our best to get them shipped asap.

UK deliveries have probably got another week to order in time for Christmas.

Thanks to all who have placed orders already - We shipped the first lot this morning.

Buy them here.

Dec 8, 2011 - 10:34am

Thank you JPM

My heartfelt gratitude to those $#@&^%*s over at JPM for keeping precious metals affordable the past months. My meager pile has benefited and one day we will all laugh about it!

York Rite
Dec 8, 2011 - 10:40am

Yes, thank you JPM

When I benefit from outright criminality, I'll happily suspend my sense of morality for the duration.

Dec 8, 2011 - 10:55am


Hardest thing in the world is to buy when everyone else is selling.

Here is your chance.

By NOW- 12/8/2011- 1054 EST

Dec 8, 2011 - 10:57am


Dang! Can't get anything right lately.

Dec 8, 2011 - 11:06am

Apmex has 2011 SAE on sale ..

Apmex has 2011 SAE on sale .. 34.16 now. Each.. Any quantity

Daedalus Mugged Strongsidejedi
Dec 8, 2011 - 11:22am

Re: Can someone please explain the "rehypothecation" vs "theft"?

If the connected elite do it, it is re-hypothecation and it is perfectly legal and acceptable. If anyone not in the elite does it, even on a much smaller scale, it is illegal, and very harshly punished.

Sure there was a loop hole that left the MF Global customers high and dry. But next time SIPC will be there, they will not find another loophole. And FDIC will always be there, even if they put derivative losses in front of customer accounts. Don't worry, just keep your money in their system.

Don't worry, your customer accounts are segregated, kept separate and safe away from the firm's money. So customer accounts are segregated, and then moved off shore, commingled (ie not segregated), levered up 40 to 1 and bet on either Greece or Red 6. And if they lose even a little, you lose it all.

As Otter said to Flounder, "You effed up. You trusted us."

Dec 8, 2011 - 11:23am

Hey - my charts self-corrected

On the first page - now they look positively dreadful. I just clipped them in - had no idea the would stay live.

Dec 8, 2011 - 11:31am


This morning's crash has its benefits. Picked up ASE's via APMEX (currently the cheapest according to at $33.96 each. Been awhile since I've been able to get them so low.

Dec 8, 2011 - 11:44am

Willie Interview

posted this in the speak easy as well-

We had a COMEX system failure in November. COMEX was ready to default on gold and silver in November. Rather than honor delivery demands in gold and silver- JP Morgan simply stole the money in the accounts that were going to stand for delivery. They had their pockets picked while they were standing in line at the delivery window. Notices of delivery were replaced at stolen accounts! JP Morgan averted both a COMEX default and a European sovereign debt implosion, and notice that JP Morgan increased the amount of silver in their registered vaults by precisely the amount that was supposed to be delivered! This is just another financial 9/11, and THERE WILL BE MORE. If JP Morgan can steal 140,000 futures accounts, what's to stop 250,000 MUTUAL FUND ACCOUNTS FROM BEING STOLEN!?! The Fed was staring at 20 Lehmans in Europe!! 20 Lehmans almost happened, and the fed rushed in, lowered interest banks. If there is another big implosion and there is another string of contagion and big banks are dead in the morning, don't expect there to be any money in the accounts in the morning.
Pension funds, mutual funds- they're all at risk , and people I talk to HAVE NO CLUE. Put your money in GOLD AND SILVER!

Dec 8, 2011 - 11:45am

Happy Days? Not.

I cannot believe this crap. Every bank and government on the planet is bankrupt and gold goes DOWN $36.70?! Corzine should be hung by his balls. Those who protest are pepper sprayed and beaten and arrested by the goons in uniforms, and the news is out that "the camps" are being activated in preparation for their occupiers. This is fucking beyond Orwellian. The shit is no longer around the corner; it is here now, today. And all this happens after the posse comitatus has been effectively scrapped, indefinite military detention has been codified, and the laws giving the "PTB" the right to organize prisoners into work camps are already on the books? What the fuck is happening here??

Dec 8, 2011 - 11:46am

Laughing at Zimbabwe

Humans do the damndest things but this may prove to be the ultimate stupid act of mankind. When the economy of Zimbabwe collapsed under the load of hyper-inflation, many Americans and Euro's (actually, most) laughed their collective dumb asses off. Many of the biggest fools are still laughing.....when there is nothing left to laugh about whatsoever. We have passed the point of no return at the "fiat factory" (and I am not talking about cars) and now we are faced with two and only two roads to follow. Both roads are dirt and full of potholes. The first is to stop printing money. NOW. And then prepare for the severe financial pain that will certainly follow. The second is to continue to print, full speed ahead, and prepare for a massive financial collapse and/or Armageddon. History tells us that man fights wars over two and only two things : power and money. Our present situation involves both of these to the max. If this doesn't scare the hell out of you, you are blind, deaf and dumb. No need for you to worry about anything except stepping in front of the bus that will eventually end your devout stupidity once and for all. For those of us that are scared and see nothing but bad news ahead, the sad news is that you are almost certainly correct. There is almost nothing you can do about it except attempt to save yourself and you family. I say "attempt" because even that is far from being a sure thing. Over half of US voters voted for a Marxist that promised a "redistribution of the wealth" and "change". Well, he made good on that but the change was for the worst and the "redistribution" was out of our pockets and into the government's. Our "poor" have increased as a percentage of our population because both the Bush and O'bozo regimes have imported poor people. Bush for cheap labor and O'bozo for votes. Either both were unaware of the obvious consequences or simply didn't give a rodent's rectum about what havoc their inane actions would cause. Tragically, we now have a new class of "all is well" intellectually disenfranchised anal orifices that have taken denial to an all new level. These are the people that have labeled anything and everything that they find "unpleasant" or a possible threat to their personal dogma as "a nutcase conspiracy theory". Granted, we have no shortage of loons but today, calling a duck a duck can get you added to the growing list of "conspiracy lunatics". Most of the finger pointers are themselves either idiots or liars or both. Ron Paul has been saying the truth about our twisted reality and catching hell for it since the turn of the century. As a result, he has been labeled as everything from a nut case to a Nazi to a conspiracy cook.....all of which are blatant lies told by lifelong bold faced liars. Jon Corzine, on the other hand, has been involved in one probable conspiracy after another and is leading the race for this year's cronyism poster child. He says he knows nothing about where the money went while he was CEO of M Fing Global. Jon Corzine is no blameless "useful idiot" but those that think he is are card carrying morons at best. Tragically, these same aforementioned morons are also voters. As for the rest of us, we are what the French might call "le screwed".

Dec 8, 2011 - 11:48am

Fucking assholes. Silver and

Fucking assholes. Silver and gold start to rally. We strongly break through $33 and they drop it down under $32 in no time.

Dec 8, 2011 - 11:56am

Not Familiar With this Case

But let me guess that if the settlement is $148,243,013 and those are usually 7-10% (A bribe) of the original money. Then the amount of the offense should be 1.2-1.6 billion? (Some cynic here should chart the amount of fines/settlements actual over the last 20 years. Heck make it 30 years as the S/L bailout should be a part of it. Heh, start charting the profitability of their crimes.)

Dec 8, 2011 - 12:08pm

Re-hypothecation... Temptatio


Dec 8, 2011 - 12:13pm
York Rite
Dec 8, 2011 - 12:15pm

@ Scarlet - beguiled into buying by Tuesday's beautiful angles?

$2000 Is Coming Into View

December 6, 2011, at 3:31 pm
by Jim Sinclair

My Dear Extended Family,

Gold surprised the growing army of bears today. Soon it is going to resolve this symmetrical formation (the angles are beautiful) and when it does it is going to be wild.

I buy the dips because I am certain that $2000 is coming into view. Regardless, hold your Gold insurance close to your chest and not at Fast Eddie’s Clearing House.

Regards, Jim.

Dec 8, 2011 - 12:15pm

@Fucking assholes. Silver and

Well said...and well written. I couldn't have said it better

Dec 8, 2011 - 12:21pm

100 ounce bar

Just nabbed a engelhard 100 ouncer at 33.05 from my local. Thank you evil bankers for the gift and all hail the Turdites! Now I hope we rally through the day. ;)

Dr Durden
Dec 8, 2011 - 12:22pm


Is the 38.2% fib retracement from the $44 to $26 move. It's hit it a number of times finally getting over it in late Oct only to see the failed move to the 50% at $35 and change. It's just a market that's working it's self out here, no "raids." Give it a month or so for the lower support trend line to run into the overhead and really wedge up. Of course, they could kick the shit out of it all the way down and then it's $27, $24, $21, $18....$0. In that case your POSX is nearing 85.

If you're not patient, silver is not for you.

cpnscarlet Dr Durden
Dec 8, 2011 - 12:26pm

@Dr Durden - I always wonder

@Dr Durden - I always wonder - How much time defines "patient"? I'm not a patient person, but four years in the silver game doesn't seem that long. However, it feels like decades. I've been in Au since 1988 and the gains are comfy. Silver has just been a real B - lythe that last 6 months.

Dec 8, 2011 - 12:30pm


I am sorry I followed that link - my eyes hurt.

Dec 8, 2011 - 12:33pm
Dec 8, 2011 - 12:34pm


Can I buy one without the belly?:-)

Dec 8, 2011 - 12:37pm

JP Morgan crashed M Effer

You may want to check out SilverDocs newest. Pretty interesting.


Jim Willie: JP Morgan Crashed MF Global to Avert COMEX Failure, European Derivatives Implosion

MUST READ/LISTEN interview- Jim Willie IS BURNING!
We had a COMEX system failure in November. COMEX was ready to default on gold and silver in November. Rather than honor delivery demands in gold and silver- JP Morgan simply stole the money in the accounts that were going to stand for delivery. They had their pockets picked while they were standing in line at the delivery window. Notices of delivery were replaced at stolen accounts!
JP Morgan averted both a COMEX default and a European sovereign debt implosion, and notice that JP Morgan increased the amount of silver in their registered vaults by precisely the amount that was supposed to be delivered!
Dec 8, 2011 - 12:40pm

trader dan

Up and Down we Go - where we stop nobody knows

Yesterday gold was anticipating a stronger policy response coming out of the upcoming meeting in Brussels dealing with the sovereign debt crisis in the Eurozone. That brought buying back into a host of markets as well with equities rallying and the risk trades back on in full force. Today? Well, that was yesterday.

Once current ECB President Draghi basically squashed the idea of large bond purchases by the ECB, the market promptly threw away everything it put on yesterday totally reversing the risk trades as disappointment that the liquidity punch bowl was not going to be spiked as strongly as most were expecting took hold.

This madness will continue as long as uncertainty remains with traders seizing on every single bit of news to cram gobs of money into the markets or yank those same gobs back out again.

At some point it will resolve itself one way or the other but until it does, up and down is the order of the day. Perhaps something will come out of that meeting in Brussels tomorrow but who knows at this point.

As it now stands, gold remains mired in its coiling pattern. Notice how the downtrending upper resistance line is holding rallies in check.

Posted by Trader Dan at 9:32 AM 0 comments
Dec 8, 2011 - 12:43pm
Dec 8, 2011 - 12:45pm

Just pulled everything from TD Ameritrade

cashed out. not gonna wait and see what happens

Dec 8, 2011 - 12:47pm

For CFTC Comissioner Jill Sommers


Dec 8, 2011 - 12:48pm


MNI Reports Coordinated Central Bank Intervention Sends Gold Lower


Submitted by Tyler Durden on 12/08/2011 - 12:35Bank of England BOE Federal Reserve Testimony

It is one thing for conspiracy websites to indicate that the Fed or the global central bank cartel are doing everything in their power to manipulate the price of gold lower. It is something different when the 'reputable', Deutsche Boerse owned Market News does just that.


So much for all those sworn testimony claims that the central bankers do not manipulate the price of gold.

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