Andrew Maguire on Max Keiser

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Tue, Sep 24, 2013 - 11:16am

Our friend and ally, Andrew Maguire, appeared on The Keiser Report today and provided additional details regarding the two JPMorgan whistleblowers who came forward to the CFTC last year.

All I have to add is this:

As far as I can tell, everything that Andy mentions here is 100% accurate and true. How do I know? Because I was fortunate enough to be an intermediary, helping to connect Andy with the first whistleblower who came forward last spring. I want to make it absolutely clear, though, that I was not privy to any of the actual documentation nor have I had any discussions with this individual or Andy regarding what happened next. However, as he stated in a recent interview on King World News, Andy immediately directed this particular individual to a law firm in Washington, D.C. that specializes in Dodd-Frank "whistleblower" cases so that the information could be legally submitted directly to the CFTC.

The only question that remains is whether or not your public servants at the CFTC will ever do the right thing and act against JPM to end the manipulation. Though it's likely that, being firmly entrenched in the back pocket of the TBTF banks, the CFTC will only choose to ignore, delay and obfuscate, we can always hope that one day their collective consciences might get the best of them. Regardless, in the end it won't matter as the sheer weight of the supply/demand distortion will collapse the entire manipulation scheme eventually. In the meantime, just continue to add to your physical stack of metal, taking advantage of the discounted prices brought about by this deliberate bullion bank price manipulation scheme.

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Sep 24, 2013 - 11:24am

I know it seems futile...

But, if there was ever a time to email or call the CFTC...THAT TIME IS NOW.

Ask Commissioner Chilton and Chairman Gensler WHY they are ignoring this whistleblower information and WHY the agency has failed to act. Additionally, ask them if their inaction makes them complicit in the manipulation AND whether they feel they should be held personally liable for losses incurred by metals investors over the past 2.5 years. (Please remain civil. If you do, they might actually read your email.)

Chairman Gensler: ggensler[at]cftc[dot]gov (202) 418-5050

Commissioner Chilton: bchilton[at]cftc[dot]gov (202) 418-5060

Commissioner O'Malia: somalia[at]cftc[dot]gov (202) 418-5870

Commissioner Wetjen: mwetjen[at]cftc[dot]gov (202) 418-5010

Director of Enforcement: David Meister (Mister Meister) dmeister[at]cftc[dot]gov (202) 418-5000

Sep 24, 2013 - 11:29am

Additionally...

If anyone reading this has the contact info for an honest, "mainstream" investigative reporter, please email me at tfmetalsreport at gmail dot com.

I've tried ZeroHedge and I've tried to track down Matt Taiibi, all to no avail. If you know of anyone not afraid to take this story into the mainstream, please let me know.

Marcus
Sep 24, 2013 - 11:35am

1st

Finally, the pig is 1st!

Rainforest
Sep 24, 2013 - 11:40am
SilverSurfers
Sep 24, 2013 - 11:41am

DOS EXES

XX for a top tenner!! Go AM on Keiser, have a dos exes on me!!!

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dgstage
Sep 24, 2013 - 11:42am

Jim Marrs

I wish we could get Jim Marrs on the band wagon.

Strongsidejedi
Sep 24, 2013 - 11:49am

Thanks for the work!

The bureaucrats at SEC and CFTC are PAID to do investigation.

Since they are paid to investigate, is there some location where the bureaucrats publish their work?

Just wanting to VERIFY that they actually do work...

Sep 24, 2013 - 11:50am
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Sep 24, 2013 - 11:55am

Interesting take on gold's price direction and why

Sept. 24, 2013 8:41 a.m. EDT

Gold in Recovery?

By Mike Paulenoff

Spot gold appears to be in the infancy of a strong, intermediate-term recovery up-leg.

A look at the weekly chart shows a major correction within the 1999-2011 bull market transpired between the September 2011 high at $1921.50 and the June 2013 low at $1180.04. Honing in on the four-hour chart, we see the June-August rally from $1180.04 to $1434.05 represents the first completed up-move of a larger and still-developing intermediate-term recovery-rally period.

The decline from the August high to the Sept. 17 low at $1292.51 ended an intervening pullback ahead of the initiation of the second phase of the intermediate-term recovery period.

All of the action since Sept. 17 represents the preparation — the bottoming work — required prior to upside acceleration that should hurdle the post-"No Taper" high (Sept. 19) at $1375.37 on the way to a test of the August high at $1434.05, and beyond that to $1500-1530 thereafter.

With the foregoing in mind, provided my perceptions of the technical setup are reasonably accurate, my sense is that last week's "No Taper" decision by the FOMC is intended to reduce pressure on mortgage rates and to stimulate an inflationary market response — not only from equities, but more importantly, from gold in an attempt by the Fed to reorient inflationary expectations higher (like Abe is attempting in Japan).

Right now, my technical work on gold and the U.S. dollar (versus non-yen currencies), which continues to weaken since the FOMC decision, dovetails with what I think is the Fed's goal to create a shift toward inflationary perceptions.

A climb in gold to $1500 in the days and weeks ahead certainly will go a long way to initiating the move toward that goal. At this juncture, only a decline that breaks bothlast Sunday evening's low at $1313.76 and the Sept. 17 low at $1292.51 will invalidate my current outlook.

See charts illustrating the technical patterns of spot gold.

Marketwatch.com

pforth
Sep 24, 2013 - 12:01pm

Any chance that...

Any chance that Andy is going to publish the documents from the whistleblowers that he submitted to the CFTC to the public? We don't NEED a reporter to spread this! If we put the documents out there it will spread on it's own. Even if it's only zerohedge, max k and alex jones to start, that's still millions of people.

Right now Andy's only one more car crash away from never getting the word out there!

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