CFTC Confirms Its Complicity

Wed, Sep 25, 2013 - 12:37pm

In what can't be termed a surprise, Reuters reports today that the CFTC is prepared to close it's silver investigation.

In the end, why should this surprise anyone? They've covered up the manipulation for five years. If they were to act now, they would be opening themselves to liability based upon their inaction. All they can do now is cover up and hope that the entire issue slips away into irrelevance.

The institutions of government are hopelessly corrupt. I believe fear know now that we are too far down the path of tyranny and corporate fascism to ever be rescued.


From Reuters:

The U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission on Wednesday said it has closed its long-running investigation into complaints about manipulation in the silver markets, and is not recommending charges.
The CFTC publicly confirmed the probe in September 2008. At the time, the agency had received complaints about whether the silver futures contracts traded on the Commodity Exchange Inc (COMEX) were being manipulated.
"Based upon the law and evidence as they exist at this time, there is not a viable basis to bring an enforcement action with respect to any firm or its employees related to our investigation of silver markets," the CFTC said in a statement.

The full CFTC statement is here:

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Sep 25, 2013 - 10:07pm

Harvey's Up!

GoldCore: The Federal Reserve is “concerned about suspiciously heavy trading of gold futures” after its meeting last week, that may have been triggered by a premature release of market sensitive information according to Associated Press. Reuters: Turkey's central bank raised its gold holdings by 23.344 tonnes in August to 487.351 tonnes, preliminary data from the International Monetary Fund showed on Wednesday. Canada reduced its holdings by 0.03 tonnes, according to the IMF's website. In July, Turkey lifted its gold holdings by 22.5 tonnes, the biggest increase among the 15 central banks that raised their gold reserves. Gold holdings by central banks are keenly watched since, as a group, they became net buyers in 2010 after two decades as net sellers. Bloomberg: YLG Bullion International Co., Thailand’s biggest domestic gold importer, expects to more than double purchases this year after the bear market in prices spurred a surge in demand for physical metal. The company may import as much as 200 metric tons in 2013, from 92 tons last year. Jeff Clark: Since January 1, gold ETF holdings have fallen by roughly a quarter (26%, according to GFMS). But Chinese housewives aren't refraining from buying and certainly aren’t selling. China has absorbed roughly twice what most North American ETF holders have sold. What's even more astonishing: year-to-date deliveries on the SGE are close to global mine production. In the first six months, delivery reached 35.3 million ounces (1,098 tonnes), just 20% less than what all gold companies mined last year. It's not just the Chinese, of course. India, for now, is still the largest gold market. China and India accounted for almost 60% of the global gold jewelry sector last quarter, and roughly half of total bar and coin demand. Further, both countries saw almost 50% more consumer demand in the first half of the year compared to the same period in 2012. Physical demand also soared in Thailand, Indonesia, and Vietnam last quarter, with increases ranging from 20% to 40% being reported. Add it all up and the Asian/emerging countries comprise the lion's share of consumer demand for gold, about 70%. James Rickards: Rickards indicated that the U.S. Fed is manipulating every market in the world in an attempt to abort the country’s first depression since the 1930′s. As a consequence, he notes that emerging countries are abandoning paper currencies in favor of physical gold, in anticipation of a collapse in the international monetary system. veryone is using cyclical models…expecting some kind of robust recovery…they’ve been wrong every single time, [and] the reason is that we’re not in a cyclical recovery…We’re in a depression. We are in a depression for the first time since the 1930s…[So] if you’re curious and you want to know what a depression feels like, it feels like this because we’re in one.” Bill Holter (Miles Franklin): Well, after five years of investigation…the CFTC found nothing “actionable” in the silver market. My first thought is that now, apparently the Pope isn’t Catholic and no, bears don’t “sit” in the woods? Nothing actionable huh? Really? Oh I get it; there was nothing “actionable” because if that was their finding there would be no action in any market anywhere by this coming Monday. Alasdair Macleod: Recent reports indicate the economy is recovering, but what we are seeing is expanding nominal GDP, which is not the same thing, but this is inflation. As prices start to rise so too do costs for their employers, many of which will be squeezed out of business. How can interest rates possibly be permitted to rise in the face of these dangers? Central banks have drawn their line in the sand over interest rates and they will eventually be forced to reconsider their position. They are almost certain to be too slow in raising interest rates and so the markets will continually expect higher bond yields and higher interest rates to come. Aggressively raising interest rates to stabilise the purchasing power of the currency is not an option: it will simply break the banking system lumbered with its share of the $150 trillion invested in bonds. Markets are blithely assuming that central banks are in control of events. Currency inflation is in the process of becoming apparent to all. Unless this policy is somehow reversed we risk a global rerun of the collapse of the German mark in 1923. All this and more on... The Harvey Report! DayStar

Sep 25, 2013 - 9:52pm

as Kcap posted...

But I'm posting again with a little more from the write-up so people see what it says a little more this from Chris Powell of GATA. I don't know about everyone else, but what he says here is the first time I've heard of this. Wow!!!


Eric King: “Chris, we have had this announcement today from the CFTC that they have dropped their investigation of silver manipulation.”

Powell: “A lot of the complaints which have been made about market manipulation over the years have been directed at JP Morgan. In recent years, JP Morgan has said they are innocent of manipulating the metals markets -- that they don’t trade in the metals markets in their own account, they do it just for clients.

I am inclined to take them at their word, insofar as those ‘clients’ are likely to be the US government. The US government very likely trades in the metals markets every single day, either through agents or through the Bank for International Settlements. Remember, the BIS is a gold bank whose only clients are governments....

“If the CFTC discovered that the rigging of the monetary metals markets is essentially government policy, being conducted through intermediaries, then it would not be able to act against government agents.

By federal law, the Gold Exchange Act of 1934 specifically authorizes the US government to rig not only the gold market, but to rig any (financial) market surreptitiously through the Exchange Stabilization Fund. If the CFTC has discovered that market rigging is taking place because of US government policy, then according to law there is nothing to be done about it.”

More here:

Mr. Fix
Sep 25, 2013 - 9:46pm

Whats in your pocket?



In response to the continued Fed mismanagement and growing world currency war, it’s becoming clear according to Jim Rickards, that, “[Countries] want physical custody of gold…[they're] positioning for the day when there’s a massive loss of confidence in paper money…You’re seeing it with massive acquisitions of gold by Russia and China taking place through channels that bypass the London Bullion Market Association…They’re buying mines in Western Australia. They’re having the ore refined right there in Australia at the Perth Mint, and then shipping the gold straight to Shanghai. They’re completely bypassing the London market where they minimize their market impact, which is a smart move. That’s what you would do if you were trying to buy gold and not run up the price. You would do everything in secret and that’s what’s going on.”

While many still question the validity of gold, Jim notes that, “When the international monetary system collapses and it comes time to rewrite the rules of the game and create a new system…[it's] going to be [all about] how much gold you have. [Read more...]

silver foil hat
Sep 25, 2013 - 9:42pm


great idea, but it could likely be considered attempted market manipulation.

And we all know how that is viewed with our fair regulators.

(For those thinking I'm being <sarc>, I'm not.

Attempted manipulation is dealt with strongly.

Actual.... nothing to see here.

Here's the video of the picture previously posted.

When the comex blows up due to no more phyz...

Nothing to see here
Sep 25, 2013 - 8:58pm

my response to the CFTC & JPM

2 boxes of shiny Ag bars coming soon to a canoe near me.

If there's a "buy-in" week set up, I'll participate.

Sep 25, 2013 - 8:18pm


Thx for posting the video. If I could give you a thousand hat tips, it still wouldn't be enough.

Sep 25, 2013 - 8:16pm

Thank God for the

Thank God for the subscription service. No trolls co-opting entire threads in the Vault.

Sep 25, 2013 - 8:03pm

@Turd Ferguson


Check out this article on KWN from Powell.

If this is the case, then its time to kill the utility of acting in secret.

Therefore...contacting Drudge for the silver manipulation story is as good as it gets. Get the word out, everyone knows, and the gub's ability to manipulate dwindles real fast.



Sep 25, 2013 - 8:02pm
Sep 25, 2013 - 8:00pm


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