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Nov 1, 2013 - 12:59pm

Just when you thought no silver shortages would ever arise

SDBullion has learned from industry contacts that the US Mint alerted its Primary Dealers Thursday that The Mint is halting its weekly allocation of 2013 Silver Eagles, and will be suspending all sales of ASEs for 4 weeks!

“The United States Mint will issue its last weekly allocation of 2013 dated American Eagle Silver Bullion coins on Monday, December 9, 2013. We will begin accepting orders for 2014 dated American Eagle Silver Bullion coins on Monday, January 13, 2014.”

At the end of 2012, the Mint also took the unusual step of halting sales of 2012 Eagles on December 20th through the first week of January, which resulted in large premium spikes of ASEs as a shortage developed. The resulting supply squeeze in Silver Eagles also resulted in a tightening of other official mint products (Maples and Philharmonics) as well as generic silver rounds and bars as Silver Eagle demand was forced into other products.

With silver spot prices nearly 50% lower than 2012 levels, and the Mint shutting down production 11 days earlier this year (December 9th), expect physical premiums on ASEs to jump significantly over the next 2-3 months.

We will continue selling 2013 Silver Eagles as low as $2.69 over spot at SDBullion as long as we can, but suppliers are warning that significant premium increases are imminent.

Nov 1, 2013 - 12:53pm

SEC is great, current example . . .

of "government of the people, by the people and for the people."

The SEC's Latest Scandal: Demands For Longer Lunch Breaks

Submitted by Tyler Durden on 11/01/2013 - 11:55

There was a time when the only complaint the SEC's 4000 employees had was that some porn sites charge just too much - after all, the SEC's "enforcement" budget is limited, while the worldwide supply of pornography is virtually endless. It's time to add one more grievance to the list of all those overworked regulators who have yet to put someone, anyone, from the big banks in jail as a consequence for nearly destroying the western way of life, or do more than merely wrist slap Steve Cohen with a penalty that costs more than three or four Picasso paintings: lunch breaks.

Nov 1, 2013 - 12:47pm

GATA addresses CPM's Allegations on Kitco

GATA Addresses CPM’s Allegations Nov 01, 2013 Guest(s): Bill Murphy

GATA’s Bill Murphy is on Kitco News to give his rebuttal to CPM Group’s Jeff Christian’s allegations against whistleblower Andrew Maguire. GATA known for putting Maguire in the spotlight a few years ago, responds in this edition of “On The Spot.” Kitco News, November 1, 2013.

Nov 1, 2013 - 12:40pm

@buzlightening, you sure have a way with words . . .

And, I mean that in a good way.

Bonzi's!! I always called them Ponzi's, but hey, what's a letter between friends?

Nov 1, 2013 - 12:23pm

10 Year Yield 2.62% +0.08

Mind you turdite friends. The TURD has focus where focus is beamed. 10 year bonzi's! All else simply a smoke screen; white noise to an already broken bonzi mkt. Those who know the drunk bond bubble and the derivatives behind them realize it's already falling apart as the global drunk men are thrown in the tank; killer dt's coming on with respect to passed hallucinations of once were grandeur; now a living hell. dead head fed is buyer of last resort of bonzis world wide to float this franken bonzi mkt Some say 60% up to 90% bonzi buying for more time. Dominoes falling and if you didn't read larry summer remarks on fed in a liquidity trap, a spokes person for the viper EEE just said there's no exit it. Panic will ensue once the reality of what viper scummers said sinks in. Collapsing paper ponzi ASSets has been happening, is happening and will accelerate to KABOOOOOOOM! Sit tight.

Nov 1, 2013 - 12:13pm


Yep, that was uncalled for. Bron could have made all his points under the headline 'More misconceptions about the Comex,' but instead used the word 'Deceptions.'

That is a clear personal attack. Unfortunately for Bron, it is also counter-productive; he is just tearing up his own prospects of being seen as an impartial commentator.

Nov 1, 2013 - 12:12pm

RE: ancientmoney

Without trying to remake our entire system, we only need 3 amendments.

1) Congress and the Senate can only serve 1 term

2) All campaign funding has come from that state

3) A direct propionate presidential vote

Nov 1, 2013 - 12:07pm

Bless your heart Turd

For your relentless, untiring work in informing the public about the great paper ponzi experiment. Let the little dogs bite, as you'll never lose the real crowd who cherishes the truth. Let us bull dogs behind the scenes carry out capturing your unlicensed rabbit dogs who turn up at the site. I'd be happy to turn out a few in your defense for any troll here you prefer. Just say the word and I'll put my energy into such while you work where you work the best. Sifting truth from an avalance of EEE sewage; rank ball faced lies, ascending up forever and ever from an infernal pit of lost damned souls.

Nov 1, 2013 - 12:04pm

@SilverRunNW re: 25,000 tons of stolen gold . . .

"I really don't believe that vast majority came from the confiscation."


It really doesn't matter whether the entire 25,000 tons, or whatever amount the government held, was a direct confiscation.

The government, in this country, IS the people; or at least it was at one time. Therefore, all gold the government held was financed by the people, and owned by the people.

Remember Abe Lincoln's words: " . . . government of the people, by the people, and for the people shall not perish from the earth."--from the Gettysburg Address, 1863

I think that government Lincoln described perished long ago.

Nov 1, 2013 - 12:02pm

"keep stacking and prepare accordingly"

Let see Ive stacked:

1) Food

2) Water

3) Ammo

4) Water filter

5) FRNs

6) Relationships

7) Equipment

8) Education

9) A bug out plan

10) Informed others

11) PMs, which I did after all others

12) A sound mind and body!

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