Koos the TV Star

Sat, Nov 1, 2014 - 7:57pm

Last week, our pal Koos Jansen was a featured guest on the German financial TV network, DAF. As the algo-generated divide between physical demand and paper price widens by the day, this video is a must watch for everyone.

Koos now works for BullionStar.com and the original source link can be found here: https://www.bullionstar.com/blog/koos-jansen/china-will-utilize-gold-pri...

In this 12-minute interview, Koos discusses most of these points:

One note...The first 30 seconds or so are in German but the remainder of the interview is conducted in English.


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Nov 1, 2014 - 11:53am

First Like KOOS!

Couldn't resist.

Nov 1, 2014 - 11:59am


now to watch

thanks for posting


Nov 1, 2014 - 12:12pm


Thanks for spreading my message Turd!

Nov 1, 2014 - 12:18pm


You're my hero, keep spreading the word my friend :-)

sierra skier
Nov 1, 2014 - 12:27pm

Caught this on your other

Caught this on your other post just now, thanks, Turd.

Koos, Thank You for sharing your knowledge and information with us here at TFMR.

Grey Mare
Nov 1, 2014 - 1:03pm

excellent interview

Good presentation and content. Are you single?

If so, I think Silver Sooner has some match-making to do,


Nov 1, 2014 - 1:31pm

Amazing how evident the truth is for those who have eyes to see.

And for the rank'n file citizen it's all is well in nuff, nuff, land, with headlines blaring in banners all across AmeriCON'd: STOCKS SET NEW RECORDS... Right on que for the mid term US elections.

Nov 1, 2014 - 1:44pm

Well My Question Is

How will the Japanese Currency situation effect the Chinese and World Gold Market and won't China be really hurt by the Japanese situation? Just looking for answers and thoughts. Keep Stacking

Nov 1, 2014 - 1:51pm
Nov 1, 2014 - 2:14pm

As the wealthwatchman pointed out in his latest alert to get

strapped in for more metals body blows, it doesn't hurt to level out the batterings with a carrot or two dangled. From cliff highs webot site: The data agrees with a lot of professional 'guts' in forecasting this current pressure on the prices of precious metals as being the [last gasp]. Further our data continues to forecast that the [metal suppression effort] will [collapse] on or after [mid november] as the [monetization (of debt)] reaches what the data describes as [totality (of consumption)]. At that point the [price of gold] is shown as [rising] more than [200/two hundred dollars] in a single move that is [against] the [dwindling pressure] of the [oppressors] in a day that will be felt as a [heart attack] and [chaotic fever] on [wall stree]. (10/31/2014) https://www.halfpasthuman.com/

Sure we've all been inundated with smoke blowing sunshine up our pant legs; skirts. Metals to the moon and your head plunged under water once again. Lets face it though for humans the finality, has an uplifting effect on some to just keep on keeping on. Where others who cannot see the shore give it up and cave in to a never ending grueling miles and miles of the same old; same old, failing in exhaustion when they were so close to a gold metal finish.

All fogged in and many who tried to initially swim the English channel gave up with no end or unable to see the distant shore. One within 200 yards but was so wrung out in the struggle, seeing no end gave it up, yards away from a solid land gold metal record setting finish. Sure! Someone who has trained in the battle, knows about the extra mile cause that's where the finish line is for winners(Our wealthwatchman reality check). How about the average individual who has now purchased physical silver or gold from the top on down. Tell them there's no end in sight and you'll have 95% hand over their stack. Lets not hype the deck and stack it with aces every week but lets not forget we've been dealt some shit awful hands the lasts 3 and one half years. Now who's got the deck on an odds basis of getting dealt one royal flush and take it all in. After so many garbage hands dealt by the ones stacking the deck, no wonder many in the fray can see there's something about to change. A different deck called for. Some players leaving the table while flush with profit. Some criminal players falling over dead, seeing the calamity created by stacking decks are now about to turn cheaters to ashes; an overnight crap storm for criminals in favor of physical metals stackers. It's coming folks and we're closer now than ever so keep stroking and take it out to the finish. It's not much farther, as I've been there; done it all before and never felt misfortune in stacking physical metals. Physical gold and silver in hand always win over fiat debt based currencies. ALWAYS! For those still in the paper chase and getting margined out in a rigged game, it will not end until every last bit of your capital to invest has been yanked through your nose, taking out all your brains with it. Sure some may recover and some do, to come back as physical stackers the only way every day bar none as myself. All through sad experience and if that's what it takes for some so be it and all the best to you upon gaining some more funds to be much more wiser with. For those massacred never to return, the wall street is strewn with the bleached white bones of those who never recovered from a financial disaster; buried under mountains of self pity as if only these had ever been pierced with such deep monetary wounds. This too will pass! Guaranteed.

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