Guest Post: "Gold Market Manipulation", by Gary Savage

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Fri, Dec 25, 2015 - 10:18pm

Back on Wednesday, technical analyst Gary Savage published a terrific video presentation that dissects the ongoing price manipulation in the paper gold market. Since it covers several of the topics we routinely discuss here at TFMR, I wrote Gary to ask if we could use it as a guest post and he happily obliged.

So, please take some time this weekend to watch the video below. You'll notice that Gary points out several of the features that we've followed for years. For example, Gary discusses the downtrend that has been enforced since 2013. Here at TFMR, we call this "The Nemesis Line" and the significance of this trendline and succession of lower lows is well known to Vault subscribers.

Gary also takes some time to address what appears to be an ongoing, overt effort to prop up the equity markets. Again, Vault subscribers will recall how many times we've pointed out all of the V-shaped recoveries in the S&P. The chart below from last week shows at least 21 over the past twelve months.

Gary makes several other worthwhile points, too, so please take the time to watch this video over the weekend. You'll be glad you did.

TF

"GOLD MARKET MANIPULATION"

by, Gary Savage of https://blog.smartmoneytrackerpremium.com

In this video, I explain how and why I think the gold bear market is artificial, and due to manipulation by a few big banks in the paper market. I discuss the market reaction that will confirm I’m correct. The analysts that for a couple of years have been trying to deny manipulation are ultimately going to look like idiots, and the Sinclairs of the world are going to have the last laugh, and will be proven correct in the end.

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benque
Dec 29, 2015 - 5:01am

While he was at it, did Isaiah

by any chance mention in his prophesies what the prices of gold and silver would be, this time next year?

tyberious
Dec 29, 2015 - 1:15am

GOR as a Signal is Temporarily Broken

belangp

Published on Dec 28, 2015

GOR as a Signal is Temporarily Broken

Oil is in a historic glut and the GOR ratio may be misleading for a few years. In this video I explore some relevant data and discuss why I think we may have found a bottom.

SS121
Dec 29, 2015 - 12:47am

why cheap oil?

because they ran the price too high

everybody and their brother drilled for oil

the earth produces oil and there is a virtually an unlimited supply of it

with everybody drilling into the unlimited supply, THERE IS NO MORE STORAGE

they are now running the price down to discourage production, but that isn't working too well. but that's why it's cheap.

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run fake oil chart to high to squeeze people at the pump

+

too dumb and greedy

=

suffer unintended consequences.

(enjoy the cheap gas and quit believing the bros. media stories)

lakedweller2
Dec 28, 2015 - 9:51pm

Oil, gold, silver

Political BS...same as theft

AlienEyes
Dec 28, 2015 - 9:14pm

Gold

Gold just got a bump up.

silverwhere
Dec 28, 2015 - 9:01pm

circa 2007 & time for a spectacular Sequel

Is this is all premeditated – yet again? A look back (if you dare):

https://www.google.ca/search?q=2007+housing+market+implosion&ie=utf-...

So, much like the RE bailout heroin, they are rigging their casinos once again.

“The poor too big to fail oil industry needs more MONEY – and LOTS of it”.

The oil barons are about to tap their largest well ever without ever getting their hands dirty...

Come back in the fall of 2016, then stand way way way back & watch their QE money shot.

"Déjà vu all over again"

Yep, once the taxpayers fork over their grandkids’ lives, it will be time for Big Oil to make their next moves – “on the house” of course.

phil288
Dec 28, 2015 - 8:07pm

Why the oil price drop?

One reason could be the continuing effort to pressure Russia, which is increasingly seen as a counter weight to America's Deep State efforts for world domination. Most of our population is clueless, but the PTB are bound and determined to push this issue to its illogical conclusion. What a mess!

silverwhere
Dec 28, 2015 - 7:23pm

Some propaganda points to ponder:

Oil price: IMF sees fall to between $30 and $20

22 December

Another major global forecast has suggested that the oil price has a lot further to fall yet – and that it could go as low as $20 a barrel.

This is the extreme low "cost price" predicted since the autumn by Goldman Sachs for early next year. Now the International Monetary Fund has hinted that global prices could fall this low when Iran increases its oil exports in the wake of the lifting of international sanctions.

https://www.theweek.co.uk/oil-price/60838/oil-price-does-benchmark-parity-mark-the-turning-point-in-slump

and so on, and so on............................

https://fortune.com/2015/12/22/oil-price-plunge/

https://money.cnn.com/2015/12/28/investing/oil-prices/

https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2015/business/energy-environment/oil-prices.html?_r=0

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silverwhere
Dec 28, 2015 - 6:54pm

@Bollocks

Thanks for the video link.

The big question to ask right now is >>> WHY?

WHY are they letting their world oil price drop?

Any plausible answers out there in Turd’s genetically engineered turnip patch?

Marchas45
Dec 28, 2015 - 6:32pm

@bollocks

Great video.

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