Turd & Andy on with Max & Stacy

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Sat, Jun 11, 2016 - 12:03pm

Early last week, I had the honor to join Max and Stacy for a taping of The Max Keiser Show. Along with my friend Andrew Maguire, we had a sort of panel discussion of gold and the global gold market.

As usual, the program begins with Max and Stacy discussing some of the news of the day. In the second half of the program, Andy and I join them for a segment where the primary topic is gold and gold price manipulation. This is actually the first of two segments that we taped last Monday so be on the lookout for another episode sometime next week.

It was great fun to see Max and Stacy again and we should all be grateful that they so willingly gave us a platform through which we can draw continued attention to the conniving schemes of the global bankers and the sham that is the fractional reserve, paper derivative precious metal pricing structure.

TF

p.s. My favorite part of the show may be the "beeping" that covers up every mention of the name "Turd". Max and Stacy may have done that on purpose just to be funny.

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SilverHunter1985
Jun 13, 2016 - 12:46am
Danforth Coxwell
Jun 13, 2016 - 12:40am

For a brief second or so…USDJPY was sporting a 105 handle.

The trend line supports a stronger yen. Gold continues a slow steady rise in S.P..

ReachWest
Jun 13, 2016 - 12:30am

USDJPY

USDJPY .. looks to be breaking under 106 right now. Should be an interesting night and Monday. CB's are going to have a very busy week keeping this whole mess binder-twinned together.

Angry Chef
Jun 13, 2016 - 12:21am

It Is A Game...Called MAJIK

It's called MAJIK. Everyday people wake up and go to work and stress themselves out for a pay check. Never knowing why, other than they have to to keep the lights on and food on the table. But never ever questioning why or how this money comes into existence. It just MAJIKLEY does. As long as you shut up and pay your taxes and be a good boy or girl. And if you don't...you die.

I could go on but I have to go to bed. To be continued.....

Fred Hayek
Jun 12, 2016 - 11:54pm

@ DickB

There's no more sure way to have the shit hit the fan than to fire a shot across the bowel.

Ouch.

Fred Hayek
Jun 12, 2016 - 11:50pm

@Turd re possible explanation

In the book When Genius Failed about Long Term Capital Management, it described a lot of their investments as being similar sorts of things. German 2 year and 10 year bonds are almost always within a particular range for the ratio of their interest rates. As they get to the edge of that ratio or just beyond it, LTCM would bet big money that the ratio would narrow back toward the usual ratio. It all seemed to be at a further remove from the real world than one typically thinks of finance. On another web site I was having an ongoing debate/argument about gold and silver with a guy who took pains to remind everyone that he is a finance professional. I'm not sure how to punctuate those last two words to capture the gasp of reverence with which I think he wanted everyone else to say them. I would tell him that he played games for a living. He did not like that. But what LTCM was doing and that trade that you describe seem a whole lot like playing a game.

Kuchek
Jun 12, 2016 - 11:36pm

ECONOMIC MELTDOWN Starting! Unite Behind Trump/Sanders Ticket? |

ECONOMIC MELTDOWN Starting! Unite Behind Trump/Sanders Ticket? | Bix Weir

ECONOMIC MELTDOWN Starting! Unite Behind Trump/Sanders Ticket? | Bix Weir

It's getting interesting out there. For an illusion. ;)

DickB
Jun 12, 2016 - 11:02pm

This is really interesting

https://goldswitzerland.com/grant-williams-oil-peak-demand-gold-peak-sup...

There's a wonderful 'Freudian' slip of the pen in the transcript:-

..."2008 was nothing more than a shot across the bowel of a much larger financial crisis that has still yet to hit us."

The next shot 'across the bowel' will surely ensure we are well in the sh*t.

Dick

benque
Jun 12, 2016 - 10:53pm

Amazing find silver66

I'm gonna enjoy reading "paper against gold"!

Gramp
Jun 12, 2016 - 10:46pm

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