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Thursday Conversation - Andrew Maguire


It has been a couple of months since we've spoken with Andy and there have been all sorts of interesting developments over the intervening weeks. So please carve out some time to give this podcast a listen as Andy had some very interesting things to share when we spoke earlier today.

So what will you hear over the course of these forty minutes?

  • Andy discusses the state of the silver market, the challenges in taking delivery of anything in size and the ongoing sham of the SLV and GLD.
  • Next, as a metal wholesaler, Andy is keen to the levels where large physical orders reside. He shares those levels and suggests that the paper price will very likely find support there, too.
  • And finally, Andy shares some startling information regarding what he perceives as a "cornering" of the global silver market. He's convinced that this is a bullish development but I'm not so sure. Be sure to listen so that you can decide for yourself.

Thanks again to my longtime friend for so generously sharing his valuable time with us today. Andy has always been a staunch ally in the fight against The Banks and their fraudulent fractional reserve pricing scheme. We are very lucky to have him on our side.



Sep 20, 2020 - 3:54pm


Is illegal and on the books as market manipulation

the problem is no justice

Sep 20, 2020 - 6:55am

If insiders have the choice of spoofing or higher price

Referencing the big players and their big inventories. Looking at spoofing or If they want to profit from higher Silver and gold price. Can't they do both? Spoofing from a higher price level? Have the Cake and it too?

I find the idea about banks and the Federal reserve to take advantage of suppressed pm prices now very compelling. Would they take an interest in keeping markets volatile, by the fed providing very little substance in last FOMC meeting?

Sep 19, 2020 - 10:20am

Buying silver

Once silver goes above 35 for a weekly close, there will likely be

very difficult to buy as the competition will be fierce to do so. Then the shares will surge, esp those who are holding their metal and not selling it at these rigged prices such as AG.

Sep 18, 2020 - 6:29pm

Nevada has some good opportunities. Food related businesses

should do well

Be sure to check the locations and try to stay below the 39th parallel Global Solar Minimum GSM will make northern latitudes fairly cold Anything to do with food will become very important as growing grounds suffer from cold, snow, freezing temps and maybe cold droughts.

If you are planning to travel to Reno PM me and we can meet up to survey the area


Sep 18, 2020 - 5:12pm

The origination state is Washington.

I love home and forests, but the ignorance draped as intelligence is not encouraging. The death tax of the state along with all the other taxes/permissions doesn't look healthy at all.

I can start almost anything I could want excepting a physical limitation. So I would have to hire to run food production, lumber/hardware store I'm open to suggestion.

I've been looking at Alaska, Idaho, Wyoming, Utah, Nevada. It's a pretty daunting task as I list things.

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Sep 18, 2020 - 3:47pm

Silver corner

Love TB. But what really bugs me is he is adamant that the SLV and Crimex really have the phys.

I just can't see it

Sep 18, 2020 - 3:37pm

Jackputter I've traded AG for services and products for the

last 10 years. It worked for me and the providers. What state are you from? Where do you plan to move?

Nevada, the silver state, has some advantages even if the guvnah and state government are blue.

What's your plan?

Sep 18, 2020 - 2:36pm

An old post on this board - Re; the community use of silver

There was a post on this board about several people in the community trading silver (and gold I assume) at the exchange rate of FIAT for services. The impression is that the practice was spreading.

I will be seeking a residence in another state soon, and if I can shore up the needs of a community and try to find a niche to fit into that would be ideal.

The growing specter of "Blue state deterioration" is the straw that's now2 pushing.

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Sep 18, 2020 - 2:29pm

Shorter and Shallower Dips

I really don't think the banks are going to shake this fever.

Why so much deception in the news? The exposure.

While those minded toward police state endeavors released the internet thinking "we can catalogue everyone.", they released the tool as a double edged sword. What happens when you have the realization that you've been deceived? You get educated. It's by the billions is what's happening.

A problem with undetected power is that it's comfortable. The longer it continues develops a biased eye. The power can grow beyond it's own management system.

I don't think the Central Banks can shake this fever.

Sep 18, 2020 - 1:25pm


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