A2A with Chris Powell of GATA

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Chris Powell and Bill Murphy formed the Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee in 1998 and they've been stalwart allies in the fight against gold price suppression and manipulation ever since. What a pleasure it was today to get caught up with Chris and get his thoughts on the current state of the global market for gold.

As you listen, you'll quickly be reminded that Chris is still one of the most informed and well-spoken advocates for our cause. Over the course of this webinar, he addresses a number of current issues including:

  • the most important lesson he's learned in the 20 years he's followed the gold market
  • the strange occurrence of SecTreas Mnuchin visiting Ft Knox and the equally strange television interview of Terry Duffy, the CEO of the CME Group
  • whether the US government would financially benefit from revaluing the price of gold
  • how physical demand will paly a role in finally ending the tyranny of the central banks and bullion banks
  • and much, much more!

Please be sure to give this discussion a thorough listen as you are almost certainly going to learn a few things that you didn't previously know. And then, when you're finished, please click over to the GATA site and send them some financial support. Their efforts are tireless and we need to ensure that they remain on our side in this fight. https://www.gata.org/node/16

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lakedweller2
Sep 1, 2017 - 9:02am

Cars and Restaurants

Are those the ones umder water with no flood insurance. Should be an increase in rusted scrap metal. Is that a government category.

NUGTCALL
Sep 1, 2017 - 9:01am

The manipulation is amazing

May all the bullion bankers get penile cancer.

jwmkratz
Sep 1, 2017 - 9:00am

At this point....

...who cares? The report is just another fabricated example that is metal's positive for the moment...Could it be that its completely political and seeks to undermine the Administration's agenda? Haven't seen yet what Liesman has to say...but c'mon man, give us all just a little more syrup to lather up this pancake we call our economy.

lakedweller2
Sep 1, 2017 - 8:59am

Harvey

Any adjustment for the loss of jobs for the businesses lost on tbe coast because many had no flood insurance and they were not in flood plane, and now cannot afford to rebuild. This would be in an area of land from Corpus Christi to New Orleans so far. These businesses are not Wall Street banks that receive free money to cover fraud, but honest small businesses that contribute to everyday life support that employ millions of people who no longer have houses, apartments or transportation, much less a bottomless pit of fiat currency.

The real employment number is more like a negative - 2,000,000 or more. How does that data affect the state of the union and life in the Hamptons as we know it.

Mickey
Sep 1, 2017 - 8:55am

Autos and restaurants

auto mfg jobs up 13,700. There must be more inventory building than thought, and thats not running companies well, or the leaders do have compassion for workers.

restaurants up 9,200. Now they need traffic to increase.

matt_
Sep 1, 2017 - 8:52am

Does this make any sense?

The worse the economy gets, the lower the VIX goes.

Joseph Warren
Sep 1, 2017 - 8:45am

Hmmmm . . . this sounds possibly PM good (fingers crossed)

When do they ever have a 'tech problem' when it comes to reporting positive 'statistics' news ?

(P.S. added- - looks like the numbers suck.)

Sep 1, 2017 - 8:43am
Sep 1, 2017 - 8:39am

Same old tricks ahead?

Let's see if the G-3 paints another one of those intraday double bottoms again today.

Sep 1, 2017 - 8:36am

That MorganStanley chart was

That MorganStanley chart was pretty close. Once they revise this number lower by 20,000 it will be spot on!

Now, we MUST keep in mind that they predict 216,000 for next month!

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