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  • You've got to have skin in the game! - The Real Asset Company
    priced Greenspan put and it just leads to an even bigger bust eventually 2008 20 Risk taking is the only way to learn You cannot really understand a business or a situation by just reading about it therefore MBA s are less valuable than the learnings of actually starting and running your own business but good if you want a job in a bureaucratic enterprise I believe that the appropriate level of risk in a given situation is something that you can only learn yourself through trial and error and a finely tuned judgement honed through first hand experience Take as many small risks as possible maximum feedback loop and just make sure no venture exposure can blow you out and put you out of business The people at the top which Taleb refers to as the Soviet Harvard elite whether in corporate banking or government have engineered a free option on their careers They make predictions and place their bets with other people s money and lives accordingly if they get lucky with their predictions they win big and if not they rarely have any personal loss They have no skin in the game their opinions can t be trusted and they are gaming the system to the detriment of everyone else The people who blew up the financial system in 2008 are somehow seen now as experts in volatile times and are therefore the right people to get us out of the mess that they created As a founder of several companies I appreciated Taleb s belief that entrepreneurs are totally undervalued and should be at the top of the pile and bureaucrats corporate government etc should be at the bottom Entrepreneurs are always massively exposed to their business performance They really do have skin in the game Entrepreneurs and SME s are not protected by an ignorant government agency and therefore have to roll with the punches and sink or swim Many fail but all of them are trying to innovate somehow This is why SMEs in the UK employ over half of the workforce If you don t have skin in the game then your opinions are irrelevant and useless Taleb believes that in our modern economy and government there are too many people who are making hollow predictions and gambling with other people s lives when they have nothing to lose if things go wrong or worse as seen in the banking sector These are my main learnings from my first reading of Antifragile which I highly recommend I look forward to reading this book for a second or even third time and harvesting new insights Want protection from the fragile system Buy gold online in minutes Please Note Information published here is provided to aid your thinking and investment decisions not lead them You should independently decide the best place for your money and any investment decision you make is done so at your own risk Data included here within may already be out

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  • Silver the restless metal - The Real Asset Company
    made that silver s industrial uses are far greater in number today We come out then with a model of a commodity market for which both supply and demand are inelastic with respect to movements in price especially in an upward direction This means that an increase in price by any given percentage once touched off will result in a less than proportionate increase in supply and a less than proportionate increase in demand Such a market is highly unstable in an upward direction What Jastram saw ahead for silver We should note that from the date of publication 1981 until 2004 the silver price did not rise as it was predicted it might The silver price between 1980 and 1988 did exhibit some volatility that would have attracted speculators but the 15 year period between 1988 and 2003 appears remarkably calm for the restless metal A stable silver price during these years could have rewarded investors amidst wider deflation and this time represented a bear market in commodities generally It might be better to term this era as a period of disinflation and the chart below often cited by Jim Rogers produced by Barry Bannister shows the stock markets relative outperformance of commodities as inflation falls It might also be useful to assess the properties of gold and silver since 2000 to see if monetary instability has the potential to make silver an even more restless metal We ll compare the gold and silver prices against the Rogers International Commodity Index RICI we feel this index is the most representative of the cost of living We use the rises and falls of the RICI to define periods of inflation or deflation since 2000 We crudely define January 2000 to January 2001 as an inflation January 2001 to January 2002 as a deflation January 2002 to June 2008 as an inflation June 2008 to February 2009 as a deflation and February 2009 to February 2012 as an inflation Inflation January 2000 January 2001 The RICI ended January 2000 at 1 345 23 and hit 1 621 64 in January 2001 giving a gain of 20 5 During this period the gold price moved from 283 ounce to 264 ounce a loss of 6 7 The silver price during this period moved from 5 3 ounce to 4 8 ounce a loss of 9 4 During this short period of inflating commodity prices gold and silver had lost operational wealth Deflation January 2001 January 2002 The RICI ended January 2001 at 1 621 64 and closed January 2002 at 1 275 59 marking a retreat of 21 3 During this period the gold price moved from 264 ounce to 281 ounce a gain of 6 7 The silver price during this period moved from 4 8 ounce to 4 3 ounce a loss of 10 4 Gold and silver had gained in operational wealth with gold being the more impressive performer Inflation January 2002 June 2008 The RICI closed January 2002

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  • Buy gold in Singapore - The Real Asset Company
    Blog Best of the web Expert comment Infographics Gold Bug Reading List Search for About Us We hope the About Us pages helpfully introduce our unique platform our people and our prices Ralph Hazell CEO Home Our products Benefits of our platform Choose your safe haven Buy gold in Singapore Buy gold in Singapore The safe haven of the East You can buy gold bullion in secure approved vaults in Singapore the investor friendly City State at the heart of the Asian capital markets Why buy gold in Singapore With the rise of Asia and its Tiger economies financial centres like Singapore have blossomed to become new havens for international finance trade and gold investment At the heart of Singapore s rise to top tier financial centre has been its respect for investors rights privacy and modern day needs Singapore is also a leading hub for gold investment with growing bullion markets and superb vaulting facilities The Singapore Free Port was also tailored to the needs of international investors and is an increasingly popular location for gold bullion storage Singapore s rise in the gold markets has become even more noticeable recently as Western investors have sought new improved destinations and alternatives when they invest in gold If a bullion vault in stable independent Singapore appeals to you our Singapore storage facility is the perfect solution Buy gold now View live markets Be sure to contact us if you would like to request a new vault location In this section Buy gold in Singapore Buy gold in Switzerland Buy gold in London UK Contact Us The Real Asset Co Ltd 25 Nutford Place London UK W1H 5YQ 44 0 203 287 8130 support therealasset co uk Join our newsletter Recent articles We live in extraordinary times December 4 2015 The

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  • Buy gold in Switzerland - The Real Asset Company
    web Expert comment Infographics Gold Bug Reading List Search for About Us We hope the About Us pages helpfully introduce our unique platform our people and our prices Ralph Hazell CEO Home Our products Benefits of our platform Choose your safe haven Buy gold in Switzerland Buy Swiss gold For ultimate peace of mind We provide a secure approved vault in Geneva Switzerland enabling individuals to store their gold investments in the historical safe haven for international investors Why buy gold in Switzerland Switzerland has traditionally attracted foreign investment due to its deep respect for the property right of investors the rule of law and of course sound money and gold bullion investment The strength of the Swiss franc and thus much of its appeal was due to its high reserve backing with gold bullion stored deep in secure Swiss vaults For this reason the Swiss franc was described as as good as gold Today Switzerland remains a safe haven for those looking to invest in gold as debt burdened governments around the developed world look at new ways to tax and our savings and investments Gold bullion investment in Switzerland continues from strength to strength as individuals look for a safer haven and to diversify their savings and investments If a Swiss gold vault appeals to you most our Geneva storage facility is perfectly suited to meet your needs Buy gold today View live markets Be sure to contact us if you would like to request a new vault location In this section Buy gold in Singapore Buy gold in Switzerland Buy gold in London UK Contact Us The Real Asset Co Ltd 25 Nutford Place London UK W1H 5YQ 44 0 203 287 8130 support therealasset co uk Join our newsletter Recent articles We live in extraordinary times

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  • Buy gold in London - The Real Asset Company
    of the web Expert comment Infographics Gold Bug Reading List Search for About Us We hope the About Us pages helpfully introduce our unique platform our people and our prices Ralph Hazell CEO Home Our products Benefits of our platform Choose your safe haven Buy gold in London UK Buy gold in London The world s financial capital We offer a secure approved bullion vault in London UK the heart of the global banking system and world s financial capital Why buy gold in London London s prominence as a financial centre is as marked today as it was many decades ago and part of this is due to London s free capital markets and deep links to gold investment Home to the world s largest physical bullion market with its traditional AM and PM gold price fix decided by the major bullion banks London s gold buying market has deep liquidity and history and is overseen by the London Bullion Market Association LBMA This makes London an ideal location to buy gold bullion Gold investors today continue to be drawn to London with its bullion market and first class financial infrastructure proving attractive The highest recognition for professional vaults is still LBMA approval and if you are are looking for a bullion vault in London our approved UK storage facility is perfect for when you invest in gold Buy gold now View live markets Be sure to contact us if you would like to request a new vault location In this section Buy gold in Singapore Buy gold in Switzerland Buy gold in London UK Contact Us The Real Asset Co Ltd 25 Nutford Place London UK W1H 5YQ 44 0 203 287 8130 support therealasset co uk Join our newsletter Recent articles We live in extraordinary times December

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  • Why is Germany repatriating their gold? - The Real Asset Company
    and worries build as to whether the custodian is good for the gold 3 Do not trust the custodian country to protect the value of their own currency As we said in the first point much of the gold was originally stored abroad for safe keeping particularly in regard to storing with the US Federal Reserve However as two round of QE have shown and the third just beginning the US aren t even willing to protect their own assets in the long term so are they likely to look after those of another country s when they realise the rest of the world doesn t want to use their currency anymore Every few months there is a discussion regarding what China are planning on doing with the gold they both mine and import every year with many believing they are hoarding the metal as an insurance against the billions of US Treasury bonds notes and bills they hold Many believe they will issue some kind of gold backed currency in the short term and dump its one trillion dollars worth of US Treasury securities Whilst at the moment the US seem to take their monopoly currency for granted should the Chinese or anyone else behave in such a manner the US will need to respond most likely with gold which on its own it does not have enough of The continual devaluation of the US Dollar is of course a good thing for the gold price and therefore even more reason for countries to get it back onto home soil 4 Foresee the need to protect the future of your own monetary system Germany is the one country in the Eurozone which appears to be reminding everyone of how important it is to return to some resemblance of sound money In the last few months we have listened to Jens Weidmann President of the Bundesbank compare the ECB s plans to the Faustian Pact However thanks to the undemocratic nature of the Eurozone fewseem to be listening Like many of the disagreements in the past the ECB finds a way to work around them or gently persuade member countries to support new measures such as Draghi s OMT plans Germany like other countries in the EU has a responsibility to protect its citizens wealth and standard of living At the moment this is being threatened as the successful export country props up other fiscally different countries to its own Gold as we have long said is a protector of wealth The euro many have said was designed to act like a gold standard unfortunately you can t dress up a fiat currency to glister as it seems the Germans have realised This week it has been confirmed that Germany is on its way to a recession 2012 Q4 GDP is expected to have declined 0 5 whilst GDP for the year was below expectations at 0 8 Plant and machinery investment declined by 4 4 5 It s yours you want it where you can see it As we work hard to show here at The Real Asset Company when you buy allocated gold you own gold only you can instruct what should happen to it The Bundesbank and Venezuela before it has done nothing wrong This is despite mainstream coverage which wants to imply that the Bundesbank s decision to move 600 tonnes of gold from the Bank of England between 2000 and 2001 was a shock and mystery Conclusion As we have outlined above no one really knows how this financial crisis will unfold Whilst financial crises have unfortunately become too frequent in the last forty years never has one been this contagious far reaching or beyond the understanding of the policy makers Why shouldn t the Germans get their gold back under control They own it and most likely they ll need it Do you think Germany should take her gold home Tell us what you think in the comments column below Please Note Information published here is provided to aid your thinking and investment decisions not lead them You should independently decide the best place for your money and any investment decision you make is done so at your own risk Data included here within may already be out of date Like our commentary Get it all delivered to you via our fortnightly newsletter The Daily Nugget Will Germany put their trust in gold The Daily Nugget Germany repatriate gold as new highs seen for 2013 Categories Expert comment About the Author Jan Skoyles Jan Skoyles is Head of Research at The Real Asset Company a platform for secure and efficient gold investment Jan first became interested in precious metals and sound money when she met Ned Naylor Leyland whilst working alongside him in the summer of 2010 Jan then went on to write her undergraduate dissertation on the use of precious metals in the monetary system After graduating from Aston University in 2011 Jan joined The Real Asset Co research desk Her work and views are now featured on a range of media including BBC Reuters Wall Street Journal Mail on Sunday Forbes and The Telegraph She has appeared on news channels including Russia Today to discuss the gold price and gold investing You can keep up with Jan s commentary by subscribing to our RSS feed Gold Investment News View all posts by Jan Skoyles Popular Posts Related Posts Why is Germany repatriating their gold COMEX revealed Investigating the paper gold market The top five gold commentators 5 things repatriating gold bullion says about the country We live in extraordinary times The rise of gold backed crypto currencies Our Goldbloc is supported by Veridu Blockchain Opportunities STR An excellent article I suspect the answer lies in the concluding statement janskoyles Thanks STR http twitter com silversucker Marvin Charbonneau Good article I think the time has come for all countries to store their own gold on their own territory Many of the excellent reasons are brought forward in your writing Those of us that have investments in gold are anxiously waiting to see the out come As more countries repatriate their gold it may very well be the death knell for the central banking short selling leasing price control mechanism that they have had over gold since 1971 janskoyles I agree Marvin this is an exciting development for those of us in gold investment on both a personal and global scale Whilst many in the financial media are dismissing this move by Germany one has to ask why have they decided to start this repatriation now It s not as though the Bundesbank don t already have enough on their plate I suspect we will begin to see a domino of repatriation moves from other European countries now however I do not expect countries to store 100 of their gold on home territory As we have seen already in the last year gold is slowly creeping back into the international payments system therefore some will still need to be held abroad Even when Chavez repatriated Venezuela s gold he sent some to other countries for protection and trade JonFrum If Germany shows up with a truck and there s no gold bars marked Property of German Republic on them we re all screwed and the preppers are right Jim Go to White House website and sign the petition to have USA gold audited and assayed Enogh lies and drama Arnie D Absolutely Germany should repatriate its gold Why would any nation store its valuables in another country any more so than an individual would store his in a neighbour s house even if the neighbour is a good friend I certainly wouldn t janskoyles Hi Arnie D I think that if the neighbour is prepared to do a regular audit and there is no danger of leasing or swap arrangements then it s not so bad to decide to store some of your gold investments with them Pingback Why are Germany repatriating their gold J T Coins LLC Blog Pingback Gold platinum ease Goldman reports preferences newbridgealliance net Garry S It s Germany s asset of course they should do with it as they wish How do you argue against freedom of choice To argue differently especially by the custodian would be suspicious indeed janskoyles Hi Gary S I agree Freedom is choice is exactly the reason why I m so interested in gold as money This move by the Bundesbank is a step in that direction to acknowledging gold s importance in the monetary system Pingback Gold platinum ease Goldman likes copper best AhipCup RUSS SMITH CALIFORNIA Hi Patrons Of Comments Analysis Et Al The entire format under which Bretton Woods operated is completely faulty in my humble opinion The US Constitution under Article 1 Section 10 calls for the Fort Knox gold etc to be in the hands of all American Citizens NEVER inside a repository somewhere If every country s gold was in the hands of their people their gold would be under their protection and public controls and NEVER thereby available to unstable geopolitcal events risking it by others such as today s governments who don t even know how to manage their currencies We are all robbed by OUR respective government s fiat money systems today that unavoidably erode the buying power of OUR savings This can not go on indefinitely can it without chaotic consequences notifying US all that OUR world monetary system is unbalanced with insanity CHEERS RUSS SMITH CA One Of Our Broke Fiat Money States Joseph All the German gold covers about half of the Greek debt Wow Richard Remember the Germans stole all the Greeks Gold in WW2 and never repatriated it nonplused The Germans must know that at least the amount they are repatriating is there If the Fed could not deliver the gold they would have made it known to Germany not to ask until they can come up with it Otherwise they risk a currency apocolypse Therefore the theory the gold isn t there cannot be true I think they want it home as insurance against what might happen in the future if there is a currency crisis I guess we ll see though If the physical market goes short 600 tons of gold because the Fed is busy trying to come up with physical then hold on to your ounces janskoyles Hi nonplused the theory that the gold isn t there is clearly something that we will never know for sure However the fact that such a small amount of the total gold held in NY is being repatriated does make one wonder if the Americans have had to buy some time in order to get the gold in alsim the fed will need 7 years to ferry 300 tons only 5 of its declared but real reserves The standard proceding is 5 tons in a plane so flying a plane a day will bring home the gold in 60 days Why then are the germans giving the fed 7 years to ferry the gold There is only one possible answer the gold is NOT THERE Bevin Chu There is only one possible answer the gold is NOT THERE Hardly an unreasonable conclusion DameEdnasPossum As the Germans know full well that their gold is not there the 7 year delay in fact suits them as it provides them with an opportunity to prepare accordingly for what is to come An outright admission that their gold is gone would cause chaos and chaos is an opportunity provided one is sufficiently prepared for it just ask the Zionist cabal and the military industrial complex who orchestrated the 9 11 inside job and the ensuing war on terror Pingback Platinum tops gold Germany wants its gold back Infowars Wexford major I think Germany or any other Country should protect their own assets especially becuase of th epersisitent rumors that the US Federal Reserve may have lost their original allocation due to Gold carry trade I dont think the US Federal Reserve can be trusted any longer janskoyles I agree major As I say in the last point it s Germany s gold therefore why shouldn t they have it back The persistent rumors I believe go someway to explain why such a small amount is now being repatriated from the NY Fed http profile yahoo com SL5ZMN5RT52VY3HIETAJLNUS2Y Jon Considering that the Federal Reserve originated as a scam to enslave the American people it s probably a pretty good idea not to trust them Pingback Germany Asks For Their Gold Back needahbeh How does this differ from keeping money in the bank janskoyles If you re asking how investing in gold differs from keeping money in the bank then I point you in the direction of our brilliant Education Centre which contains a wealth of information to help you understand gold http therealasset co uk how to guide about gold background gold investing gold for investment needahbeh Actually I was comparing foreign countries keeping their gold in our vaults to people keeping money in any bank I suspect neither will be there when called upon to be retrieved in any full amounts Pagtrick Barron Godfrey Bloom member of the European Parliament and I have recommended that Germany leave the European Monetary Union reinstate the deutshce mark and tie it to gold Therefore Germany must have complete control over its gold reserves to satisfy the market that its currency really can be exchanged for gold bullion upon demand janskoyles Thank you Mr Barron for your comment it s a great honour to have you read my article For those of you interested to learn more about Austrian economics and gold backed currencies I strongly suggest you look at his and Mr Bloom s blog on the Mises Institute website http www facebook com people Gordon Johnson 1374212093 Gordon Johnson If as GATA says Central Banks have been fractionally reserving Gold assets in Gold Swaps then the German repatriation can also be viewed as a bank run Only the first countries to repatriate may receive more than paper Of course the Central Banks could easily and simply dismiss this as an issue by conducing an indpendent audit You must ask yourself Why haven t they done the simple thing janskoyles I was saying this to someone just today Gordon Whilst the financial media run around saying this insignificant and just a bit of housekeeping we need to ask Why now something s happened to make them want it back janskoyles Hi Bruce I suspect this is why only a small amount is coming back at all and why it is coming back gradually One wonders what Chavez went through to get Venezuela s so promptly Al He must have said well you know I m crazy I m gonna invade you if you don t hand me my gold nopologrequired I suspect they didn t want his little pestering country to ignite a conflagration of repatriation when he started jumping up and down yelling THE AMERICANS DON T HAVE OUR GOLD Venezuela is not a team player with western powers but Germany is Which is likely why they are going along with the show http www facebook com people Daniel Kirsner 768565194 Daniel Kirsner How bout because the US has replaced almost all of it with gold coated tungsten bars Bobbala Trust the Obama LOL pjb1 They were crazy to leave it here in the first place If it turns up missing well they ve just learned and paid for a very expensive lesson Probably one that will stick in the future http www facebook com howard lewis 902 Howard Lewis After the U S running the tungsten con on China and Britain trying it on India safe to say the Bush cabal created a condition which deceptively warranted the U S sending any real gold in Fort Knox or other American repository to Bush41 s clan before any others J Taylor of course for many reasons cassandra France has the German gold That s why France is able to return the German held in France The United States does NOT have any gold That s why Germany is forced to accept very small amounts that the U S FED will buy in the open market over the next few years The poor Germans have been made fools of by Bernanke s FED Take it or leave it Germany 2 of your gold is better than NOTHING You ve accept our terms and shut up Billyjobob Yes now not in 7 10 or 20 years fazsha I always look for hooks statements that summarize best the role of gold When I got into gold in 2002 I listened to Jim Sinclair s interview on FinancialSense com and he said what do I believe in my heart of hearts the price of gold would have to be to balance the balance sheet of America 1 250 an ounce Now this was stunning back then but researching him as Mr Gold and knowing that he understood the role of gold I believed him and was convinced by the argument Now of course you d think of that price as a bargain but in 2002 it was fantastically high You need to understand and then the future becomes as clear as Mr Sinclair sees it which now is north of 3 500 We need to balance the balance sheet of America and now of the world and 1 250 ain t gonna get it done anymore Tall Tom Germany s repatriation of the Gold will be a prudent action to take The term repatriation is taken loosely as the Gold was not on Germany s soil in the first place I believe that the term DELIVERY is much more accurate and appropriate The misuse of the term repatriation only serves to obfuscate the United States DEFAULT on the 1944

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  • COMEX revealed: is the paper gold market bust? - The Real Asset Co
    a fractional market COMEX is vulnerable to runs as banks are but at this time COMEX continues to function and hold the liquidity monopoly in the gold markets accessible to Western investors As our last piece of gold market research found COMEX is the heart of gold price discovery An increase in the delivery ratio is not an impossibility given the current rush for gold by our Asian contemporaries and the unsteady macroeconomic situation Therefore in part III of this series we will take a further look into what might happen to gold price discovery should COMEX falter and huge volumes of bids and offers present themselves at other liquidity points in the gold market Please Note Information published here is provided to aid your thinking and investment decisions not lead them You should independently decide the best place for your money and any investment decision you make is done so at your own risk Data included here within may already be out of date Enjoy our research Get it all delivered to you in our fortnightly newsletter The Daily Nugget import duty will encourage smuggling Infographic Is COMEX really crumbling Tags Gold bullion Gold Investment Gold prices Categories Expert comment About the Author Jan Skoyles Jan Skoyles is Head of Research at The Real Asset Company a platform for secure and efficient gold investment Jan first became interested in precious metals and sound money when she met Ned Naylor Leyland whilst working alongside him in the summer of 2010 Jan then went on to write her undergraduate dissertation on the use of precious metals in the monetary system After graduating from Aston University in 2011 Jan joined The Real Asset Co research desk Her work and views are now featured on a range of media including BBC Reuters Wall Street Journal Mail on Sunday Forbes and The Telegraph She has appeared on news channels including Russia Today to discuss the gold price and gold investing You can keep up with Jan s commentary by subscribing to our RSS feed Gold Investment News View all posts by Jan Skoyles Popular Posts Related Posts Why is Germany repatriating their gold COMEX revealed Investigating the paper gold market The top five gold commentators 5 things repatriating gold bullion says about the country Daily Nugget gold climbs 10 since January Understanding the London Gold Fix Is gold a safe haven How China is taking over the world one gold bar at a time Pingback Jan Skoyles No great stress on Comex gold yet solid investments Confounded Interest Good stuff you two I was beginning to think Bron Suscheki was the only level head left in this space It s comforting to see a favoured Max Keiser guest Skoylesie speak in even tones Looking forward to some conclusions in the third instalment Cheers pb janskoyles Thanks Confounded Interest We were new to Bron s work and grateful to you for bringing him to our attention Look out for the soon to be released third instalment newsletter subscribers will get a sneak preview Confounded Interest Oops that s Skoyles y janskoyles Don t worry Pingback Jan Skoyles No great stress on Comex gold yet JerseyJoe Interesting read Question I see from your data on Kilos of COMEX Gold Relinquished that you include ABN AMRO haven t they publicly ceased delivering gold to clients If gold is readily available from the COMEX why would they resort to such unusual measures Pingback Friday Morning Links timiacono com Pingback COMEX revealed is the paper gold market bust Pingback COMEX Pt II revealed Investigating the paper gold market peoples trust toronto Pingback COMEX revealed is the paper gold market bust The Real Asset Co reality paradigm Pingback COMEX Pt II revealed Investigating the paper gold market JerseyJoe I guess this is normal price discovery in some worlds http www zerohedge com news 2013 06 07 here todays 482 millisecond nfp leak and subsequent gold slam and trading halts trea Billy Bankers Great comments in the chain above and thanks for stopping by It s certainly true that throughout history the authorities have tended to manipulate gold and silver whenever they could The London Gold Pool of the 1960s was a publically talked about means of intervention and Alan Greenspan s hints and testimonies reveal much here too In today s giant Bernanke experiment you might also say that the authorities have never had so much need temptation to manipulate the precious metals markets The burden of proof is 100 on the central planners to prove they re not up to anything untoward here However even as gold investors deeply cynical about the financial system the COMEX data we found appeared as we present it above There need to be more traders requesting delivery to destabilise this fractional market At the moment these speculators seem happy to play That is not to say there are not questionable things going on behind the scenes but the public data available to us didn t reveal this What might be going on behind the scenes is for another research piece JerseyJoe Fair enough Billy but perhaps there is a broader pool of information that could be tapped to at least draw the COMEX data into question rather than presenting it as if it were the conclusive word on what is going on After all as you acknowledge these commodities have been manipulated throughout history Indeed wars have been fought over it perhaps the most visible being the Opium War s I believe your report which was insightful and interesting about the COMEX data as they potentially likely scripted it would have more fair and balanced if it acknowledged the ABN AMRO announcement which clearly draws the COMEX data into serious question which revealed the obvious if the gold is so readily available why default on customer obligations Beyond that there is a wide array of other sources like the ones discussed here linked below about how the COMEX delivery data and the COMEX

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  • The top five gold commentators - The Real Asset Company
    commentary via our RSS feed View all posts by Will Bancroft Popular Posts Related Posts Why is Germany repatriating their gold COMEX revealed Investigating the paper gold market The top five gold commentators 5 things repatriating gold bullion says about the country Daily Nugget gold climbs 10 since January Understanding the London Gold Fix Is gold a safe haven How China is taking over the world one gold bar at a time Peter No mention of FOFOA then I see just the usual list of hard money socialists Alles klar http www youtube com Crack Wow Another roll call for the elite of Klueless World News yipee Vik Devraj Klueless World News ha well I guess it takes two opinions to make a market All I know is that excluding Kyle Bass Jim Rogers and a few others they get access to a pretty fair amount of the top investors IMHO Jerry I appreciate the list of respected advisors Only time will tell if their shared perspectives are accurate or not Had you written this article on gold and silver commentators a few years ago I would have added Ted Butler He s not a gold bug but his insights into silver have changed the way the other precious metal is viewed I say a few years ago because I forgive your exclusion as Ted mainly keeps to himself these days for his paid subscribers Thanks again for the kudos to deserving folks Paul I hard money socialists an excellent oxymoron Ean De Vosper Good read and not a bad selection What about Doug Casey He has a multi decade track record of buying value Might not be a short term trader but he d get you in and out of the gold bull market at pretty good times I reckon Also who d you give your portfolio to in the list to manage if you had to I m saying Ben Davies Pingback Check Gold Price Is Gold Hustling for a Move Pingback Is Gold Hustling for a Move The 1 Resource for all gold and silver price stock share charts graphs news and current information on Silver Price Today Check Silver Price Today Pingback Is Gold Hustling for a Move Check Live Gold Prices and Gold Price Today and Silver Prices The 1 Resource for all gold prices today market research price stock share charts graphs news and current information on live gold rates Gold Coin Pri Pingback Is Gold Hustling for a Move http Jon Where s Nadler and Gartman Very disappointing not to see them high on the list G Miki Nadler and Gartman Ha ha For general economic news Try Jim Puplava at Financial Sense Newshour Jim reads voraciously and is truly down to earth has an investment firm and is a big resources maven He does nearly daily podcasts with all the top analysts steve Nadler is an infamous disinformation expert of Gold and silver he has spent most of his energies in always knocking Gold and silver he is constantly wrong I have caught him out many times Stay away Gartman is a show man have some fun but don t take seriously Pingback Is gold in your permanent portfolio The Daily Gold tom Great choices except for Rickards Rickards is CIA works for the power elite and NEVER EVER talks about ending the fed only mending it Consequently he s always blathering on about going back to a gold standard which is obviously the wrong approach Listen to Ron Paul when he admonishes us to go for competing currencies not another government run gold standard which will only be abused and thrown off sometime in the future Because it s a fool s errand to try and med the Fed it must be ended Rickards has tipped his hand and cannot be trusted http www youtube com user bigdad06 featured Kyle Good list Jim Sinclair is my favorite The only one you missed was James Dines who is the original gold bug He should take Jim Rickards spot who has not always been friendly to gold and silver Neil Don t disagree with the commentators chosen above I also very much like the hard hitting Jim Willie see http www goldenjackass com Jon Ben Davies at No2 ahead of James Turk and Eric Sprott Ha what a joke This is a funny article http www silverstealers net tss html Charles Savoie I have no interest in any alleged ranking on someone s totem pole of personalities Information and results matter most rather than who has the message because the rank and file is the group that matters most Someone began by focusing on gold then some years later included silver due to Ted Butler s influence Then I as ranking historian in silver was accorded tacenda status passed over in silence Others ask funds for their work mine is always as public service only Archives of http www silver investor com and 2 sites http www silverstealers net and http www nosilvernationalization org The Silver Users Association has to date mentioned only 2 long side voices in silver Butler is one I m the other The 2 featured documentaries at the last 2 sites tally 761 pages of intense documentation as to who the metals suppressors are All free access and in response to 1 of these the metals suppressors finally erected a site in summer 2011 http www pilgrimsociety org At their site they mention Caspar Weinberger a member who as Defense Secretary presided over the give away of most of the former USA strategic silver stockpile to the Silver Users Association It is not central banks bullion banks or governments suppressing precious metals It s this one organization you just now read about and they ve been suppressing as an organization since 1902 and before that their antecedents for generations Gary Swanson I have observed and participated invested in the PM markets for forty one years Jim Sinclair would also

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