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blog.milesfranklin.com / Andrew Hoffman / July 28th, 2014
Here’s all you need to know – starting with today’s COMEX gold and silver options expiration. Trust me, it’s no “coincidence” that we witnessed the 56th “Sunday night sentiment” raid of the past 57 weeks and 267th “2:15 AM” attack of the past 301 [...]
Gold got quietly sold down once trading started in the Far East on their Friday, with the low of the day coming shortly before lunch in Hong Kong. Then equally as quietly gold began to rally a few dollars until [...]
gotgoldreport.com / Gene Arensberg / Saturday, July 26, 2014
HOUSTON – You know that bearish gold call from Goldman Swaps Sachs on Thursday that helped push gold lower, albeit not really very much? Let’s look at the action in gold and silver in hourly terms with the COT cutoffs shown to refresh the memory.
srsroccoreport.com / by Charles Savoie / July 25, 2014
Nothing is as great a danger to gold and silver investors as The Pilgrims Society. Across the years, not only has The Pilgrims Society, with its twin branches in the world‟s top two international banking districts—London and New York, featured as members, unknown [...]
Gold has moved higher in London this morning after gold in Singapore traded sideways overnight. Futures trading volume has picked up from yesterday’s very low volumes and is just 13% below the average for the past 100 days for this time of day, according to Bloomberg [...]
The gold price was comatose until the HFT boyz showed up shortly after 9 a.m. Hong Kong time on their Thursday. Then gold proceeded to chop sideways under the $1,300 spot price mark until the 9:30 a.m. EDT open of the [...]
silverdoctors.com / by Marshall Swing / JULY 24, 2014
I have been saying for a while now thatworldwide economic collapse is soon to come to a country near you, a state near you, a city near you, and right up to your doorstep.In all the financial world, no other than one Martin Armstrong gets it [...]
It was a nothing day in gold yesterday, as it traded within a $6 range for the entire Wednesday session—and the low and high ticks are immaterial. Gold finished the day at $1,304.00 spot, down $3.50 from Tuesday’s close. Net volume was very [...]
jessescrossroadscafe.blogspot.com / BY JESSE / 23 JULY 2014
The metals were a dull trade today, although the miners were beleaguered by the usual mischief. There was nothing of real interest to report in the Comex activities from yesterday. The Comex may some day have little more relevance to real market prices than an exhibit at [...]
truthingold.com / Dave in Denver / July 24, 2014 at 12:02
The 15% rise in silver from its 14-month lows reached in end of May has been attributed to inflationary worries over the latest US reports (CPI & PCE) as well as classic short covering of a consolidation period [...]
The metals were a dull trade today, although the miners were beleaguered by the usual mischief.There was nothing of real interest to report in the Comex activities from yesterday. The Comex will soon have less relevance of an exhibit at the Smithsonian.
gotgoldreport.com / by Gene Arensberg / July 22, 2014 09:10:48 PM
HOUSTON – One of our longtime members, who, because of the firm he works for (as a senior officer), has to remain anonymous, checked in to make an observation about the large trader positioning and we thought it worthy of sharing with the [...]
After the obligatory downtick at the open, the gold price didn’t do much in Far East trading on their Monday—and shortly before the London open, it was back in positive territory—albeit barely. There was a rally shortly before 1 p.m. BST [...]
gotgoldreport.com / By Gene Arensberg / July 19, 2014
HOUSTON — On July 15 we posted the net positioning of the COMEX large trader particpants in these pages, saying at the time: “We pretty much have to conclude that the Swap Dealer commercials and perhaps the Producer/Merchants together decided the time had come to [...]
goldmoney.com / By Alasdair Macleod / 18 July 2014
Before yesterday’s (Thursday) rise in bullion prices, precious metals were in corrective mode this week after recent rises. There were two big stand-out sales of gold contracts on Monday, estimated to be about 5,000 contracts at the European opening, and 15,000 on the US opening. [...]
paulcraigroberts.org / Paul Craig Roberts and Dave Kranzler / July 16, 2014
July 16, 2014. The first two days this week gold was subjected to a series of computer HFT-driven “flash crashes” that were aimed at cooling off the big move higher gold has made since the beginning of June. During this [...]
The gold price rallied quietly until shortly after 2 p.m. Hong Kong time on their Thursday afternoon—and from there it got sold down to almost unchanged by 1 p.m. BST in London, which was twenty minutes before the Comex open. The [...]
The gold price had a positive bias to it all Wednesday, but the smallish rally that began a the Comex open wasn’t allowed to get very far—and got sold down a bit as the New York trading day progressed.
The gold price did virtually nothing for most of the Tuesday trading session. There was the smallest hint of a rally in early morning trading in London—but from it’s ‘high’ gold got quietly sold down until it was back to basically [...]
gold-eagle.com / By David Levenstein / July 15, 2014
Gold prices fell sharply on Monday after posting their sixth straight weekly gain. The price of the yellow metal came under some initial selling pressure during the Asian and European session, but on the opening of Comex when some trader dumped an estimated [...]
blog.milesfranklin.com / By Andrew Hoffman / July 15th, 2014
When history books are written, last week may be described as theturning point in the – war between TPTB’s five-year deception – via money printing, market manipulation, and propaganda – and thereality that the terminal stage of history’s largest Ponzi scheme has arrived. [...]
Following Monday’s $1.3 billion paper gold dump on the COMEX open, the cartel has hit gold and silver again Tuesday, and has finally succeeded (for now) in driving spot gold back under the critical $1300 level- but it took twice the amount of paper [...]
truthingold.com / Dave in Denver / July 15, 2014 at 10:22
Gold prices ended the U.S. day session sharply lower Monday, pressured by heavy profit taking and capitulation by weak-handed longs. The steep downdraft in prices also set off pre-placed sell-stop orders.
The sell-off accelerated shortly after the Comex futures [...]
Today a man who has been involved in the financial markets for 50 years discussed the gold and silver smash and why the orchestrated smash is essential to avoid igniting a derivatives time bomb. Below is what John Embry had to say in this timely interview.
silverseek.com / By Theodore Butler / July 14, 2014 – 9:15am
It’s now going on close to 30 years since I first discovered that silver was manipulated by excessive and concentrated short selling on the COMEX. I remember the exact moment like it occurred yesterday. It’s hard to believe I was in my 30’s when [...]
gotgoldreport.com / Gene Arensberg / Saturday, July 12, 2014
As of Tuesday COT cutoff neither large trader combatant retreated. One side probably gave ground in Thursday’s rally attempt, but not yet decisively. Like trench warfare until one side or the other is overrun and vanquished.
HOUSTON (Got Gold Report) – We believe there are two [...]
harveyorgan.blogspot.com / Harvey Organ / Friday, July 11, 2014
Gold closed down $1.70 at $1337.00 (comex to comex closing time ). Silver was down 5 cents at $21.41 In the access market tonight at 5:15 pm gold: $1338.00 silver: $21.44 GLD: no change in gold inventory at the GLD (tonnage now 800.05 tonnes). SLV : [...]
goldmoney.com / By Alasdair Macleod / 11 July 2014
The debate in precious metal markets today is whether or not the three-year bear market is over and a new uptrend is establishing itself. But assuming for a moment that the gold price has turned the corner, will the bullion banks be able to keep a [...]
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