Four Reasons Why Gold Mining Executives Often Possess Very Distorted Views of Future Gold Price Behavior

There are three reasons why gold mining industry executives  often have distorted views of future gold price behavior that turn out to be the opposite of reality and why they have been reactionary, versus visionary, as a group, regarding price trends in precious metals. In fact, a great many, I discovered, often deployed the exact … Continue reading Four Reasons Why Gold Mining Executives Often Possess Very Distorted Views of Future Gold Price Behavior

Gold, Silver and Bitcoin Analysts that You Should Immediately Unfollow

Here are some quick tips regarding gold, silver and bitcoin analysts you should unfollow that will help you navigate the treacherous seas of “advice” provided by gold, silver and bitcoin analysts in the mass media. For some reason, it seems as if the worst gold, silver and bitcoin analysts that provide the worst price forecasts … Continue reading Gold, Silver and Bitcoin Analysts that You Should Immediately Unfollow

Bullion Banks Continue to Hemorrhage Physical Gold, and Now, Also Physical Silver

Please Note: You may NOT republish this copyrighted article in full on your website. Please reference the republishing rights noted on our news site, maalamalama.com/wordpress to properly publish the legally allowable content of this article. The first article I published about the factors driving massive divergences between the prices of spot and physical gold on … Continue reading Bullion Banks Continue to Hemorrhage Physical Gold, and Now, Also Physical Silver

Did China Foil Western Banking Spoofing of Gold Markets in Shanghai this Month?

In this article, I will explore why I believe that China stopped Western banking spoofing of gold in Shanghai and discuss how gold will figure into the future global currency system after the global financial system implodes at some point within the next couple of years, perhaps sooner than later (especially since it just likely … Continue reading Did China Foil Western Banking Spoofing of Gold Markets in Shanghai this Month?

Gold Disinformation Reported by the Mass Media

Mass financial media constantly spreads gold disinformation In recent weeks, now with gold and silver continuing its upward march, I’ve observed a lot of gold disinformation in mass media articles that have stated the reason for gold price’s continuing march higher as attributable to future expectations of US inflation rates rising above its current annualized … Continue reading Gold Disinformation Reported by the Mass Media

Bankers Continuing to Lose their War Against Gold and Silver

The latest CME stops and issues report illustrates that bankers are continuing to lose their war against gold and silver. To begin, I want to state that for those of you that read my article “Bankers are Hemorrhaging Physical Silver to Start April”, I posted an important correction to some of the data shortly after, … Continue reading Bankers Continuing to Lose their War Against Gold and Silver

Protected: The Biggest Undiscussed Risk in the Global Financial System, Part 2, Transcendent Patron Access Only

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Violent Price Divergences Are Developing Between Physical Precious Metals and Futures Prices

Violent price divergences are developing between physical precious metals and futures prices for the big four: gold, silver, platinum, and palladium. Rapidly rising initial and maintenance margins into a collapsing global stock markets have undoubtedly caused forced selling of precious metals futures contracts. In addition, margin calls in both futures and stock markets have exacerbated … Continue reading Violent Price Divergences Are Developing Between Physical Precious Metals and Futures Prices

Protected: Gold and Silver Update, for Patrons (Transcendent Level) Only

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Gold Update for 15 January 2020

As you can see from the chart above, gold has been trapped in about a $100 trading range for nearly half a year between $1,450 and $1,550 an ounce, with the exception of two brief periods – between the end of August/start of September and most recently, as gold spiked as high as $1,613 recently … Continue reading Gold Update for 15 January 2020