Eight Unanswered Questions About the Very Curious Case of JP Morgan Gold Spoofing John Edmonds

In the past, I’ve covered this story of JP Morgan gold spoofing John Edmonds on my news site and indicated that I would continue to monitor this story. In fact, you can reference my last post this past February about JP Morgan banker John Edmonds here, as I was most interested in his specific gold … Continue reading Eight Unanswered Questions About the Very Curious Case of JP Morgan Gold Spoofing John Edmonds

Why the Ongoing Case of the JP Morgan Banker Charged with Gold Spoofing May Hold the Key to Future Gold Prices

Five months ago, I told you that I had been very closely following the case of John Edmonds, the JP Morgan banker accused of manipulating gold prices lower with gold spoofing behavior, since December of 2018. Mr. Edmonds was scheduled to be sentenced for his crimes at the end of 2018, but before his sentencing, … Continue reading Why the Ongoing Case of the JP Morgan Banker Charged with Gold Spoofing May Hold the Key to Future Gold Prices

Gold Price Manipulation, the DOJ, & Banker Suicides

Today, I want to explore the real impetus behind the US Department of Justice investigation into JP Morgan’s nefarious gold price rigging schemes, because I suspect there is much more to this story than what meets the eye. Why has the US DOJ suddenly embraced the fight for justice against bankers and charged them with … Continue reading Gold Price Manipulation, the DOJ, & Banker Suicides

Why Past Gold and Silver Prices May Be Irrelevant to Future Prices

Today’s article is a follow up to yesterday’s article in which I warned against a short-term pullback in gold and silver prices and provided price targets for those short-term price pull backs. Though people say history always repeats itself, and this is largely true when it comes to Central Bankers' history of deliberately creating global … Continue reading Why Past Gold and Silver Prices May Be Irrelevant to Future Prices