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Thursday, April 28, 2016

The big gold short: More paper gold is traded in London everyday than all available physical gold in the world

In the movie The Big Short, banks were buying and selling derivatives on mortgage bonds at rates of hundreds if not thousands of times the actual number of houses tied to those bonds.  In fact, it was the advent of the Synthetic CDO (collateralized debt obligation) that turned a housing crisis into a global financial collapse.

Yet because global governments didn't unwind these trades when the need for a bailout came, and jail the bankers who created the environment for global collapse, they simply gave the criminals on Wall Street and London the motivation to keep committing fraud and manipulation in not only the housing market, but in every market.

Following the decision to keep interest rates down to near zero, and initiating a program of money printing that was labeled as 'Quantitative Easing', central banks desperately needed to keep the price of gold down so that the true value of the dollar, euro, and yen would not be realized by the public or general economy.  And they did this by removing all protections to the gold market and allowing paper derivative contracts to dictate the physical markets.  And now five years later, that manipulation has reached levels where more paper gold contracts are traded everyday in London than the total amount of physical gold that is available in the entire world.


Currently, the number of contracts on the COMEX represents 300 times as much paper gold as there is physical metal in the COMEX vaults. Moreover, this number has ballooned at a faster pace over the past two years or so. The 300:1 ratio of contracts to physical ounces is propped by powerful restrictions. The COMEX forbids delivery of gold on the ramps to satisfy a gold contract, under threat of banning the party from participation and entry in the door. Almost nobody takes actual delivery of their metal, except for the big Wall Street banks which steal gold from other depositors. These banks also routinely rig the windows to enable removal of investor gold in the GLD Exchange Traded Fund, and silver from the similar SLV fund. Imagine a gold futures contract with no delivery possible. How absurd! But it has been the reality since June 2012. 
The situation is perhaps even more frightening in the London Bullion Market Assn (LBMA). This market sees $trillions worth of gold trades every day. The activity is truly baffling. On individual trading days, more gold changes hands within contract trading (paper shuffling) across the London market than all the available gold in the world. Yet no metal moves anywhere, in a grand charade. These are merely paper transactions, with almost no actual metal ever in movement. The staggering leverage and dilution should not make any sense to the rational observer. However, in sharp contrast, the Eastern nations are accumulating gold in large volume. - Dr. Jim Willie, Silver Doctors
And now you see why the new gold price mechanism initiated at the Shanghai Gold Exchange will soon be the most powerful change agent the world has seen in perhaps 100 years.  Because not only will it allow gold prices to finally break away from their paper restricted manipulations, but it will eventually force all assets to be laid bare when gold is once again the underlying foundation of all money.

Tuesday, April 26, 2016

The final battle between paper and physical gold is underway, and the line to defend for the cartel is $1300 per ounce

One of the most significant elements in gold price determination is the technical data points that usually spark the central banks to summarily kill any rally, and work to suppress the price using billions in paper contracts.  We saw this most recently on April 21 when in less than 5 minutes, a bullion bank dumped over $2 billion in naked gold contracts, which is 20% of the global mining output for the precious metal.

But these desperate efforts are quickly beginning to fail, and have only a very short-term affect on a price that is strongly in favor of going much higher.  And just as quickly as the central banks and Treasury ordered their lackey banks to naked short gold to protect the dollar five days ago, the price rebounded strongly to actually close the day in the green by a few dollars.

In the newest publication put out today by Dr. Jim Willie, the esteemed statistician and analyst announced that with the opening of China's new price mechanism at the Shanghai Gold Exchange, the final battle between paper and physical gold is underway, and the last line of defense for the paper markets is to hold the $1300 price.


Currently, the number of contracts on the COMEX represents 300 times as much paper gold as there is physical metal in the COMEX vaults. Moreover, this number has ballooned at a faster pace over the past two years or so. The 300:1 ratio of contracts to physical ounces is propped by powerful restrictions. The COMEX forbids delivery of gold on the ramps to satisfy a gold contract, under threat of banning the party from participation and entry in the door. Almost nobody takes actual delivery of their metal, except for the big Wall Street banks which steal gold from other depositors. These banks also routinely rig the windows to enable removal of investor gold in the GLD Exchange Traded Fund, and silver from the similar SLV fund. Imagine a gold futures contract with no delivery possible. How absurd! But it has been the reality since June 2012. 
The situation is perhaps even more frightening in the London Bullion Market Assn (LBMA). This market sees $trillions worth of gold trades every day. The activity is truly baffling. On individual trading days, more gold changes hands within contract trading (paper shuffling) across the London market than all the available gold in the world. Yet no metal moves anywhere, in a grand charade. These are merely paper transactions, with almost no actual metal ever in movement. The staggering leverage and dilution should not make any sense to the rational observer. However, in sharp contrast, the Eastern nations are accumulating gold in large volume.
GOLD & SILVER PRICE REVERSALS 
The gold reaction to the Shanghai market development has been muted. But a powerful reversal is in progress, which should be impossible to halt or to obstruct. An unsual pattern shows itself in an upward bias Cup & Handle toward a reversal, where the $1300 level is well defended. - Jim Willie, Silver Doctors

Tuesday, April 19, 2016

It's Official! China sets new Yuan denominated gold price at Shanghai Gold Exchange

On April 19, China officially validated the rumor and initiated a new Yuan denominated gold price at the Shanghai Gold Exchange (SGE).

Officially setting the opening price at 257.97 Yuan, or $39.87 per gram, China has now thrown down the gauntlet against London and the Comex for control over the global physical gold market.


China launched its yuan-denominated gold benchmark on Tuesday in Shanghai as it seeks to secure more sway in the pricing of the precious metal.
The Shanghai Gold Benchmark Price (code: SHAU), is the quote for trading of 1kg, 99.99 percent purity bullion, denominated in the Chinese yuan and derived from multiple rounds of trading. 
The benchmark was set at 257.97 yuan per gram on Tuesday, the Shanghai Gold Exchange (SGE) said in a statement. 
The benchmark also lays the foundation for shifting bullion trading in Shanghai from mostly spot to derivatives to increase the appeal of yuan-denominated bullion trading as financial instruments for both domestic and global investors. - People.CN

Saturday, April 2, 2016

U.S. gold refiners running out of metals and starting to show insolvency

An interesting piece of news showed up on Friday which was not part of some April Fools joke.  It involved one of America's largest private gold and silver mints, and their inability to both provide gold to a customer who made a purchase from them back in February, and even worse, their inability to refund the customer their money.

Yet perhaps of even greater import, this mint and refiner admitted to a mainstream news source that they in fact owe between 100 and 200 customers a refund in which they are currently unable to pay.


FEDERAL WAY, WASH. - The owner of a large gold and silver mint based in Federal Way admits he owes money to 100 to 200 customers all over the country. 
Ross Hansen, owner of Northwest Territorial Mint, says he has not delivered products or refunded money to those customers even when they demanded it. 
Northwest Territorial Mint is one of the largest private gold and silver mints in the country. 
One of those unhappy customers is Kelly Clifton, who runs a small ministry in Sultan. 
Clifton ordered $6,000 worth of gold bullion in February from a small inheritance. A few weeks later, while still waiting for the gold, she says she asked for a refund. The company gave her half, she says. 
“The rest of it, we were told, we may get or we may not get,” said Clifton.
Other customers have similar complaints. - Chanel5 News/Seattle via Silver Doctors
The bottom line is that years of manipulated gold and silver prices by London and the U.S. Comex are leaving more and more mints and miners unable to function, and many are either shutting down or becoming insolvent.  And this will result in only the strongest gold sellers surviving in the coming months and years, and an opportunity for companies like Karatbars to take a huge chunk of the remaining market share when more and more individuals turn towards gold as the ultimate safe haven to protect their wealth.

Tuesday, November 24, 2015

Watchdog reveals that the London banking system protocols allow for money laundering by terror groups

Since 9/11, most of the draconian laws instituted in the West under the guise of ‘fighting terrorism’ were never meant to actually fight and stop these radical groups, but instead they were created to instill fear, and remove liberties from the people’s of these countries.  And one does not have to go very far to realize this than to look just 10 days ago in Paris where a small group of terrorists were able to inflict massive amounts of violence under the noses of a government that already had massive surveillance and wiretapping systems already in place to protect against incidents like this.
But besides communication and coordination,  terrorists also need funding to be able to carry out their horrific objectives.  And in a new report from the watchdog group, Transparency International, a study on one of the most surveilled cities in the world shows that very little has been done to secure their banking systems from being used as a monetary conduit for terrorists, and that their banks are wide open to playing a big role in today’s terrorism.

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Sunday, September 13, 2015

Got Karatbars? Your options to get physical gold are now limited as even London is virtually wiped out

Over the past several months, the run on physical metals such as gold and silver have been as great as the demands of 2008, and even those that took place in 1980.  And besides the fact that sovereign mints such as those in the United States and in Canada have halted sales of bullion coins to brokers and dealers since early summer, even independent dealers and mints are experiencing backlogs of nearly six weeks to get their customers any physical metals.

But as the financial signals spreading from Asia to Europe, and again to the U.S. scream of a market and currency collapse, or at the very least a severe recession coming upon us, North America is not the only place where physical gold and silver is getting scarce, and according to well known metals analyst Koos Jansen, it is nearly impossible to get it from ground zero... ie... London.

Just after my colleague Ronan Manly wrote a very extensive article on how much gold is left in London (not much), Petropavlovsk Chairman and Co-Founder Peter Hambro discusses gold at Bloomberg Television. He, like Manly, concludes there is very little physical gold left in London. From Mr Hambro:
My baseline is they [the Chinese] have been buying and the Indian have been buying in enormous quantities. It’s virtually impossible to get physical gold in London to ship to those countries. We get permanent requests from Russia, would we please sell our physical gold to India and China. Because there is no physical, only endless promises. And I really worry that the market, that paper market, could be stamped on and people will say “sorry we’ll have a financial close out”, and it’s all over.
Perhaps this quote explains why UK gold export directly to China in June was not a net outflow from the UK - because there is little gold left in London (Manly, Hambro) and thus the UK had to ramp up import from the US in June to send forward to China.
The Financial Times reported on similar gold shortages in London. From the FT (2 September):
The cost of borrowing physical gold in London has risen sharply in recent weeks. That has been driven by dealers needing gold to deliver to refineries in Switzerland before it is melted down and sent to places such as India, according to market participants.
“[The rise] does indicate there is physical tightness in the market for gold for immediate delivery,” said Jon Butler, analyst at Mitsubishi.
I’ve also asked BullionStar CEO Torgny Persson in Singapore what he’s currently seeing in the precious metals markets. He replied there are shortages in both the gold and silver market. From Mr Persson:
I just got off the phone with A-Mark which is one of the world’s largest wholesalers. They are reporting that they have no gold and silver at all live available, that they have stopped taking orders for Silver Maples and Silver Philharmonics altogether and that Silver Eagles are available first in the end of November. ForPamp, there is similarly long delivery times for all minted gold bars.
We still have most products in stock because we stocked up as massively as we could in the last weeks but for many products, we are unable to replenish as of now when we run out.
Big squeeze with shortages starting now both on the wholesale/retail level and at the bulk level… Unless the paper price is reverting up, it may not subside this time around and then the paper fiat mess (including paper prices of gold and silver) is in trouble. If it goes to the point of shortages at the bulk level like 1kg gold bars and 1000 oz silver bars, the emperor will stand without clothes. - Bullion Star

So if you are still looking to get some physical gold now that demand is at a near all-time high, and supplies are so scarce that delays are upwards of two months before delivery, what alternatives do you have to not only secure your wealth, but protect yourself from the coming paradigm shift that will end the era of fiat currencies and bring a return to the gold standard?

The answer lies in Karatbars




Buying gold through Karatbars is one of the easiest things on the net.  In fact, the business model of Karatbars is to sell gold in affordable quantities, such as 1, 2.5, and 5 gram increments, and allow customers to get into the metal without having to shell out $1200+ for a single ounce coin.

And as added perks to signing up with Karatbars, as a customer or affiliate, you can have the power to move your money into a free e-wallet that functions just like an offshore bank account, and is outside the authority of the banking system.  From there, you can take your fiat currency in any denomination... dollars, euros, yen, etc... and purchase physical gold which can either be delivered directly to you, or stored for free at one of Karatbar's vaults.

Additionally, any gold that you buy can easily be sold back to Karatbars, or any metals dealer, and if with Karatbars it is then exchanged for currency that is uploaded to you through a pre-loaded debit Mastercard which is connected directly to your e-wallet.  And as we know, MasterCard is recognized in nearly every country around the world, and usable in any currency that accepts it.

But perhaps the best feature with Karatbars is their affiliate program, where you can earn money off commissions from getting others to sign up and become a customer or affiliate.  Not only do you receive commissions from their purchasing of physical gold, but you also earn commissions from anyone who buys a commission package, with that money going directly into your debit MasterCard when you have enough units to cycle.

Imagine the ability to earn the money in which to buy your gold savings simply by purchasing a commission affiliate package one time, and then getting others to sign up and do the same thing.

How many businesses or entrepreneurs can build an infinite business with spending less than $400 of their own money?  And there is never a mandatory requirement to buy beyond what you desire, on your own schedule.  And there is nothing to lose, because you're using money (paper dollars) to buy gold (physical money) and in the end you don't lose a thing.



The global financial system, along with dozens of respected economists, are telling us that now is the time for the end of our current form of money, and the beginning of the transition into a new monetary system that is expected to be backed by gold.  And with banks, governments, and even Harvard professors mandating that central banks have no choice but to eliminate cash from usage by the people to stave off collapse, will you wait until it is too late to make a decision on how you will protect your wealth, and be able to function within the coming new monetary system?

To learn more about Karatbars, you can contact the individual who sent you this article, and click on their referral link to open a free account and begin buying, or building your own gold savings or business with the company of the future.

Friday, May 29, 2015

Bloomberg confirms Jim Sinclair’s $50000 gold prediction if China backs currency with metals

A few years ago, the well respected precious metal analyst Jim Sinclair issued a prediction that the price of gold could be valued as high as $50,000 per ounce should the markets be let loose and free to find true price discovery.  On May 27, that prediction was suddenly confirmed by Bloomberg who determined that if China were to back their currency with gold, the price would need to be valued 50 times higher than the current paper spot price set each day by the Comex and London.
In fact, if the current spot price of $1192 per ounce were increased by a factor of 50, the price of gold would not just be $50,000, but would be much higher and reside at around $60,000 per ounce in U.S. dollars and thus be able to facilitate China’s use of the metal for a gold backed currency.
 
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Wednesday, February 12, 2014

Jim Willie: London and U.S. bankers are stealing Saudi Gold

One of the most interesting and least publicized outcomes of the CIA… err Arab Spring fomented revolution in Libya two years ago was the fact that the Western banks stole 144 tons of gold from the Libyan central bank, exactly at a time when Venezuela was demanding back their gold reserves held in the Fed.  This demand for gold by central banks in the West, who have either sold off or leased not only their own gold, but the gold of foreign countries they held as a courtesy, is now causing the unthinkable to occur, a threatening of the end of the petro-dollar agreement with Saudi Arabia by way of stealing Saudi held gold in Western vaults.



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Wednesday, November 27, 2013

Mayor of London publicly gives his allegiance to the elite

The office of mayor in nearly every city in the world is manned by an official who is voted into office by the people they are expected to represent.  Quite often however, like in the case of New York City’s Michael Bloomberg, these officials prove through their actions that their allegiance lies in the forwarding of personal agendas, or in many cases, pandering to those in power in the corporate world.
The most astonishing however, are those elected officials who outwardly make their allegiances known, and virtually spit in the faces of the common men and women who put them into office.  Such is the case with London Mayor Boris Johnson, who recently wrote an op-ed for the British media where he stated that we should all be ‘thankful for the super-rich’, and instead of challenging them on their corrupt activities that siphon the wealth from the people and middle classes, we should hold them in some false idolatry as the benefactors of society who pay for, and keep the welfare flowing.



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