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Gold/Silver ‘Price’ Manipulation Will Continue!

December 31, 2014

Given that our Central Bank and their trading desks are most likely behind all the price manipulation of silver and gold I see no reason this can not continue indefinitely. Let’s look at a couple of recent charts to see why price manipulation can be continued by our Central Bank via the Globex Electronic Exchange or any other electronic exchange. Notice the chart below and the sharp price increase (the green line). The silver price increased from $15.90 to $16.40 in minutes. A trading algorithm most likely executed this trade to sharply increase the silver price. Algorithms now process most trades within our global cyber markets!

The above chart shows how prices can flucuate within our computer screen due to electronic/algorithmic trading in realtime. 

This chart on 12/31/2014 (one day later) shows how the silver price declined from $16.27 to $15.58. In one day the price can vary by nearly $1.00 on our electronic markets.

Prices today are all cyber prices which change with trading strategies at various computer desks. I have watched the manipulation of the silver/gold prices for over 3.5 years and the sophistication for monitoring and controlling these prices continues unabated. The likely culprit in all this manipulation of price is most likely our Central Bank at 33 Liberty Street, N.Y. Our Fed has their central trading room on the 9th floor of this building and the evidence is that trading is being used to manipulate all our markets via these centralized computers at the New York Fed. The following article gives additional info on how this Fed trading operation rigs the foreign exchange markets:

By Pam Martens and Russ Martens: August 20, 2014

Trader on the Open Markets Trading Desk at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York

“According to the Oxford Dictionary, the word cartel can mean either businesses that seek to restrict competition or a coalition “intended to promote a mutual interest.” Under at least the second definition, the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, a key regulator of the biggest Wall Street banks’ holding companies, has been sponsoring (yes, sponsoring) a cartel for decades.

To grasp the sheer insanity of what the New York Fed is doing, imagine going to the Securities and Exchange Commission’s website (another Wall Street regulator) and finding that it has loaned out its web site and its imprimatur to multiple Wall Street cartels writing their own rules of conduct. It sounds Orwellian doesn’t it.

And yet this is the website address for the New York Fed-sponsored Foreign Exchange Committee: which has been operating for the past 36 years and whose three key members, JP Morgan Chase, Citigroup, and Morgan Stanley, are likely to be charged this fall, according to press reports, with involvement in rigging the very foreign exchange market they are engaged in writing best practices for under sponsorship by the New York Fed. ”

The mostly secret trading operations at the New York Fed are involved with manipulating all of our electronic markets. My assumption that they are manipulating silver/gold prices is now held by many astute financial pundits. I see no reason these financial criminals can not continue their surreptitious manipulations going into 2015. The policy of our Fed is that gold is a barbarous relic and yet they are so afraid of letting the price of silver or gold reflect real market supply/demand. This is criminal behavior IMO. Take the time to visit the financial website and click on the charts link. You can watch as these prices are manipulated in realtime from day-to-day. Enjoy! I am:

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