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Sentiment has changed! Gold/Silver now in demand!

January 16, 2015

After some 3.5 years of struggle for gold investors we now could witness a major change in sentiment for 2015. Traders are now looking seriously at gold and silver as safe haven investments for the next year (at least). I am expecting the cyber price of gold and silver to double by late 2015. This would not be a major move in the cyber price as manipulation will likely continue to hold these prices within a range. The sentiment, however, may create a huge demand for the physical metal (bars and coins) and this could set off the double (or more) by the end of 2015. A few financial pundits are starting to wake up to our ‘simulated’ computer markets (now mostly electronic and within cyberspace). The wise and discerning will desire a physical ‘thing’ (like gold/silver coins) when they become aware of our imaginary markets!

The cyber price ($$$) of silver is much below what it should be based on supply/demand! This suppression of price is likely to change in 2015 as the sentiment within the world trading community is changing! A double in the cyber price is likely in 2015!

I have been writing for some 6 years about our cyber dollar and all our cyber currencies. Few, however, perceive the ‘imaginary’/’simulated’ reality of these currencies. I sense that most pundits are not aware of their own inner ‘consciousness’ or the nature of their ‘consciousness’. When a person becomes aware of their inner ‘consciousness’ they should discover that all our cyber currencies are within this memory space. We call the space where these currencies reside by the name ‘cyberspace’. What few discern is that ‘cyberspace’ is really an EXTENSION of one’s ‘consciousness’. This makes all of our global cyber currencies IMAGINARY. Traders are clicking their computer mouse buttons after they internally decide (within their consciousness) what others are doing. This means that all traders are trading ‘imaginary’ currencies (mere symbols and names) which reveal themselves as ‘numbers’ within their computer screens.

The suppression of the cyber gold price was evident from mid-2011 thru 2014. Sentiment waned as our Central Bank manipulators dumped ‘naked shorts’ on the electronic futures market. This cyber manipulation may not be as effective going forward!

I have recently noticed that the psychology of our markets are changing in serious ways. Traders are becoming aware that the prior stimulus programs of our Central Banks did not work to sustain growth. What happened is that all these stimulus programs temporarily allowed more borrowing and debt to accumulate and some of this debt/credit did produce additional growth in real wealth. This game is now mostly over and the market seems to sense this reality. So going forward, I sense that new safe havens will emerge and gold/silver will benefit (especially if traders take physical possession of the metals). This change in trader sentiment is likely to cause a DOUBLE in the cyber price for both silver and gold in 2015. It will be interesting to watch how the Central Bank manipulators react to this new sentiment! Will they double down on their ‘naked shot’ selling? We will need to watch and see! Enjoy! I am:

4 Comments leave one →
  1. hallenberg2005 permalink
    January 16, 2015 3:44 pm

    a possible reason for the gold and silver move is an article”i have a theory” today.”i believe the snb was massively short gold and dropped the peg to cover their short.” the author goes on to back this statement up in a very convincing way.  


    • January 16, 2015 4:46 pm

      The SNB short covering would explain some of today’s price action, but this is only part of the story. The sentiment in the larger trading community (starting now) is changing and gold is being given much more credence as a safe haven. Bonds and stocks are losing some momentuum and deflation is prevalent globally. This means that gold and silver should be more logical as future safe havens.My sense is that Central Bank manipulation will be more difficult going forward as more investors choose the physical. D

      On Fri, Jan 16, 2015 at 3:44 PM, Kingdom Economics – The Future Is Now wrote:



  2. Andrew permalink
    January 22, 2015 10:20 pm

    Deflation reduces the price of assets. As paper currency shrinks, less dollars are available to pay for the same assets. Gold is an inflation hedge, not a deflation hedge. Assuming the currency remains a currency, cash is king in a deflationary environment.


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