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Manipulation of Gold & Silver by Bullion Banks

Manipulation of Gold & Silver by Bullion Banks

As a former spot currency trader for a major international bank, I have had first-hand experience of central banks directly intervening in currency markets in massive size, repeatedly. You’ll hear a lot of people say market manipulation is a conspiracy theory, despite the fact that it has been proven in court several times in various assets classes and especially in precious metals. Books have been written about Gold and Silver manipulation for decades. Central Bankers have admitted it publicly. Now it has become so obvious that it’s predictable. I know because I made 500% in less than 24 hours on Friday last on a 1-week SLV 15.50 strike put option I bought on Thursday at 2pm. I bought that put expecting the Bullion Banks to come in and hammer the metals, given the typical signals I was seeing ahead of each time they slam Gold and/or Silver lower. Moreover, I began warning people on Twitter a week ahead of time that this could happen (note the dates posted):

I’ll provide those typical signals later, but let’s take a look at what happened to Gold…

Since May 24th, Gold has been capped at its 200 day moving average despite being oversold, extreme overbearish per the DSI and Funds positioning being at levels that has consistently led to strong rallies over the past 3 years. Yet, on this occasion the price went down?

So why did the price go down? Below is the daily changes in Gold open interest (“OI”) on the COMEX up to and including Friday last.

Notice how OI rose significantly around May 10, and the price of Gold fell hard. Then OI fell consistently but the price did not rise, instead it remained capped under its 200-day MA. Then, beginning Tuesday, June 12 and for the next two days, open interest rose a total of 18k contracts.

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