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👉 Gold and silver manipulation

GOLD PRICE SUPPRESSION is "the BIGGEST ISSUE in the WORLD ... it involves the valuation of all capital, labor, goods and services in the world and these valuations are being set in a really imperialistic and totalitarian way and not in an open and transparent way & we think this is evil."

Gold market manipulation also called gold price manipulation or suppression, can be defined generally as a deliberate attempt to control the gold prices.

This type of manipulation exists in financial markets as traders try to control the markets; in the current case, the gold market.

It might be responsible for some short-term aberrations in asset prices, including the price of gold. Nonetheless, there is another, more particular definition. According to the US Securities and Exchange Commission.

Manipulation is a deliberate behavior designed to deceive investors by controlling or artificially influencing the market for a security.

This consists of, rigging quotes, prices, or trades to create a false or deceptive picture of the demand for a security.

A popular belief within the gold investing community is that gold prices are manipulated, broadly downwards, in what is described as price suppression.

The CME Group, which operates the major futures exchanges in the U.S., has recently renewed what it calls its 'central bank incentive program,' which gives enormous volume trading discounts to governments and central banks for surreptitiously trading all the futures markets. The CME group has created mechanisms for secret trading by governments to get discounts while trading gold and silver futures in the U.S.

Right now, the central banks and their minion banks, who very well may be the owners of the Central Banks, are the market makers.

Deutsche Bank finally admitted in a court of law that the price of silver had been rigged. The significance of this development cannot be overstated because it implies that the gold price has also been manipulated. Deutsche Bank is openly admitting to participating in these market fixes.

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The manipulation is not just a way for the banks to make money. It is a massive conspiracy to keep the metals price down and hide the rising price, which is a sign of a failing currency, while also discouraging people from trying to protect themselves with gold and silver. Inflation is a massive wealth transfer from the people to the Central banks and the one-percenters.

It is created by money printing, and the process is managed by the Fed. It is a massive conspiracy of massive theft from the people and allowed by the governments.

There’s manipulation. But it’s not only a downward manipulation. It’s a game of shorts and longs. And yeah, the ultimate long-run manipulation is fiat money. But this isn’t a long-run manipulation that serves us poorly. The low price of metals against debt (and their resistance to inflation) helps the smarter savers to avoid inflation on savings. Savers should be thanking the world for its stupidity.

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