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Post  jack on Fri Nov 21, 2008 6:41 am

I propose something that I have always forgot to mention. I have often thought the gold market has been utilized as a balance sheet exchange device for entities. Whether, it be currency or other. This idea might be trackable through daily currency values, bonds, trrasuries. It would take a little time to match any correlation especially during times of world duress. But, it might be there. I don't know if anyone has brought this to attention.

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Post  Shelby on Tue Dec 02, 2008 5:03 pm

Listen to Marc Faber around the 4 min point forward:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Th4yIW521M8&feature=related

When the Fed restricted short selling, then speculators sold their LONG positions, because they could no longer hedge them with offsetting short positions.

Also we have a Perfect Storm with capital gains redemptions from 2001 bottom:

https://goldwetrust.forumotion.com/stocks-f2/junior-mining-companies-t15.htm#437

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Post  silberruecken on Tue Dec 02, 2008 6:35 pm


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Post  Shelby on Sat Dec 13, 2008 12:50 pm


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Post  Shelby on Mon Dec 15, 2008 9:17 pm

I didn't verify this, just sharing:

http://financialsense.com/fsu/editorials/shepherd/2008/1215.html

...So a total of $975 Billlion Dollars would be required as an absolute maximum to bail out every single foreclosed mortgage in America.
So why do we have an $8.5 trillion Dollar solution to solve a $975 Billion Dollar problem?...

The insiders set up the derivatives to fail, then the proceeds (they are on the short side of the trade) get paid out to them, as these are bailed out by the govt!! Amazing!! So obvious!!

And don't you think those insiders will be buying up everything once they are done converting those $600 trillion derivatives to Treasuries which the FED will then monetize for them in near future.

Can you say HYPERINFLATION? Gold & silver to the moon (which is not necessarily a good thing, means everyone else will be angry and hungry).

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Post  Jeremy on Tue Dec 16, 2008 1:31 am

If I understand correctly what was said in the last post, that is exactly what I believe is/has happened.

The "bets" were made with institutions "to big to fail". The money was funneled through the "to big to fail"

dead institutions to pay whomever they choose. Under the auspices of paying out there obligation to the

swap agreement of course. Anyone that is playing this game can afford to take token losses elsewhere when

you are talking about these sorts of sums that are being paid out. Sick and brilliant at the same time.

How long will the freshly created "money" sit? I think they are systematically acquiring things of real value.

I'm not sure that they will allow hyperinflation yet and that depends how concentrated the fresh money is.

Why not let "deflation" run its course? Like Jefferson said:
first by inflation and then by deflation, the banks and corporations that will grow up around them will deprive the people of all their property until their children will wake up homeless on the continent their fathers conquered.
Especially when you are freshly cashed up!!



Another thing...we are not seeing all of the new money being funneled in this fashion. It is not just the $2trillion.

Swaps that will never be repaid. http://www.investopedia.com/terms/c/currencyswap.asp?viewed=1

Look at all of the concentration of gold happening. http://www.exchangetradedgold.com/index.php

If you really want to get crazy you could say that it looks as if there is an outpost in each jurisdiction to

to concentrate then confiscate the gold. New ones are popping up all the time.






http://www.augustreview.com/issues/globalization/trilateral_plan_to_corner_world_gold_market?_20081209107/http://www.investopedia.com/terms/c/currencyswap.asp?viewed=1Swaps

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Post  Shelby on Wed Dec 17, 2008 6:26 pm

Excellent gold vs. silver commentary, also makes the point that people don't get productive again until there is a world war:
http://www.mcalvany.com/podcast/wp-content/uploads/ica2008-1217.mp3

I do not agree put metals in safety deposit box. Never put your metal in a fractional reserve banking institution, as they are all inherently bankrupt.

http://www.mcalvany.com/podcast/wp-content/uploads/ica2008-0409.mp3
http://www.mcalvany.com/podcast/?cat=1

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Post  Jim on Tue Dec 30, 2008 4:54 am

I respect Wiegand's opinions. It could get nasty:

http://www.kitco.com/ind/Wiegand/dec222008.html

And, remember Exter's pyramid. One wants to be at the bottom, in silver and gold, which have been used as money for over 6,000 years:

http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Inverse_pyramid_of_John_Exter.png

http://search.comcast.net/search?cat=Web&con=ie7&q=exters+pyramid

Then, there's Jim Willie CB, whose opinions I respect. Jim Willie moved to Costa Rica three years ago to avoid what he thinks is coming:

http://www.kitco.com/ind/willie/dec292008.html

Blessings, and all the best in 2009.

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Post  Shelby on Wed Dec 31, 2008 3:36 am

Yes those analysts views are in line with possibility imo.

Nice start of a newsletter from Hommel (someone emailed this to me):

http://silverstockreport.com/2008/boat.html

But you know he can't make a dent in the problem with his current strategy. Coins can not substitute for world fiat liquidity. Coins may help a few people do some subsistence local barter. But 200,000+oz of silver? What does Hommel think he is going to stand on his mountain with his shotgun?

We are headed for a tempest of humility. Those who engage people in large numbers and do real things, I think they will be most in harmony with Gods work during this time. This means get out of the armchair and get out into the real world.

For example, those who are retailers, might want to consider opening a shop to buy silver & gold jewelry below market price of melt as desperate people will be dumping their jewelry, then resell at melt. But none of this really seems like a viable plan. Seems to me viable plans will either involve joining the cabal system in what ever role they allow for you, or you go completely offgrid or you find someway to build your own small society and try to get your economies-of-scale up for most things yuo can produce yourself.

It is really more of religious lifestyle issue now. We all have to choose which side of the fence we will be on. As I see it, Hommel is forcing himself to be inside the cabal system. I am sure he doesn't see it that way, and he won't realize it until it is too late.

God bless him and all of you.

If there is anything I can do, please do not hesistate to ask. I am a reasonable man.

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Post  Shelby on Sat Jan 17, 2009 5:50 am


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Post  Shelby on Mon Jan 26, 2009 2:14 am


...committing to billions—and in the U.S., trillions—of dollars more. Won’t that influx of new money have some kind of significant bear impact going forward?

DG: No, it will have a bullish impact. Unless all the rules of economics have been rescinded, money pushed into a system will push economic activity higher...

He is forgetting the "liquidity trap", e.g. in Japan they increased the money supply by 25% in one year and they people+banks paid off debt, and thus didn't spend it. With $600+ trillion in derivative debt (obligations), then I am nearly certain there is a black hole that will suck up all debasement efforts. The only way to get growth in spending in debt-laden economies is to someone get the derivative bubble to stop imploding, which would mean stabalizing the prices of houses (Mortage Backed Securities), and keeping interest rates from rising (interest rate derivatives), etc.. I think this is impossible. When interest rates rise, most all adjustable rate mortages will fail. To keep interest rates from rising, the Central Banks will have to start buying Tbonds directly, which will be massively inflationary, probably due to a dollar collapse. If the dollar doesn't collapse, then it means all the CBs are forced to create hyperinflation in their own currencies (dollar exports monetary inflation).

The move down Exter's pyramid to gold&silver is UNAVOIDABLE!

TGR: But it will also push inflation higher.

DG: Oh, that’s very likely to happen. The question is whether it will be inflation of 1%, 2%, 5%, or will it be a Zimbabwean-like inflation? The latter isn’t going to happen, and 1% isn’t likely going to happen. But 2% to 5% inflation? Yes, that’s likely to happen several years down the line.

As explained above (and in another post I wrote recently...click my name), either the dollar collapses which means hyperinflation in USA, or we will get very high inflation in China, and severe problems in China.

...but you can go back to the recession of 1974; you can go back to 1980-81; you can go back to the recession of 1907, and you will see the same arguments—that the world is too debt-laden...

Can someone please show this man a chart of debt as a % of GDP from 1974 to 2008! It is now the highest it has ever been in USA, even higher than 1929:

http://mwhodges.home.att.net/nat-debt/debt-nat.htm

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Post  Shelby on Thu Jan 29, 2009 10:00 pm


Ron Paul wrote:...It’s fascinating that the European central banks sold gold while Asian central banks bought it over the last several years.

Since gold has proven to be the real money of the ages, we see once again a shift in wealth from the West to the East, just as we saw a loss of our industrial base in the same direction...

Actually there is a reason for this. As the productive base is lost (including the drop in the fertility rate and declining % of population that is young & productive), then the demand for debt based living can increase (if so stoked by fractional reserve money) as people live beyond their means in their means and delude themselves into thinking that they are productive. This demand for debt creates a demand to dump gold in order to sustain the fractional reserve money illusion. Essentially the boomers spent all they had, so the gold has to go to where they spent their money (Asia). It is just natural forces of economics at play.

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Post  silberruecken on Sat Feb 07, 2009 2:21 pm

From the Midas 07/02/09

On 12/15/08 the SLV inventory removals reversed and have gone up steadily sense then. The current rate of inventory accumulation is around 875,000 oz per working day. At this rate the JPM custodial max (264,550,265 oz from the "revised" Prospectus) will be maxed out the week of March 16th.
http://us.ishares.com/product_info/fund/overview/SLV.htmhttp://us.ishares.com/product_info/fund/overview/SLV.htm

Jim Willie of goldenjackass.com has heard through his sources that gold has been leaving through the back doors of the COMEX warehouses and there is a group of billionaires ready to empty the vaults by the end of March.
http://www.goldenjackass.com/members/jan2009_v2.html

Call me a conspiracy nut but I don't think it is a coincidence that mid March (March 19, 2009) is the exact time that Martin Armstrong's Economic Confidence Model predicts the next downturn and possibly the fall of the monetary system itself.
http://seekingalpha.com/article/103613-on-martin-armstrong-s-it-s-just-time

The model hasn't failed for 300 years and the cabal (especially JPM) KNOWS this more than anyone. It is the reason Armstrong has sat in jail or 8 years without a trial.

The new auto bailout plans are failing miserably and GM expects to run out of cash by March 31st if something big is not done.
http://online.wsj.com/article/SB123388066021554821.html?mod=yahoo_hs&ru=yahoo

The derivatives that will implode on a GM bankruptcy will run IN THE TRILLIONS OF DOLLARS! There is not a derivative counter party out there that is in the financial shape to take those kind of hits. When derivative counter parties fail the entire QUADRILLION DOLLAR derivative market fails.

Pile all this on top of all the "emergency stimulus money" being created in February that will surly fail miserably by Mid March and you have..not the "Perfect Storm" but...

THE PERFECT FINANCIAL TSUNAMI HEADED SMACK ON MID MARCH 2009!!!!

Hope everyone is ready!
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Post  Shelby on Sun Apr 19, 2009 5:54 am

http://financialsense.com/fsu/editorials/willie/2009/0416.html

...Signals from the corporate bond spreads suggest strongly that the USEconomy will falter worse. In the autumn of 2007, before conditions began to falter, corporate bond prices raised the red flag. The spread between corporate bond yields and USTreasury yields had begun to widen as the mortgage crisis showed its subprime prima facie that summer in 2007. More declines are coming, signaled by current corporate bond spreads...


... Furthermore, USFed authorities must be deeply worried about the seeds they are planting for future price inflation. The USFed just purchased $1.5 billion in Treasury Inflation Protection Securities (TIPS) in an unprecedented maneuver. No longer does the TIPS tell of inflation expectorations. What on earth is going in on their tiny minds?

The story not told often enough is the utterly huge short gold futures contract positions put on by JPMorgan immediately when the USFed announced its $1 trillion monetization plan in mid-March, and the additional batch of gold short contracts they put on during the G20 Dollar Funeral event in early April...

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Post  silversleuth on Sun Jun 07, 2009 5:48 pm

This is the most staggering white collar fraud ever, and we just let them get away with it. How can our government/congress just continue this coverup of trillions of dollars wasted/spent/missing....that’s $30,000 for each person in this country. Our elected “leaders” allowed it to be stolen and now cannot recall where it all went. Unbelievable. Rep. Alan Grayson asks the Fed Inspector General Elizabeth Coleman about the trillions of dollars lent out by the Federal Reserve Bank. You really have to listen to this woman’s spectacular display of ignorance to get a full picture of how fraudulent the “Federa”l Reserve Bank really is. If this makes you angry, then I suggest you contact your congressman and demand answers...

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www.silverbearcafe.com/private/05.09/mindingthestore.html

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