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Feb032015

Silver – Leave Your Tin Foil Hat at the Door

It used to be said that one could judge someone by the company they kept. The problem for those moderately or opportunistically attracted to silver a look around most of the information sources for the metal will find the airwaves jammed with a flock of tin-foil hatted enthusiasts that are obsessed that the Powers That Be are manipulating down its price to get back at them. This is enough to put anyone serious off any metal. Between the gold bugs and the tin-foil hatters, the two metals that should be explicable in the most simple of monetary or store-of-value terms, are periodically turned into sideshow acts with resident freaks.

The length of the current malaise in the two metals has put the conspiracy theorists into a form of shock which has lessened their presence as opinion-formers. Paradoxically one hears more of them on the way up than when silver, for instance, is down in the dumps. On the way up they claim that the Fed/Big Banks/Bilderberg are holding back the rise. When the prices are down they are far more tranquil (usually because they are licking their wounds and wallowing in “I told you so” retrospective justification.

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Reader Comments (3)

Dear Bob,

In the article below those who believe that silver prices are being suppressed in the futures markets are humorously described as ‘tin-foil hatted enthusiasts that are obsessed that the Powers That Be are manipulating down its price’.

This implies that the writer has an alternative explanation for the long term intra-day price trends identified by Dimitri Speck in The Gold Cartel.

I would be extremely grateful to learn what this explanation is or receive a link to an article that provides this information.

Thanking you in anticipation of your assistance.

Regards,

Rob

February 4, 2015 | Unregistered CommenterRob

Hi Rob,

I am aware of his book but sorry to say I haven't read it. The intra-day price trends are what they are and in the bigger picture but don't really use them in our predictive analysis.

Maybe some of our readers can throw some light on this area of expertise.

Sorry we cant be more help, Bob

February 4, 2015 | Registered CommenterSilver Prices

What a crock of shit. 40% of 1 year of silver production is held in short positions on the Comex by 3 banks. Take off your blinders.

February 5, 2015 | Unregistered CommenterRoger

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