John Ward – Crash 2 : Panic In The Markets, But The Gold Price Falls 1.5%. Why? – 4 June 2012


‘The global economy’s foundations are weakening, one by one. Already hobbled by Europe’s debt crisis, the world now risks being hurt by slowdowns in its economic powerhouses. The U.S. economy, the world’s largest, had a third straight month of feeble job growth in May. High-flying economies in China, India and Brazil are slowing, too.’


CRASH 2: Bad news spreads to Asia, South America…and Australia

It’s been a long time coming, but Crash 2 is now very close indeed. And it looks as though the Eurozone collapse will both accelerate and speed up that crash.

But the AP report (only four days behind The Slog) makes this odd observation:

‘Fears of a global economic downturn have sent investors rushing toward the safest possible investments: U.S. and German government bonds.’

They have indeed….but there’s a rather big elephant in that observation: why isn’t gold rising in price? The Gold price fell 1.47% in May, but the U.S. Mint’s sales of American Eagle gold bullion coins in May rose 158% over the total number purchased in April.

Long-term Sloggers will know we’ve been here before. Be it paper trackers, coins or bullion, the gold price is being systematically capped.

American Eagle silver bullion sales for May 2012 were reported at 2,875,000 coins, up nearly 89% from the 1,520,000 silver bullions coins sold in April 2012. But the silver price declined for the third consecutive month in May.

To those who still doubt the reality of manipulation, let me pose a simple question: after 3,000 years of the immutable law of supply and demand, why are gold and silver striking out on their own in defiance of that law?

The answer is mulivariate, but can be summed up in two words: sovereign fraud. Everyone except the Chinese right now has a vested interest in keeping the price of gold down. If allowed to rise naturally, Gold would be at $4000, and the Dow would be struggling at 4000.

The Gold Rush must be stopped, the central banks believe. But they are mere courtiers to King Canute. I’m going to buy some more bullion this week. Nobody and nothing is big enough to keep the price of precious metals down.

Funny how markets must decide…until they decide against The Markets. Explain that one, Milt baby. link to original article


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