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Posts tagged 'COMEX'

​COMEX Gold EFP Use Surges - Craig Hemke (10/03/2020)

By Craig Hemke 23 days ago 37824 Views No comments

If you're a regular reader of these pages, you may recall that we've been documenting the ongoing fraud of "Exchanges For Physical" for the past several years. With trading volumes surging during these turbulent times, EFP use is surging again, too. Thus it's time for an update.

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The Endless War on Gold and Silver - Craig Hemke (19/12/2018)

By Craig Hemke 1 years ago 71372 Views 1 comment

The Banks have profited for years by controlling open interest, sentiment and price so you must expect them to continue their efforts in 2019.

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What Is Mr. Palladium Telling Us? - Craig Hemke (04/12/2018)

By Craig Hemke 1 years ago 87780 Views 1 comment

Today we coin the term "Mr. Palladium", as this particular metal may be offering its own bit of foreshadowing

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The Same Old COMEX Games- Craig Hemke (31/10/2018)

By Craig Hemke 1 years ago 18015 Views No comments

A small move in price enables The Banks to lay the shorts right back on.

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Ahead of Wednesday's FOMC-Craig Hemke (25/9/2018)

By Craig Hemke 2 years ago 7476 Views No comments

On Wednesday, the FOMC will hike the fed funds rate again and promise three or four additional hikes in 2019. But be aware that this forecast is far from being a done deal.

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What Is A Bank, and What Is A Commercial? Craig Hemke (12/09/2018)

By Craig Hemke 2 years ago 15045 Views 2 comments

The positions of "Speculators" and "Commercials" within the COMEX gold and silver markets, currently shows relative positions not seen in decades, if ever.

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The Yuan-Gold Peg and the Commitment of Traders Report - Craig Hemke (01/08/2018)

By Craig Hemke 2 years ago 38477 Views 2 comments

The Commitment of Traders reports for COMEX gold and silver are back to levels that often precede price bottoms. Could they also be telling us something about the current yuan-gold correlation?

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More on COMEX "Exchanges For Paper" - Craig Hemke (20/06/2018)

By Craig Hemke 2 years ago 23483 Views 1 comment

At the current run rate, total volume of COMEX contracts "exchanged for physical" in London looks to exceed 8,500 metric tonnes for calendar year 2018.

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COMEX EFP Use Continues To Surge - Craig Hemke- (12/06/2018)

By Craig Hemke 2 years ago 36039 Views 1 comment

The increasing use of EFPs on the COMEX is very likely a sign of physical demand stress within the digital derivative pricing scheme.

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COMEX Exchanges For Physical-Craig Hemke (17/04/2018)

By Craig Hemke 2 years ago 69137 Views No comments

Very few people understand—or even know of—the opaque COMEX-->LBMA process known as "Exchange Futures For Physical". Even the term is misleading, as there's clearly nothing "physical" about it.

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A Lesson In Suppression- Craig Hemke (12/04/2018)

By Craig Hemke 2 years ago 3860 Views No comments

If Comex digital metal prices were back down today solely upon easing war fears, I think we'd all be relieved and fine with it. But when you realize that yesterday's "market" action was simply just the latest act of The Criminal Banks, you might feel otherwise.

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It Is What It Is But It's Not What It Seems - Craig Hemke (19/12/2017)

By Craig Hemke 2 years ago 36874 Views 4 comments

What needs to happen in 2018? Investors on every level need to demand delivery of true physical gold.

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Eric Sprott Talks Lows in Gold, Comex Shenanigans, and Answers Your Questions (Weekly Wrap-Up, December 15, 2017)

By Craig Hemke 2 years ago 25480 Views No comments

Lows in gold, Comex curiosities - it's been an interesting week for precious metals. Whether or not there will be a rally in 2018 remains to be seen, but if history is anything to go by, there just may be a lift in the market as we turn the calendar to the new year.

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Another Tradable Low Coming - Craig Hemke (6/12/2017)

By Craig Hemke 2 years ago 39810 Views No comments

The divergence from the USDJPY correlation illuminates The Bullion Bank effort to smash price below the 200-day MA and flush out as many Spec longs as possible before the next rise. We saw this is May and in July and we are seeing it again now.

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More Strange And Disturbing Action In The Paper Gold Market - John Rubino (5/12/2017)

By John Rubino 2 years ago 19166 Views No comments

For at least the past decade the behavior of the people who trade gold futures contracts – and thereby determine the metal’s price – has been generally predictable: The “commercials” – big banks and companies that buy gold to do things with it – have suckered the speculators – mostly hedge funds who chase trends – into going very long and very short at exactly the wrong time.

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