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Get Ready To Party Like It’s 2008 - Dave Kranzler

By Dave Kranzler 2 days ago 3932 Views No comments

The U.S. financial system is experiencing an asset “bubble” that is unprecedented in history. This is a bubble that has been fueled by an unprecedented amount of Central Bank money printing and credit creation.

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Trading And Investing In Gold: Follow The Money - Dave Kranzler

By Dave Kranzler 11 days ago 6570 Views No comments

The paper gold attack that I first suggested might occur in the September 7th issue has taken gold from $1360 down to $1270 (continuous contract basis).

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GATA: Those Who Deny Gold / Silver Manipulation Won’t Answer Basic Questions - Dave Kranzler

By Dave Kranzler 12 days ago 5122 Views No comments

Unfortunately, those who deny that gold/silver are manipulated have never offered any response to the direct proof that Central Banks intervene directly in gold trading. The article below presenting just the facts was published by GATA.

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Former FOMC Member Admits The Fed Manipulates Asset Prices - Dave Kranzler

By Dave Kranzler 19 days ago 4413 Views No comments

The Fed often treats financial markets as a beast to be tamed, a cub to be coddled, or a market to be manipulated. It appears in thrall to financial markets, and financial markets are in thrall to the Fed, but only one will get the last word.

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Peak Housing Bubble: The Big Short Is Back - Dave Kranzler

By Dave Kranzler 24 days ago 7144 Views No comments

Wash, rinse, repeat. The American public never gets tired of the destructive abuse it suffers from Wall St. The deep sub-prime mortgage market is roaring back and, with it, the nuclear bomb-laden derivatives that triggered round one of The Big Short de facto financial system collapse.

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Will The Fed Really “Normalize” Its Balance Sheet? - Dave Kranzler

By Dave Kranzler 1 month ago 5981 Views No comments

The Fed predictably held off raising rates again today. However, it said that beginning in October it would no longer re-invest proceeds from its Treasury and mortgage holdings and let the balance sheet “run off.”

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Why Is The BIS Flooding The System With Gold? - Dave Kranzler

By Dave Kranzler 1 month ago 7242 Views No comments

When banks need cash liquidity, the Fed extends short term loans to the banks and receives Treasuries as collateral. QE can be seen as a multi-trillion dollar Permanent Repo operation that involved outright money printing.

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Anti-Gold Puppet Now Hints Gold Will Soar - Dave Kranzler

By Dave Kranzler 1 month ago 6074 Views No comments

Jeffrey Christian has spent most of his career operating as a shill for the western Central Banks and bullion banks who lead the effort to manipulate gold using fraudulent paper gold derivatives. He scoffs at the idea that gold is manipulated. It was curious, then, when he was interviewed by Kitco and was recommending that investors should hold at least 20% of their assets in gold. He also forecast a $1700 price target.

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The Bitcoin And Cryptocurrency Bubble - Dave Kranzler

By Dave Kranzler 1 month ago 6949 Views 1 comment

The cryptocurrency craze reminds me of the internet stock bubble.

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The Coming Run On Banks And Pensions - Dave Kranzler

By Dave Kranzler 2 months ago 8551 Views No comments

The public awareness of the degree to which State pension funds are underfunded has risen considerably over the past year. It’s a problem that’s easy to hide as long as the economy is growing and State tax receipts grow. It’s a catastrophe when the economic conditions deteriorate and tax revenue flattens or declines, as is occurring now.

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