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Venezuela defies sanctions to sell another $40 million in gold reserves


Date: 23:42 15/07/2019
Monday, July 15, 2019

Modern Monetary Theory is fact and practice, and market rigging is its consequence


Date: 16:21 14/07/2019
Modern Monetary Theory, which has been getting much attention lately, is so controversial mainly because it is misunderstood.

Golden blunders: How a string of technical mishaps has hampered Canada's junior gold miners


Date: 19:38 13/07/2019
Saturday, July 13, 2019

Tocqueville's John Hathaway: Gold's breakout foretells big change in financial order


Date: 16:39 13/07/2019
Tocqueville gold fund manager John Hathaway latest investor letter, published this week, questions five points of what seems to be the convention wisdom about the world financial system and the gold mining industry. He asserts that gold's recent breakout is "a big deal" and "could be an early warning that the global financial order may be headed for significant change."

Michael Hudson: De-dollarizing may collapse the U.S. financial empire


Date: 05:14 13/07/2019
Nobody dissects the mechanisms of U.S. dollar imperialism as well as the economist and historian Michael Hudson, a professor of economics at the University of Missouri at Kansas City.

Pam and Russ Martens: Charts suggest tape painting pushes stocks to new highs


Date: 03:05 13/07/2019
Friday, July 12, 2019

GATA Chairman Murphy reviews gold market rigging for GoldSilverPros


Date: 22:28 12/07/2019
GATA Chairman Bill Murphy, interviewed this week by Robert Kientz of GoldSilverPros.com, discusses GATA's research into the longstanding central bank policy of suppressing gold prices through market manipulation. They also discuss growing evidence that the physical gold market is overtaking the rigging of the futures market, as well as the refusal of mainstream financial news organizations to investigate government intervention in the markets. The interview is 25 minutes long and can be viewed here:

Why do regulators ignore market rigging? Because government does it and it's legal


Date: 15:58 12/07/2019
Silver market rigging critic Ted Butler's new commentary details the capture of the commodity markets by derivatives employed by a small number of financial houses, thereby destroying market pricing. His commentary is headlined "Deliberately Looking Away," referring to the failure of the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission and Justice Department to do anything about it.

James Grant: The Fed could use a golden rule


Date: 15:19 12/07/2019
Friday, July 12, 2019

Alasdair Macleod: A whale is accumulating silver futures, probably China acting through JPM


Date: 20:10 11/07/2019
GoldMoney research director Alasdair Macleod, analyzing the futures market positioning of large traders and hearing from silver miners about how they sell their product, concludes today that a "whale" has been loose in the silver market, first suppressing prices to facilitate accumulation of metal, more recently hedging itself in preparation for higher prices. Macleod believes that the "whale" is the People's Bank of China and that JPMorganChase is acting as its broker.

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