posted on Aug, 21 2007 @ 11:45 AM
From what I remember the figure was much larger than that. The commodities I was reviewing for my Company were apparently housed in WTC 4, the
basement. I was working on Wall Street that day. I was a proprietary trader at the time. I do not have a link to the information, but this was
stored on my computer when I was reviewing the monetary costs of the destruction of the towers for my company back then. I am not even sure if these
figures are correct, because so many of the involved parties either said they were not sure of the exact amounts or they refused to help in my review.
I believe the only 2 figures I was able to attain that were supplied with some certainty were the first 2. The bank of Nova Scotia figures were
reportedly set to be transferred at some time in the not so distant future. Scheduling took place prior to 9-11.
Comex metals trading - 3,800 gold bars weighing 12 tonnes and worth more than $100 million
Comex clients - 800,000 ounces of gold with a value of about $220 million
Comex clients - 102 million ounces of silver, worth $430 million
Bank of Nova Scotia - $200 million of gold