Originally posted by marg6043
They are getting bolder and bolder my friend when it comes to keeping the American public and small investors like hard working Americans from learning who is the daddy in charge or (crocks) in big finances.
Hey but we know how things work here in this thread, right? no surprises just reaffirmations of what we already know.
Today's $1.24 Billion Targeted Gold Slam Down Makes The Mainstream Press
For the first time in what may be ages, a phenomenon that has become near and dear to anyone who trades gold, and which at best elicits a casual smirk from those who observe it several times daily, we find that the WSJ has finally picked up on the topic of the endless daily gold slam down, where the seller in complete disregard for market disruption (because in a normal world one wants to sell any given lot without notifying the market that one is selling so as to get a good price on the next lot... but not in the gold market where the seller slams the bid with reckless abandon) ignores market depth and in a demonstration of nothing but brute price manipulation force, slams every bid down just to demoralize further buying. Naturally, that this simply provides buyers with a more depressed price than is "fair" is lost on the seller, but not on the buyers who promptly bid up the metal as attempt to demoralize buying end in failure after failure. Yet it is peculiar that today, for the first time, the intraday gold slam down has finally made the MSM. To wit:
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Originally posted by merkej23
reply to post by nydsdan
Hmm I think your right, I follow silver VERY close, and the past few days its been under 30 dollars I think the suppression is soon to get out of TPTB's control. Stocks and the dollar are doing very poor YET silver is below 30 an ounce, be afraid is my view. Granted its not this month maybe not the next BUT silver is soon to be like gold and become SUPER priced. The true value many economist believe is near 980 an ounce sooo BUY NOW! Its gonna be a bumpy ride.
Why do people think their 401K/IRA's are safe? People mutter about the evil corrupt banks and wall street but every week they continue to contribute. Do people really think that because they put their money into a 401K that it is safe?
I got the feeling that the retirement accounts just like SS has been robbed a long time ago, is just that under our corporate dictatorship we the people are not privy to the truth.
Originally posted by Surfrat
I remember the 90's when there was a huge outcry about the Japanese snapping up US assets with US dollars. The politicians and the media were chanting "Buy American". I'm not sure what happened since then. Seems like the media is asleep or are in the employ of global corps.