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Why Are The Banksters Telling Us To Sell Our Gold When They Are Hoarding Gold Like Crazy?

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Why Are The Banksters Telling Us To Sell Our Gold When They Are Hoarding Gold Like Crazy?The big banks are breathlessly proclaiming that now is the time to sell your gold.  They are warning that we have now entered a “bear market” for gold and that the price of gold will continue to decline for the rest of the year.  So should we believe them?  Well, their warnings might be more credible if the central banks of the world were not hoarding gold like crazy.  During 2012, central bank gold buying was at the highest level that we have seen in almost 50 years.  Meanwhile, insider buying of gold stocks has now reached multi-year highs and the U.S. Mint cannot even keep up with the insatiable demand for silver eagle coins.  So what in the world is actually going on here?  Right now, the central banks of the world are indulging in a money printing binge that reminds many of what happened during the early days of the Weimar Republic.  When you flood the financial system with paper money, that is eventually going to cause the prices for hard assets to go up dramatically.  Could it be possible that the banksters are trying to drive down the price of both gold and silver so that they can gobble it up cheaply?  Do they want to be the ones sitting on all of the “real money” once the paper money bubble that we are living in finally bursts?

Over the past few weeks, nearly every major newspaper in the world has run at least one story telling people that it is time to sell their gold.  For example, the following is from a recent Wall Street Journal article entitled “Goldman Sachs Turns Bearish on Gold“…

Another longtime gold bull is turning tail.

Investment bank Goldman Sachs Group Inc. said Wednesday that gold’s prospects for the year have eroded, recommending investors close out long positions and initiate bearish bets, or shorts. The shift in outlook was the latest among banks and investors who have soured on gold as its dozen-year runup has been followed by a 12% decline in the last six months.

Goldman began the year predicting gold would decline in the second half of 2013, but said Wednesday the drop began earlier than expected and doesn’t appear likely to reverse. Like others, the firm said the usual catalysts that have been bullish for gold during its run are no longer working.

Major banks over in Europe are issuing similar warnings about the price of gold.  The following is from a Marketwatch article entitled “Sell gold, buy oil, Societe Generale analysts say“…

Analysts at Societe Generale predict in a note Thursday that gold prices will fall below $1,400 by the year’s end and continue heading south next year.

They cite two main reasons:

1.  Inflation has so far stayed low and now investors are beginning to see economic conditions that would justify an end to the Fed’s quantitative easing program.
2.  The dollar has started trending higher, which should make gold prices move lower as the physical gold market is extremely oversupplied without continued large-scale investor buying.

And even Asian banks are telling people to sell their gold at this point.  According to CNBC, Japanese banking giant Nomura is another major international bank that has turned “bearish” on gold…

Nomura forecast gold prices will fall in 2013, on Thursday, becoming the latest bank to turn bearish on the precious metal which has been a favorite hedge for investors who fear aggressive monetary stimulus will lead to rising inflation.

“For the first time since 2008, in our view, the investment environment for gold is deteriorating as economic recovery, rising interest rates and still benign Western inflation (for now) will likely leave some investors rethinking their cumulative $240 billion investment in gold over the past four years,” wrote Nomura analysts in a sector note on Thursday.

A lot of financial analysts are urging people to dump gold and to jump into stocks where they “can get a much better return”.  They make it sound like it is only going to be downhill for gold from here.  The following is from a recent CNBC article entitled “Gold’s ‘Death Cross’ Isn’t All Investors Are Worried About“…

Gold is flashing the “death cross” but the bearish chart pattern is not the only thing scaring investors.

The magnetic appeal of a rising stock market has pulled some investment funds away from the yellow metal. Since the beginning of the year, stocks are up nearly 7 percent and gold is down nearly 6 percent.

But if gold is such a bad investment, then why are the central banks of the world hoarding gold like crazy?

According to the World Gold Council, gold buying by global central banks in 2012 was at the highest level that we have seen since 1964

Worldwide gold demand in 2012 was another record high of $236.4 billion in the World Gold Council’s latest report. This was up 6% in value terms in the fourth quarter to $66.2 billion, the highest fourth quarter on record. Global gold demand in the fourth quarter of 2012 was up 4% to 1,195.9 tonnes.

Central bank buying for 2012 rose by 17% over 2011 to some 534.6 tonnes. As far as central bank gold buying, this was the highest level since 1964. Central bank purchases stood at 145 tonnes in the fourth quarter. That is up 9% from the fourth quarter of 2011, and the eighth consecutive quarter in which central banks were net purchasers of gold.

This all comes on the heels of decades when global central banks were net sellers of gold.  Marcus Grubb, a Managing Director at the World Gold Council, says that we are witnessing a fundamental change in behavior by global central banks…

Central banks’ move from net sellers of gold, to net buyers that we have seen in recent years, has continued apace.  The official sector purchases across the world are now at their highest level for almost half a century.

Meanwhile, insiders seem to think that gold stocks are actually quite undervalued right now.  In fact, insider buying of gold stocks is now at a level that we have not seen in quite some time.  The following is an excerpt from a recent Globe and Mail article entitled “Insider buying of gold stocks surges to multi-year highs“…

The TSX global gold index has lost about a third of its value over the past two years. The S&P/TSX Venture Exchange, stock full of gold mining juniors, hit a multi-year low this month.

Yet, executives and officers who work within those businesses are showing remarkable confidence that the sector is poised for better times.

In addition, the demand for physical silver in the United States seems to be greater than ever before.  According to the U.S. Mint, demand for physical silver coins hit a new all-time record high during the month of February.

And demand for silver coins has not abated since then.  Just check out what has been happening in April so far

The US Mint has updated April sales statistics for the first time since last week, and to no surprise, the Mint again reported more massive sales, with another 833,000 silver eagles reported sold Monday!   The April total through 6 business days is now 1.645 million ounces, bringing the 2013 total to a massive 15.868 million ounces.  In response to the continued massive demand for silver eagles, the mint also has begun rationing sales of silver eagles to primary dealers resulting in supply delays!  Just as was seen in January, tight physical supplies have seen premiums on ASE’s skyrocketing over the weekend and throughout the day, as ASE’s are rapidly becoming as scarce as 90%!

Something does not appear to add up here.

I also found it very interesting that according to Reuters, Cyprus is being forced to sell most of their gold reserves in order to help fund the bailout of their banking system…

Cyprus has agreed to sell excess gold reserves to raise around 400 million euros (341 million pounds) and help finance its part of its bailout, an assessment of Cypriot financing needs prepared by the European Commission showed.

So exactly who will they be selling that gold to?

And I also found it very interesting to learn that Comex gold inventories have been falling dramatically over the last few months.  The following is from a recent article by Tekoa Da Silva

A stunning piece of information was brought to my attention yesterday. Amid all the mainstream talk of the end of the gold bull market (and the end of the gold mining industry), something has been discretely happening behind the scenes.

Over the last 90 days without any announcement, stocks of gold held at Comex warehouses plunged by the largest figure ever on record during a single quarter since eligible record keeping began in 2001 (roughly the beginning of the bull market).

In particular, something very unusual appears to be happening with JP Morgan Chase’s gold…

JP Morgan Chase’s reported gold stockpile dropped by over 1.2 million oz.’s, or rather, a staggering $1.8 billion dollars worth of physical gold was removed from it’s vaults during the last 120 days.

So what does all of this mean?

I don’t know.  But I would like to find out.  Someone is definitely up to something.

Meanwhile, the central banks of the globe seem determined to put their reckless money printing into overdrive.

For example, the Bank of Japan actually plans to double the monetary base of that country by the end of 2014 as a recent Time Magazine article described…

On Thursday, the new governor of the Bank of Japan (BOJ), Haruhiko Kuroda, announced that the central bank would double the monetary base of the country — adding an additional $1.4 trillion — by the end of 2014 in an attempt to end the deflation plaguing the economy. To achieve that, Kuroda will buy government bonds and other assets to inject cash into the economy — what has now become familiar as quantitative easing, or QE — to bump inflation up to a targeted 2%. The plan is part of a greater strategy ushered in by new Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe to restart the economy through massive fiscal and monetary stimulus. It also expands on the efforts by the Federal Reserve, Bank of England and European Central Bank to stimulate growth and smooth over financial turmoil by infusing huge sums of new money into the global economy.

Many in the western world have been extremely critical of this move, but the truth is that we actually started this “currency war”.  The Federal Reserve has been recklessly printing money for years, and even though we are now supposedly in the midst of an “economic recovery”, the Fed is actually doing more quantitative easing than ever.

Anyone that thinks that gold and silver are bad investments for the long-term when the central banks of the world are being so reckless should have their heads examined.

However, I do believe that gold and silver will experience wild fluctuations in price over the next several years.  When the next stock market crash happens, gold and silver will go down.  It happened back in 2008 and it will happen again.

But in response to the next major financial crisis, I believe that the central banks of the globe will become more reckless than anyone ever dreamed possible.  At that point I believe that we will see gold and silver soar to unprecedented heights.

Yes, there will be huge ups and downs for gold and silver.  But in the long-term, both gold and silver are going to go far, far higher than they are today.

So what do you think will happen to gold and silver in the years ahead?  Please feel free to post a comment with your thoughts below…

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  • I can not afford gold or silver so I am indifferent to the elites agenda. I think there is a gold 401k but I do not have enough to start putting away for that either. Meanwhile I will wait for silver to drop below $40 an ounce before I buy more silver half dollars. Thanks for the article just the same.

    • Tim

      Silver is currently under $30.

      • April 11, 2013 – 06:09:02 PST

        Gold $1559.77 –
        $0.53 – 0.03%

        Silver $27.60 –
        $0.15 – 0.54%

        Platinum $1534.00 +
        $3.00 + 0.2%

        Palladium $725.02 +

      • Mondobeyondo

        It’s currently about $27.
        Only reason why I’m not buying, is I have no money. (You stupid Mondo, what were you thinking?!)

      • Well the silver coins are not under $30. Sorry about the confusion.

    • cateye

      Silver has been hovering around $28 for a while now. Silver dimes, quarters and halves can be obtained pretty easily. Get ’em while you can.

  • Brian McNary

    Clearly the bankers want to push the price of gold down so that they can get as much of it as they can- as cheaply as they can. This latest barrage of anti-gold propaganda occurred right before the EU demanded Cyprus’ gold.

    These thieves are not your friends. Do not listen to the banking cartel. When they say sell- just buy more.

    • Doc B.

      Well put. I certainly agree.

    • Roger Drew Williams

      The people of Cyprus wouldn’t stand for the haircut, and now when they have to give up PM’s, the price is being driven down so that the powers that be can collect even more of their assets to teach them a lesson. Or some such shenanigans. Tar and feathers is too kind.

  • Tim

    “Anyone that thinks that gold and silver are bad investments for the long-term when the central banks of the world are being so reckless should have their heads examined.”

    Agreed, sir, agreed.

  • mleblanc138

    My friends and coworkers know how much I like Silver. Sometimes they’ll say something to me like “Silver went down again today.” What I like to say back is that JP Morgan Chase is heavily manipulating the price of Silver and that one day the physical market will beat out the paper market. When(not if) that happens, the sky’s the limit for Silver.

    • Tim

      Right on!

    • Hambone

      It’s still hard watching the market… I went in with my kids and bought when it was over 30/oz, and I haven’t told them how far it’s dropped. I’m with you — I see the end game, but it’s hard to watch this now.

      I’m tempted to buy more, but with what?

      • Mondobeyondo

        With what? With fiat currency, of course!


        Point made.

      • mleblanc138

        I bought a bit over $2000 worth of Silver Quarters when the price was about $37 an ounce because I was so amazed to see a drop below $40. That was September 2011 and I thought it would spike right back up to the 40s. However, the majority of my Silver coin stash was acquired at face value by searching over 10 tons of coins over the past two years.

      • Roger Drew Williams

        My bank informed me that I will have to give them a one week notice if I want to withdraw over $5,000 in cash.

    • markthetruth

      YEP ! sky is the limit because ” EVERY CLOUD HAS SILVER LINING ”

      the end…

    • Orange Jean

      This may very well sound like a stupid question for those of you familiar with this sort of thing… but, if I can manage somehow to find a couple of old silver dollars my dad gave me years ago (he used to do that a lot as presents)… like the Kennedy ones. Would they somehow be worth more than a dollar, and if so… why would that be? I really don’t get that…

      • Das

        Most American coins 1964 and older are 90% sliver. So the sliver in the coin is worth much more than the face value of the coin

      • Orange Jean

        Thanks to you all for that responses. DiscouragedOne, I’ll check out your link when I have time…

  • K

    The answer is simple. They want your to sell your gold, and then buy stock. That would give the market one last big kick to the upside. They sell their stock at the absolute top of the market. Then buy the gold you have been foolish enough to sell. Is that not how the game is played?.

    • markthetruth

      The Moral of Michael’s Article is :

      “Never impose on others what you would not choose for yourself.”

      the end,,,

    • JustanOguy

      Excellent response… short, sweet and hits the nail on the head.

    • DownWithLibs

      Great! Bring down the price so I can afford to buy. Thanks Banksters!!!!

    • kathy k

      Exactly K as the saying goes”Do as they do not as they say”

    • Steve3

      Very good analysis

  • markthetruth

    Why Are The Banksters Telling Us To Sell Our Gold When They Are Hoarding Gold Like Crazy?

    Smart Phones
    Smart Cars
    Smart Watches
    Smart appliances
    Smart Robots
    Smart TV

    Dumb Humans !

    Answer : Misdirection

    the end…

  • Das

    Look at the long term buying power of gold. For one ounce you could buy a nice suite in 1900, 1950, 2000, and 2013. Try to do that with a dollar. I think late into the year will be a good time to buy. It will be down, maybe $1300? Reamber it’s more of a storage of wealth than an investment.

    • mleblanc138

      A while ago(August 2012 or so) I crunched some numbers and calculated that if you had saved Silver since 1964, you would be able to buy 75% more gas today than in 1964. However, had you saved paper money since 1964, you would be buying something like 92% less gas today. Not even 48 years of compound interest at 3% is enough to protect the purchasing power of paper money from 1964-2012. And we all know that the interest rate on savings accounts hasn’t been anywhere near 3% for quite a while.

      • Steve3

        Yes the paper money system is actually a huge failure in terms that while its good for exchange and transactions , the way the fed have suckered the Govt into having to pay interest leads to a continual inflation, that many, many don’t understand. Its all about purchasing power, thats why PM are superior because they retain purchasing value. tell me one commodity that has not gone up over the last 50 years. Check out how much a simple block of cheese goes up year after year despite factory efficiencies.

    • Mondobeyondo

      Oh how I’d love to recite verbatim, the piece and place where I originally saw this from. Alas ,I cannot.

      Around 1 or 2 B.C., a Roman coat of arms would have cost you about $1000 in U.S. dollars.

      In the year 1000, a quality Roman toga would have cost you about $1000 in U.S. dollars.

      In the year 2000, a quality Armani suit would have cost you about $1000 in U.S. dollars.

      In 2013, a pair of Ferragamo shoes is upwards of $600.

      Nothing really changes, really. Except inflation.

      • Walter Sobchak

        In 1900 a fine men’s suit would cost approximately $20. Today that same suite would cost more than $3000. What changed? The fact that people were using GOLD in 1900. That same $20 gold coin will still purchase that same suit. The dollar has NO intrinsic value. Gold (and Silver) is real money. The dollar is paper.

    • Das

      Suit not suite

  • Kitty of New Zealand

    I am SO confused. I’ve read somewhere to buy gold in the hand, not as a paper stock, but if an economic collapse happened here, i dont see how i could trade that for food? property? nobody i know owns gold. so it’d be useless in barter? Ok so if it was a 30 something year investment, maybe, but then who are we going to sell it back to? the cartel??? can anyone please explain the basics of the g.elite intent to me!

    • K

      In a true collapse, stock would be of little or no value. Actual gold will always be worth something. However, I believe food and general supplies should always come first. And I mean as much as you can fit.If things truly collapse who would you barter with? If you find someone who will barter, you might get 5 cans of stew, for an ounce of gold. Now with what gold is worth right now. How many cans of stew could you get for that much money? I suspect it would be at least a year before any barter system could be set up. And even then gold is worth too much to barter for necessities. If you are stocked to the brim with supplies, then I would start buying some silver. Silver is much better for bartering. Now if you are very rich. Then buy gold, for when a new economy surfaces several years down the road…

      • Kitty

        thank you so much that is very helpful 🙂

        • K

          You are welcome. You may notice a slight difference of opinion on this board as to the speed of the collapse. Many believe it will be a slow collapse. I believe it will start off slow. But at a certain point the economic pain will cause rioting, and great violence in the major cities. That and the Governments reaction to it, will cause an over the cliff collapse. If the violence does not happen, then I agree with the slow collapse opinion.

      • Tomburst

        ‘When a new economy surfaces several years down the road..’ ?? I keep reading comments of this kind on this site. Why do so many seem to think it will right itself and return to ‘normal’? Yeah like it’s all gonna swing round and work out fine again eventuall. This is gonna be chaotic,you know,like mad max time. There is NO,I repeat NO material security of any kind when this all explodes. Remember the roman siege of Jerusalem 70ad? People had swallowed gold coins for safeguard,and were gutted alive for them. Try eating gold when you’re hungry. Get food. But be prepared to lose it too. I’m neither an optimist nor a pessimist. Just a realist…
        …..apart from that,everything is fine 🙂

        • K

          You misunderstand. I said nothing about a normal economy. I said a new economy. I suspect something akin to the 1880’s. If you remember even Mad Max had barter town.

      • Wally

        I completely agree with you here. A bartering system will take awhile to setup and will only work if people are civil. Immediately after a collapse I think it will take a long time for people to be civil.

      • Orange Jean

        two things I always figured would be good for barter …. toilet paper and salt (some preppers forget about those too). The first is pretty much a necessity (OK you could use old newspapers, or leaves… but those darn things are scratchy and may not do a good job so I think if one had a huge stock of extra T-tissue it could become really valuable).

        Salt, well… there was a reason they used it say someone was “worth their weight in salt”…. not only does it make bland food taste a lot better, but it can be used to preserve food and is a type of topical antibiotic for some bacteria (some are salt sensitive).

        • K

          Both of those items would be good for barter. Just remember to keep both kinds of salt on hand. Iodized for adding to food. Preservation salt for preserving food. Now that second one is hard to find around here. So I keep a supply of Kosher salt as a substitute. I suspect sea salt might also work..

      • TN gal

        Kitty, you are thinking correctly but let me add a few things. First you must have water and food stored. Then security..guns and ammo. Then you go to gold/silver. You can buy gold in smaller increments, think 1/10th. There will always be a way to value pm even after crash. You can use gold for bartering major purchases(think neighbors property, taxes,Dr. Services). Silver for bartering smaller items. Barter system will take a while to develop which is why you need other preps secured first.

        • K

          TN gal, yeah I left the guns and ammo stuff out on purpose. It seems she is from New Zealand. I do not know what the gun laws are there. I would never wish to tell someone to do something that might be illegal, in their home Country. From TN myself.

    • Hambone

      Bear in mind a total collapse is unlikely to happen all of a sudden. It will happen in phases, and during the initial few phases when currency still means something, metals have the potential to be worth their weight in… well, you know.

      During this phase where money still pays the bills, one dollar is likely to have much less purchasing power than it does today. In such a case, physical metal will retain its value while dollar bills will be worth more for their wiping value than for their purchasing power.

      When this happens, yeah, start using your gold and silver to buy things with real value.

      • DownWithLibs

        Don’t forget, silver and gold have been the only true “money” for the last umpteen thousand years. Humanity ALWAYS returns to it. As of now, it’s good to own to retain your wealth as the dollars (and equivalent) erode. And, yes, physical has no equal.

      • Wally

        The electric company is going to take you gold and silver so you can keep getting electricity? What happens if the federal government makes it illegal to buy or sell gold then what?

    • Mondobeyondo

      Physical gold – gold that you can actually hold in your hand and feel the shine off the metal as you scratch the surface – is absolutely the best way to go.

    • JustanOguy

      Actually… if the economic collapse does happen and you need necessities (ya know… like food) the producers of those necessities are going to accept gold and silver for payment…. not the worthless paper that you are holding.

      Farmers and Ranchers are going to continue producing food no matter what happens.

      We have a Family Farm and Ranch that produces far more then when we could ever come close to consuming ourselves. If the economic collapse happens, paper will be last on the list that we’ll accept when it comes to “selling” what we produce. (Unless we need some Toilet paper…. Lol.)

      Bullets will probably be at the top… then gas, gold, silver and worthwhile skills needed.

      I actually have a couple of hundred billion in worthless Weimar Republic DM’s…. you might want to study up on the Weimar Republic to get an understanding…

      • Mondobeyondo

        It’s true, you can’t eat gold. It has this icky metallic taste to it, and has no nutritional value.

        BUT…. it is an extremely rare metal, which makes it valuable, and that makes it desirable among both the rich and the poor.

        Silver isn’t bad either. “With silver, you can turn your dreams to gold!
        We’re in the money… we’ve got a lot of what it takes to get around….”**.

        Yes. Donald Trump wants gold. And the homeless guy with the blanket and shopping cart, he wants gold too. Glad to know, some things in life are equal.
        ** – It’s from the movie “Gold Diggers of 1933”.

    • chilller

      The gold is a store of wealth for the recovery when it gets here. Having a store of barter goods is for the crash…people often get the two confused.

  • Doc B.

    It’s obvious what they are up to. We sell our gold , they buy it up and sooner than later , the banksters win again. Most people are followers. Nobody is talking about how bad the economy is and will be once Obamacare kicks in with extra taxes.

    • JustanOguy

      Well stated… Not only are most people followers.. they also have Normalcy Bias syndrome.

      The majority of the U.S. population can name who just got booted off of “Dancing with the Stars” but probably less then 10% know just how much the Fed is printing up every month to keep the Ponzi scheme going.

      • kathy k

        Even worse is how many don’t even know what the FED really is

        • JustanOguy

          Excellent point.

        • Birddog01

          That is very sad.
          also as sad is why Gold is gong down……. think I know,
          but I don’t think most would believe me.

  • bobcat

    These are uncertain times. So I wouldn’t recommend anyone bet the farm on anything. But it’s a good idea to have some gold and silver. It is best not to let many people know about it though.

  • Syrin

    Attn everyone:

    Unless you own physical gold, and are storing somewhere OTHER than a safety deposit box at the bank, you are still at risk. The DHS can LITERALLY go through ANY safety deposit box in the country, empty it of all contents, and never notify you. In fact, if the bank employee notifies you they did so, that bank employee can face termination and possible prosecution. We live in the USSA. Your property is NOT yours according to the tyranny we call the gov’t.

    • energizedmortal

      A nuclear bunker buster can also LITERALLY be dropped on all your “prepping”. I hope that many that are prepared live to make changes.

    • Not American

      Hello mr. Superhero Syrin. Say, where did you work again?

      • Syrin


  • Mondobeyondo

    Something interesting to ponder, among other things as the Jodis Arias trial, Armageddon with North Korea, and such as.

    Gold and silver are falling. What does that mean in the long term? Nothing at all. I think precious metals will keep rising 3-4 years from now. Remember that statement. I hope YOU don’t remember that. Never mind, forget I ever said that.

    2. Got these hunger pangs for another “Hot Mess” burger by Burger King. Yes, I know it’s a conspiracy for me to buy more of their products.

  • Mondobeyondo

    I know, it’s Jack in the Box, not Burger King. Jack in the Box is promoting their “Hot Mess” burger.

  • Mondobeyondo

    I like pre-’65 Washington quarters myself, but then, I’m an amateur coin collector (sigh)

  • Ralphieboy

    Excellent commentary. The efforts to suppress PM prices have gone manic, no doubt orchestrated so that central banks and certain hedge funds can accumulate gold and silver at lower prices. It is truly laughable and beyond credulity to have Goldman Sachs issue a negative on Gold, the same company that was privately going negative on mortgage- backed securities when publically they were trying to push these toxic instruments on their best clients.

    The cacophony of gold negative pundits has me fully convinced that we may soon not have such a wonderful opportunity moving forward to accumulate PMs at these prices. It is true that those that have the gold makes the rules. The trick is learning how to work around the convoluted, backassward rules they make.

    Ultimately, the rules of supply and demand will break the paper push to suppress gold prices.

    • Gay Veteran

      Don’t forget platinum and palladium coins. These metals have industrials uses, just like silver.

  • Lennie Pike

    There will NOT! be anymore huge downturns on the price of gold or silver – you can believe that.

  • Blackhawk

    They start with this nonsense rhetoric of gold bubble to try to extract as much gold as they can. If this is not working as planned they will probably start to force people to sell (make it illegal to own it), then raid the safety deposit boxes and finally outright confiscation.

  • Ralfine

    Everybody has his own agenda – those telling you to buy gold and those offering cash for your unwanted gold.

  • chilller

    For one thing…bankers only have one thing in mind and it’s not our best interests. The BRICS nations are starting their own gold based bank which will decimate the western banks. And since “someone” blew all the Ft. Knox gold, they are desperately attempting to secure as much as they can by lying us out of our gold. You want to see a “death cross”, have a look at all western nation economies. They’re already dead, just no one has buried them yet. But soon, the BRICS bank will take care of that as the west’s stinking corps attempts to screw us yet one last time before it all folds up like a wet paper bag.
    Now that banks realize their manipulation to suppress the gold and silver price is coming to an end, these miscreants will lie, cheat, steal, do anything to get their hands on precious metals to stay in the game. When’s the last time GLOBAL banks were soooo concerned about people of the world losing money…I’ll tell you when NEVER!!! And as Michael so correctly points out, this is being done because of the massive printing being done by the Fed…and the Eurasia crowd has no say in the matter which is slaughtering their investments in US Treasuries they all must buy in order to perform transactions in dollars. Now Indonesia and Iran have joined the BRICS consortium and many more will follow as the Saudies are turning over security to China and begin oil transactions in gold and other nations currency. But the jokes on US as the BRICS foreign holders of of US Tresuries are swapping their bonds for precious metals to drive their new bank. Now, who would you do business with…a corrupt bunch of paper printers, heavily in debt with no collateral to back it or a group who is sick and tired of the paper printers shenanigans who has gold and silver as collateral backing their system?

    • Gay Veteran

      If the swine at Goldman Sachs says to sell gold then that is your clue to BUY. The central banks and the banksters are manipulating the price of gold and silver. Conspiracy theory? They DID manipulate the LIBOR interest rates. NUFF SAID

  • Question:


    Why are you so $%$# smart?!

  • I started stacking a few months ago and will continue to do so. Who knows how much time we have with silver/gold at these levels but it won’t be forever that is for sure!

  • imacifm

    good article, good comments. the end game is clear. but…when? markets[particularly manipulated ones) can stay irrational longer than we can stay solvent. and quoting the same source: in the long run, we’re all dead


  • tomydispik

    The answer is: Cyprus is being forced to sell their gold reserves as part of the bail in/out. The main reason for that is bc there are less deposits than anticipated due to all the money transfers during the middle of the bank holiday.

    Just there is a clear picture, the politicians crashed the Cypriot economy, then they prevented the people from accessing their money, then they allowed their friends and family to withdraw money from closed banks while the average citizen couldn’t, then they seized the money to cover their own bail out, then they called off the investigation into who allowed those transfers, and now they are using gold reserves that belong to the Cypriot people to cover the difference.

    Meanwhile the buyer side is trying to manipulate the gold market so they can buy it on the cheap.

    When are we going to start making predatory banking a felony equal to protecting yourself or criticizing the government?


    When you all sell your gold the price plummets so the banks can buy it all up cheap.

  • Excalibur

    Where is JP Morgan Chase’s gold moving to? Why is it being moved?

    “JP Morgan Chase’s reported gold stockpile dropped by over 1.2 million oz.’s, or rather, a staggering $1.8 billion dollars worth of physical gold was removed from it’s vaults during the last 120 days.”

  • karryokie

    The price of gold has mostly followed the fortunes of the Philadelphia Phillies.When the team is in contention to win it all,the price remains high.When they’re not,prices plummet.Check out the history of both if you have doubts.

  • Excalibur

    The quote doesn’t say JP Morgan’s gold was sold. It states the gold was “removed”. Why is JP Morgan moving their gold, and where is it being moved to?

    “JP Morgan Chase’s reported gold stockpile dropped by over 1.2 million oz.’s, or rather, a staggering $1.8 billion dollars worth of physical gold was removed from it’s vaults during the last 120 days.”

  • JustanOguy

    I bet there’s more then a few people in Cyprus that wished they would have had physical gold or silver instead of stashing paper in the bank.

  • TooLittleTooLate

    Physical assets are the only game in town these days. It doesn’t have to be gold or silver…. It can be anything EXCEPT fiat money. I’ve tried to temper what I do with what I may or may not need. Personally, I don’t think we’re going to have a mad max world. My head is NOT in the sand, however. I think it’s going to be BAD and the financial system may totally crash.

    That all being said, I have a very large ( for me ) position in physical silver… I possess it and, it’s not all in one place and none of it is in a deposit box…. but, it’s more important to have food, water, energy, safety and shelter…. Anything else should just be to ensure you have those and can maintain them through the problems.

    During a financial crisis… at least during the 30s the biggest problems were the creditors coming to take your land ( that reminds me of the scene in O’ brother where art thou where the three guys escape from prison and they go to Walt’s house and the kid is at the door with a rifle and ask if they are from the bank… then he asks if they have “papers” LOL )…. of course, we no longer have a polite society so, it may not be so easy for them to do these days…. it also may not be our biggest fear when things come apart this time but, remember, Cyprus is burning so to speak and it’s not as if society has broken completely down. Oh, it is broken but, there’s a film of society still in tact just on the surface. That film of society allows further corruption and theft… makes those that would rob you emboldened to attempt to do so with unlawful laws imposed at the end of a gun.

    Do what you can to get out of debt. Own something physical. It’s bad enough if you have to possibly give up what you already have earned to the idiots in charge ( see Cyprus )… what do you think it will be like to already own them and can’t pay?

  • Cindy Sue

    i think all of that is happening is a move to a one world currency, w/ the IMF at the head. from what i’ve read the IMF’s goal is to do the money electronically(do not know the technical name they call it), so my guess would be the central banks have the gold to show what they are worth. two other things: one – heard that one major bank is going to go under this year. two – re: bitcoin, the IMF would need a way for businesses and everyday people to do transactions, seems bitcoin would be a good testing ground for that. i think gold and silver will fluctuate until the stock market goes down drastically and then all bets are off. but of course by this time, the ‘big boys’ would all be set. of course.

  • erheault

    Before accumulating a Gold/Silver stash I will recommend at least 6 months worth of dryed food put up. it is very hard to eat metals, and with a food supply you will at least have a start to figure out what is needed to survive the oncoming train wreck.
    The new camping dryed foods have a very long storage life and a medium sized suit case will hold most of what you will want for a start, Along with a good revolver and 100 rounds ao ammo will carry you thru most of the first few months of total unrest,, The reason I use a revolver is they do not tend to jam where most autos do. Remember Murphys law the worst possible at the worst time will allways occur.

    • winniekate

      re: “it is very hard to eat metals” lol
      tastes like chicken

    • DisgustedWithAdmin

      Actually a revolver has a MUCH more complicated action than most semi autos. Lots of fragile little parts inside that you never see until one breaks. Been fixing guns for over 20 years, just my personal observations.

  • arizonadiane

    Since it appears that the entire world is in financial trouble, it seems to me that the IMF and the central banks are doing this on purpose. They want to collapse the economy and start a one world order. Probably end the actual “paper money” and end up with digits or whatever for money. Something much bigger is going on and it is on purpose.

    • h x c

      new world order, one world government, that’s the plan

  • Wally

    I don’t want to rain on anyone’s parade and yes I am buying gold and silver for the long term but have you thought of this: When trading and bartering were the way of doing business before currency and coin we were living in pretty much a civil society. As a society we have become increasingly UN-civil. Just look at the chaos a $200 TV causes on Black Friday? People acting like animals, how much more will they act like animals after a collapse? When the collapse hits stores will be stripped bare in a matter of hours. Some looting by good people but most will be done by those that are the antithesis of UN-civil. Who are we going to barter with? Those with water probably aren’t going to trade you their life blood for silver or gold. Same with food. The UN-civil will be the ones with water and food and you wouldn’t want to try trading with them because if they know you have gold or silver they will just steal it from you and you will get nothing. So what does that leave you? The civil will be the ones who will band together but how long will that last. It’s easier to be civil in the early days of the collapse. Lend a hand, help your neighbor but that will end. Like I said above I highly doubt anyone will trade you food and especially water for gold or silver. Even the civil will only be civil for so long until it is them or you then it will be every man, woman and child for themselves. After the societal chaos which could last anywhere from a few weeks to months and on, then yes I believe that is when gold and silver will be very useful but I highly doubt it before that time. I highly advocate getting as much silver and gold as you can. Paper money will be all but useless. If you are prepping don’t tell friends or neighbors. Keep everything to yourself.

  • europa3962

    People who are waiting to buy PM’s are making a risky bet. I’m sure PM’s will go down during the next financial crisis, but that doesn’t mean there will be metal to buy at crash prices. Stronger hands are buying now and won’t plan on letting it go regardless of the price soif it Goes to $1000 an ounce for gold, that doesn’t mean you will be able to buy it. And you probably won’t be able to buy it on the way up after it accelerates.

  • El Pollo de Oro

    Recently, a caller to “The Alex Jones Show” pointed out that if you have gold, the LAST place you want to keep it is in a safety deposit box in a too-big-to-fail bank. The banksters have demonstrated time and time again that they are flat-out criminals, and if they are capable of looting savings accounts in Cyprus, they certainly won’t hesitate to steal gold in The Banana Republic of America if they have easy access to it. The banksters will steal anything that isn’t nailed down, and they will do it with the blessing of the political vermin who are in bed with them: Republi-Cons and Democraps.

    • El Pollo de Oro

      “I’d like to see a black plague hit the banksters.”—Max Keiser

      “The bankers are destroying the planet in every way possible. They have destroyed
      our country. They are destroying Europe, and they are destroying the lives of everyone who gets in their way.”—Gerald Celente

      “Suppose, 300 million people can’t get their money out of the banks? Suppose there’s a
      bank holiday and you can’t get your dough out? Do you want to see chaos like
      we’ve never seen before? It’s going to be coming to a city and a town near you if the trends are allowed to continue the way they are going.”—Gerald Celente

      “The only time The Prince of Peace, Jesus Christ, becomes violent is when he picks
      up a whip to chase the money-changers out of the temple. Nothing has changed.
      It was the money-changers who made The Prince of People become violent, and it
      is the money-changers who are destroying the planet. They’re too big to fail. It’s a disgrace. When are the people going to grow up, stand up, and rise up against the money-changers?”—Gerald Celente

      “The banksters are going to take our bank accounts here in the United States. That’s
      what Homeland Security is for. That’s what the drones and checkpoints are for.”—Alex Jones

      “This is the most dangerous time in human history for capital, in my opinion. The biggest jurasdiction that I avoid is the U.S. The
      U.S. will be Ground Zero for this economic collapse. We have to get as far as
      we can from the U.S. This collapse is going to be messy.” —Jeff Berwick, founder of The Dollar Vigilante

      “Don’t invest in the Eurozone. Do not invest anywhere in the Eurozone. You have to be
      mad to do so because it’s now run by people who don’t respect democracy, who don’t respect the rule of law.”—Nigel Farage, leader of the UK Independence Party

    • alex

      Keeping your gold under your mattress won’t do you any good either… What would you do if the elite makes possession of gold illegal? I mean what if they confiscate it as Roosevelt once did. The history tends to repeat itself (unfortunately).

  • Mondobeyondo

    Count the pawn shops and strip mall shops, payday loan shops, auto title loan places (and tire shops and bakeries, for what it’s worth!) that have signs saying “We Buy Gold”.. “Compramos Oro”.. “We Want Your Gold.” It’s almost sheer desperation to buy your gold.

    Why? Gee whiz – if I had gold, and if it were so valuable, I’d keep it for myself!!

  • Mondobeyondo

    Peasant: “Why is life so hard?”
    Guru: “Because life is not easy.”

    Yeah, there you go. That’s the answer.

  • hydrogator

    I went to the supermarket yesterday to buy some chicken noodle soup for my daughter. The price had increased ten cent per can in one week. That works out to about a 753% increase in price based on a 52 week year. Do we have inflation, you bet! Will it continue? Yes, because to many stupid, lazy people in this world. The elite will try to take power over all and make us subserviant. The sheeple will die quickly, people who have things of intrinsic value will live. Hold gold, silver, food etc. for the long term. Forget fiat money. Put the elite in prison.

  • ND

    Perhaps you or some of your readers could give me some advice. My father-in-law has begun to take some of the things you write about seriously and is concerned about his retirement investments – approximately $450K in annuities. He is considering taking it out and taking the approximately 50% tax hit, but is struggling with uncertainty. What would you or any of readers do in this situation? Who would you talk to?

    • winniekate

      The uncertainty is very tough to deal with – there is no time table. We notarized the papers and mailed them in two weeks ago to pull money out of husband’s retirement acct.

      We considered a number of factors, among them being: What will the funds look like in 15 years when he is 65? (will there even be anything there?) Also, he is currently unemployed, therefore fund matching is obviously over.

    • K

      Who would I talk to? No one. Many of us here consider the system to be rigged. There is no one answer. How far from retirement is he? The 450K, how much of his wealth does that represent? Is his house paid off? Does he have preps, or is he trying a money only solution? Most of us here, do not consider a money only solution, a winning plan. All of these questions and some others unique to your own situation, hopefully will help you decide what to do.

  • I dunno how anyone can cash out ANY gold/silver assetts when they *know* why they bought gold/silver in the first place and the conditions for buying it haven’t improved/changed since… in fact, things are getting worse… market manipulation, plain and simple…

  • Market manipulation, plain and simple…

  • grubrunner

    Silver and gold as an investment makes no sense to me. Why would anyone want to invest in something the central banks can so easily manipulate. Right now QE money is flowing into stocks driving precious metals down. And If the stock market crashes many say metals will take a dive as in 2008. Sounds like a lose or lose deal . I hold silver and gold for one reason, and one reason only. No counter party risk!

    • alex

      Well, is there anything banksters cannot manipulate? Using this logic there is no safe haven for investors except for guns, ammo and stockpiles of food.

  • Those that do not learn from history are doomed to repeat it. I figure the government will purchase all the gold and make it illegal for citizens to own gold again and it will be done by executive Presidential Order.
    When? Sometime right before the banks collapse.
    Probably right after the government declares martial law and starts rounding up people. Yes that is legal.
    300 some congress people voted it into law doing away with due process.
    I think I would attempt to get rid of all the guns before I tried that. Guess what? Gun Control one way or another.
    The value of gold is as a commodity. It has no real value other than as a commodity until governments start counterfeiting currency to the point that it no longer holds any value. Again history repeats itself.
    Personally, I would rather hold something really valuable. Something like food . . .

    • winniekate

      yes, if you had to choose between food or precious metals. – preferably hold both.

      A gas station might trade in silver and gold numismatics over a can of DintyMoore.

  • Marko

    If there is a major crisis or disaster there are a few commodities that will be in huge demand—
    Hard Liquor
    Toilet paper

    • Gay Veteran

      and coffee and sugar

    • alex

      Junk mail can be used instead of toilet paper… There’s tons of it here

  • cpgone

    Cyprus has agreed to sell excess gold reserves to raise around 400
    million euros (341 million pounds) and help finance its part of its
    bailout, an assessment of Cypriot financing needs prepared by the
    European Commission showed.” Not according to ZH., You know ZH where they have a simple e-mail share button.

  • Das

    Any one hear about Illinois trying to pass a law about registering you gold and sliver?

  • Steve3

    They are desperate to hide the implosion from within to the masses, I am NOT selling 1 oz of gold/silver, nor my mining stocks. In fact I am a buyer. Patience people. Patience

  • Lennie Pike

    When the one world government is 100% in effect (very soon now), the elite and their lieutenants will be forced to use gold and silver as money so to keep themselves honest. The money of those whom are allowed to exist as slaves will be under total control of the elite – it will not be gold and silver.

  • glamandvampallround

    I have some good news! After two years, I have finally found work – will be waiting tables for five months at a resort in Utah withe meals and lodging and utils included! I am going to save every penny I can and also buy some silver when I can and have moved some bean and rice I have bought just in case to my family’s home – they have an extra room that is perfect for storing food and supplies and such. Maybe this is off the topic but with how serious everything is these days, I just wanted so share something positive.

    • WoodChuck

      Thats Great! You are light Years ahead of the suberb Yuppies. They have BMWs, I phones and get upset when they dont get a Coffee Latte in a few seconds. They have no clue that their fiat wealth will collapse along with their lifestyle. Your rice and beans will be priceless and humility will carry you through the bad times.

  • stopthesocialism

    When the economy finally collapses, you won’t need gold or silver. You’re gonna need lead.

  • John Williams

    GDP is expected to be >3% for Q1 2013. So when is the big “crash” going to happen? I understand the party can’t go on forever, but after hearing doomsday predictions for year on year since 2008 that didn’t happen, it certainly would in 2012 and absolutely in 2013 we were told. Shall we now expect 2014 as The End? 2015?

    Fortunately I lost little in 2008 because I listened to Peter Schiff in 2007 and put my 401k into safe mode. He was right then. From that point I ignored the optimists (the long haulers) and stayed out of the stock market and my 401k made zero, The 20 oz of gold I bought in 2010 is tanking, whereas if I listened to Ric Edelman and invested in the market I’d be seeing profits. Some are saying gold is going below $1200.

    Jim Sinclair (a recognized guru of gold), who in concert with Peter Schiff convinced me to buy gold, has been predicting $3000 gold for years. It has not materialized and is now said will be less than half that in the months ahead.

    Quite frankly I’m a bit disillusioned at who to believe anymore.

    • grubrunner

      I mirror your frustration. Based on fundamentals silver and gold should be a lot higher. My entry point for gold was $700 and $14. I doubt if the banksters can short sell the paper market that low

    • I’m quite disillusioned as well…as we speak Gold has dropped 76 dollars today…I really don’t understand why. I’ve been looking at other sites such as silverdoctors and zerohedge to find some answers. I guess we are in it for the long run and not the short speculating nature of it. In a sense, we are betting against the US dollar, and right now everything on Wallstreet has been kept artificially alive by the Fed.

    • danperr

      You have to be in for the long term. Not 2 or 3 years – at least 5 or 10. I just went online to see if I could buy a roll of silver dimes and they are no longer available from my dealer.

      The other thing is that the margin requirements for gold and silver change or are expected to change. This brings speculators in and out. I don’t believe speculators make any difference over the long run. They are gone for now probably.

      I believe that what is happening is that people believe that inflation is low because of the incessant repeating of various inflation indexes, which are grossly understated. Health care, tuition, food, taxes, etc. are galloping along, NOT at 2%. Add to that the bubbles that are springing up all over the world – which are not counted in the figures (e.g. Hong Kong properties, entire ghost towns and enormous empty malls constructed in China, etc).

      When people eventually realize that prices are going up fast, they will quickly and suddenly jack up their purchases, and light a fire under the inflation figures. All that “inflation tinder” as one Bloomberg columnist called it will burst into flames.

      Politicians (and the politically connected Wall Street crowd) have one remarkable talent – they are able to kick the can down the road, and get bailed out when the chickens come to roost. I am in classic safe investments until Central Banks stop printing money, and that does not appear to be anytime soon. This had got to end badly. The laws of economics always catch up with the political crowd.

      • John Williams

        I didn’t purchase gold as a short term investment. Like many I did it to protect my money from inflation but also as you say after 3-5 years watch it grow in value like so many of us have been told it would do. But dollars are dollars and if gold stays down for the next five years, that means my money was not well spent. It doesn’t matter if the system is rigged or whatever the case; we’ll be stuck with a bunch of shiny pretty metal worth less than what we paid. The fact is, Jim Sinclair, Peter Schiff and countless others have been predicting gold to go up and up.

  • Funny, I don’t recall the banksters providing a PSA just before my other investments tanked – twice – thanks to their “enlightened” overreach.

  • Does anyone know why Gold Buffalo coins never sees fluctuations in price like the Gold American Eagle does?

  • DisgustedWithAdmin

    OF COURSE THEY ARE trying to drive the price down so they can scare the sheeple into selling their gold and silver. Next thing you know after the crash, TPTB will institute a gold standard and guess who’ll have all the gold?

  • John Williams

    I’m wondering why my post was deleted from earlier today. It was not spam, no links, profanity etc. Did it violate a blog rule?

    • stopthesocialism

      No, it’s still there. Set the sort feature to “Newest”.

  • John Williams

    My apologies for assuming my post was deleted. Although I frequent this blog, that was my first post and thought maybe I did something wrong. 🙁

  • zardoz911

    I pray every minute that gold drops to 245 per ounce like it was when i could afford to buy…..God please drop gold to 245 so that i can turn every penny i have into gold…Amen….

  • Optimistic Pessimist

    Forget what the bankers and the news reports say as they will lead you astray and into taking action based on panic and fear. You cannot make money out of panic and fear actions, only out of logic and common sense and true understanding. Take the time to do some hard analysis yourself so that you understand the underlying trends of the gold price – look at the gold price chart for the daily, weekly and monthly time frames. Analyze the trends and understand why the price moves and the direction it moves in.

    I have done this, I invest and trade for myself. From the research and analysis I have done of the gold chart I think the price will go sub 1400 within the next 2 months then rebound to 1600 for the next 2 months before heading back down to 1320 over the following 4 – 6 months. I am happy with my analysis as it gives me cool logic and peace of mind that I have spent the time constructively before parting with my money.

    In these difficult times it helps to be logical and rational when so many aren’t.


  • Yo mama

    Sell dummies. Especially if it bounces on Monday. Probably your last chance

  • Yo mama

    Maybe you should broaden your horizons a little and actually pay attention to actual news, not this fictional entertainment on this site. If you had been paying attention, pretty much every professional has been saying sell on the bounce days for months now

  • Yo mama

    I dumped

  • I have suspected that the banksters have been manipulating the PM’s for a while now. However, does anyone have any theories as to how they are doing it? Why is Gold & Silver going down while Obama’s reckless QE-Infinity is creating havoc in the market?

  • Online Gold Buyers

    They are too clever, they are convincing people to sell their gold so that they can change the commodity market trend.

  • Bullion Chong

    Just hold tight to your gold and silver for a long term and 100%,you’ll get a profit in the future.

  • Douglas

    The South Park Episode of Eric Cartman becoming a Cash 4 Gold scammer taught some valuable lessons about the Fed and what the Cash 4 Gold scammers do and who owns the gold at the end.

  • Laiet

    I’ve been thinking about this for some time now, and have been buying gold every chance I get since it began dropping in Jan. Other’s are telling me to stop buying cause it’s gonna go lower, but in the long term (because of the current global currencies) it must be safer than keeping any currency in cash (or stocks etc) It’s nice to see someone else write about it so succinctly You’ve made me much less stupid about my opinion.

  • Brent

    The reason for some of the central banks hoarding gold is because it helps strengthen their nation’s currency. And there are only a few central banks doing this. Most of them are in Asia and some of them are getting gold reserves for the first time. The dollar is gaining strength and your fear of economic collapse is not going to happen with the current state of things. You may get long term money, but lets say this big gold spike happens 25 years from now. You buy at $1400 now and sell at $1900 25 years later. You get an average of about 1.05% per year. You are better off getting a CD. CIT Bank has one with 1.75% compounding daily. So $1400 would be $2,168.34. The only way you will get rich quick (or even long term) is to take high risks. You can wait for gold to be at about $800 per ounce. Then you would have a 57.9% return or 2.32% per year. Even then, I can think of better ways to invest money.

  • alex

    I don’t believe Soros and alike are “gurus”. They have been successful simply because they are insiders.

  • jj

    I heard the US has just bought a large amount of gold way below market value, do you think this has anything to do with the race against china for natural minerals?

  • Joe

    Golds a good investment in the long term. If you watch a gold price chart in fast motion it’ll make you happy, you wouldn’t notice the $400+ dips cuz it’ll snap back up and than some. Just hope a nugget the size of the moon isn’t found, that’s my biggest worry. Giant gold deposits in the earth being discovered.

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