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Gold And Silver – In East v West Gold War, Both Are Still Winning.

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Submitted by Michael Noonan – Edge Trader Plus Saturday  4 January 2013 China represents the East, as its insatiable demand for buying physical gold continues unabated, while in the West, the elite’s central banks have pretty much depleted their physical holdings.  In the war for gold, both are still winning, but for vastly different reasons. China and…

Iran Nuclear Weapons-World War? JP Morgan $13 Billion Fine, Senate Stops Filibuster, JFK Conspiracy

http://usawatchdog.com/weekly-news-wr… – “Israel says ‘bad’ Iran deal will bring War.” Iran calls Israel a “rabid dog” in the Middle East. An attack on Iran would lead to a quick escalation that would have calamitous consequences for the entire world. The Senate just changed the rules on the filibuster, and it has stopped this tactic for judicial nominations. Many say this is the nuclear option, and the minority party will have to succumb to majority rule on nearly all nominations and laws being voted on in the Senate. Finally, today is the 50th anniversary of the JFK assassination. I can remember Lee Harvey Oswald yelling out, “I’m a patsy.” I asked my Dad what that meant, and he told me, “He’s saying he didn’t do it.” I don’t think he shot JFK and never will because the government story has more holes than Swiss cheese. Join Greg Hunter of USAWatchdog.com as he gives his analysis on these stories and more in the Weekly News Wrap-Up.

Gold And Silver – Cognitive Disconnect Between Physical And Paper

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Submitted by Michael Noonan – Edge Trader Plus Saturday  9 November 2013 When one understands the widely pervasive but narrowly understood phenomenon of cognitive dissonance that permeates most of the Western world, it is not so difficult to put into context the disparity between demand for physical gold and silver and supply for the faux…

Gold and Silver – Back Story v Charts; Charts Are Superior.

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By Michael Noonan http://edgetraderplus.com Saturday  19 October 2013 Almost everybody wants a back story, some information to explain what is going on with gold and silver, mostly looking for some kind of psychological calm as prices decline, or a ray of hope to reinforce why price may reach the sun and the moon.  Is there anything…

Everybody Loses Debt Ceiling Debate, Obama Care Debacle in 2014 and Iran Nuke Program Not Settled

Published on Oct 17, 2013

http://usawatchdog.com/weekly-news-wr… – Nobody won the debt ceiling/budget crisis when you consider the fact the U.S. needed to borrow or print more money just to pay its bills. We are running a trillion dollar a year shortfall, and it cannot and will not go on. A disaster is coming in 2014. When the smoke clears with this debt ceiling budget fiasco, there will still be a failing economy that needs to be propped up. The real problem will come when everyone realizes that they will be forced to pay more for health insurance to get less. The Iranians want to take a year to resolve the dispute over its nuclear program. I do not think the West is going to give Iran a year to settle this question, and that includes Israel. Join Greg Hunter of USAWatchdog.com as he gives his analysis on these stories and more in the Weekly News Wrap-Up.

Ted Butler: JP Morgan’s Perfect Silver Manipulation Cannot Last Forever

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 Silver manipulation – a lot has been written about the subject, not many have grasped how it works exactly. The age of algorhythm trading (best known as High Frequency Trading, or HFT) allows for manipulative tricks to be rolled out in a very clever way. The “intuitive” way to manipulate the price of a commodity to the downside is…

Jim Comiskey Metals October 15th

Published on Oct 15, 2013

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Is JP Morgan a Criminal Enterprise?

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Why CNBC is Wall Street’s Propaganda Arm By Jimmy Mengel  Since I’m a glutton for punishment, I decided to subject myself to an hour of CNBC last week. For once, I was actually glad I did… In between watching the talking heads squawk at one another about how high Apple is going to go, I was…

Dr. Jim Willie: Big Banks in Danger of Imploding

Published on Oct 6, 2013

Dr. Jim Willie, Publisher of the Hat Trick Letter, thinks, “Reversal in the Treasury bond market could be a death blow for these zombie New York banks . . . These big banks are in danger of imploding.” Dr. Willie predicts, “I don’t think the Fed is going to taper its bond buying. I believe they are going to double it.” Dr. Willie goes on to say, “The Fed will say let’s continue QE, and instead of suffocation from rising rates, we’ll have drowning from rising costs. . . . They are going for drowning because it’s slower.” Join Greg Hunter of USAWatchdog.com as he goes One-o

Keiser Report: JP Morgan’s Financial Herpes (E505)

Published on Oct 3, 2013

In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert discuss the Lilliputian view on fraud and theft and how this applies to the chief banking knaves at JPMorgan. In the second half, Max interviews Marc Armstrong of PublicBanking.org about turning depositors into shareholders as a fraud recipe shared amongst the Too-Big-To-Fail banks. With public banking, interest is returned to the economy from whence it came.

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This Will Create A Horrific Collapse That Will Shock The World

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 As global stock markets continue to struggle, today a man who has been involved in the financial markets for 50 years warned King World News that an ominous and looming danger “will create a horrific collapse that will shock the world.”  Below is what John Embry had to say in this powerful interview. Embry:  “I have been…

Poker End Game – JP Morgan, Fed, US Treasury, China & Gold

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On the heels of continued speculation about exactly what “customers” JP Morgan is referring to that it trades for in allegedly manipulated markets, today 40-year veteran, Robert Fitzwilson, put together another tremendous piece.  Fitzwilson, who is founder of The Portola Group, discusses what JP Morgan, the Fed, the U.S. Treasury and even China may really…

The JP Morgan apologists of CNBC

By Felix Salmon SEPTEMBER 29, 2013

I don’t know which producer at CNBC had the genius idea of asking Alex Pareene on to discuss Jamie Dimon with Dimon’s biggest cheerleaders, but the result was truly great television. What’s more, as Kevin Roose says, it illustrates “the divide between the finance media bubble and the normals” in an uncommonly stark and compelling manner.

The whole segment is well worth watching, but the tone is perfectly set at the very beginning:

Maria Bartiromo: Alex, to you first. Legal problems aside, JP Morgan remains one of the best, if not the best performing major bank in the world today. You believe the leader of that bank should step down?

Alex Pareene: I think that any time you’re looking at the greatest fine in the history of Wall Street regulation, it’s really worth asking should this guy stay in his job. In any other industry — I can’t think of another industry. If you managed a restaurant, and it got the biggest health department fine in the history of restaurants, no one would say “Yeah, but the restaurant’s making a lot of money. There’s only a little bit of poison in the food.”

This is a very strong point by Pareene — and it’s a point which was well taken by Barclays. When the UK bank was fined $450 million last year for its role in the Libor scandal, its CEO duly resigned. After all, a $450 million fine is prima facie evidence that the CEO really isn’t in control of his bank.

But $450 million is a rounding error with respect to the kind of fines that Dimon is now talking about paying — $4 billion, $11 billion, $20 billion, who knows where this will stop. Tim Fernholz has a good roundup of all the various things that JP Morgan is in trouble for; Libor manipulation is at #5 on his list of seven oustanding investigations — on top of another four settled investigations. If Libor manipulation alone was enough to mean the end of Bob Diamond, it’s hard to see how Jamie Dimon should be able to survive this tsunami of litigation.

Unless, it seems, you work for CNBC. In which case you just ignore Pareene’s question, and get straight onto the important stuff:

Duff McDonald: It’s preposterous. The stock’s touching a ten-year high. It’s a cash-generating machine.

Maria Bartiromo: Should we talk about the financial strength of JP Morgan? The company continues to churn out tens of billions of dollars in earnings and hundreds of billions of dollars in revenue. How do you criticize that?

Read the full article at Reuters

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