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    Default Post your evidence of Market Manipulation here

    Come on, let's see it from some credible sources.

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    Question Now that you see it, so what?

    Quote Originally Posted by chroNick View Post
    Come on, let's see it from some credible sources.
    chroNick, for a proper response you need to define "credible sources".

    Based on your posts, if I had to speculate on what you are asking for,
    it's a report issued by the Ashkenazim kabbal controlled whorprit media.

    Am I correct?

    A Conspiracy With a Silver Lining
    By WILLIAM D. COHAN


    " And the mystery deepens: last Thursday, the price of silver fell $1.50 per ounce in less than an hour before recovering. “This was robbery at its most obvious and most vindictive,” wrote Richard Guthrie, a London-based trader, in an e-mail to Chilton. “How many investors lost money and positions to the financial benefit of an elite few?”

    It’s getting harder and harder to continue to brush off Andrew Maguire’s claims as the rantings of a rogue trader with a nutty online following. The Commodities Futures Trading Commission should immediately release the files from its investigation into the supposed manipulation of the silver market so the public can determine whether JPMorganChase and HSBC did anything illegal, with or without the help of the Fed. In addition, the commission should start enforcing the 10 percent threshold on silver positions it has proposed to comply with Dodd-Frank law. Basically, the other commissioners must join with Bart Chilton to do the job they are required to do: Protecting the sanctity of the markets and preventing the sorts of manipulation we’ve seen all too often."
    Last edited by silverheartbone; 17th June 2013 at 10:43. Reason: added a link to a NY Times blog op-ed from 2 over years ago.
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    Default There is plenty of smoke and fire, yet no official response due to kabbal control.

    The Who, How, and Why Behind Silver Price Manipulation

    Ted Butler
    Eric Sprott
    Andrew Maguire

    JPMorgan Wins Dismissal Of Silver Price Fixing Lawsuit

    BIGGUS DICKUS


    Eric and Jamie are "friends"
    We know how this love affair ends
    Jamie's a whale
    Who's Too Big Too Jail
    So Eric subserviently bends


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    Jamie wins again.

    Reuters

    In a decision made public on Monday, JPMorgan has won the dismissal of a nationwide investors' lawsuit accusing the largest U.S. bank of conspiring to drive down silver prices.

    U.S. District Judge Robert Patterson in Manhattan said the investors, who bought and sold COMEX silver futures and options contracts, failed to show that JPMorgan manipulated prices at their expense, including by amassing huge short positions that were not justified by market events at the time.

    Patterson said that while the investors showed that JPMorgan had the ability to influence prices, a fact the bank did not dispute, they failed to show that the bank "intended to cause artificial prices to exist" and acted accordingly.

    Investors had, in at least 43 complaints filed in 2010 and 2011, accused banks of...
    more at the link above


    chroNick, your agenda seems to be consistent with that of silver enthusiast marginalization and bankster manipulation support.
    Can you understand why I might draw that conclusion.

    Finally, $1385 gold spot coupled with the 11 to 1 physical silver to gold metal ratio,
    is a fundamental which indicates a $100 plus silver spot.
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    Only a complete imbecile would try and suggest COMEX is NOT manipulated.

    1) Its proven the banks manipulated the Libor interest rate - only a naive moron would suggest they don't manipulate other markets.
    http://usatoday30.usatoday.com/money...dal/56322230/1

    2) A World Bank Attorney is telling the world the US Federal Reserve is corrupt and has been manipulating gold prices.
    http://thenewamerican.com/economy/ec...ederal-reserve

    3) A single seller dumped 4 million ounces of gold short contracts in one trade on Comex. This is clearly manipulation because any logical seller would try and spread out their sales over a period of time to maximise the price. And then there is also the question of Comex's laughable "position limits".
    http://www.gotgoldreport.com/2013/05...omex-gold.html

    In summary the evidence is clear that COMEX is crooked.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tom1000000 View Post
    Only a complete imbecile would try and suggest COMEX is NOT manipulated.
    1) Its proven the banks manipulated the Libor interest rate - only a naive moron would suggest they don't manipulate other markets.
    http://usatoday30.usatoday.com/money...dal/56322230/1
    2) A World Bank Attorney is telling the world the US Federal Reserve is corrupt and has been manipulating gold prices.
    http://thenewamerican.com/economy/ec...ederal-reserve
    3) A single seller dumped 4 million ounces of gold short contracts in one trade on Comex. This is clearly manipulation because any logical seller would try and spread out their sales over a period of time to maximise the price. And then there is also the question of Comex's laughable "position limits".
    http://www.gotgoldreport.com/2013/05...omex-gold.html
    In summary the evidence is clear that COMEX is crooked.
    What was the recent shift in the JPM Gold position? And, how are they manipulating the market by going enormously long?

    Oh wait, that doesn't make sense according to tom's ideas that are swirling around in his head.

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    Unhappy Why always so many inane questions from kabbal trolls without valid on topic replies?

    Quote Originally Posted by chroNick View Post
    Post your evidence of Market Manipulation here
    Come on, let's see it from some credible sources.
    gollumthegreat, responded on topic, check.

    Quote Originally Posted by silverheartbone View Post
    chroNick, for a proper response you need to define "credible sources".
    Based on your posts, if I had to speculate on what you are asking for,
    it's a report issued by the Ashkenazim kabbal controlled whorprit media.
    Am I correct?
    A Conspiracy With a Silver Lining
    By WILLIAM D. COHAN

    " And the mystery deepens: last Thursday, the price of silver fell $1.50 per ounce in less than an hour before recovering. “This was robbery at its most obvious and most vindictive,” wrote Richard Guthrie, a London-based trader, in an e-mail to Chilton. “How many investors lost money and positions to the financial benefit of an elite few?”
    It’s getting harder and harder to continue to brush off Andrew Maguire’s claims as the rantings of a rogue trader with a nutty online following. The Commodities Futures Trading Commission should immediately release the files from its investigation into the supposed manipulation of the silver market so the public can determine whether JPMorganChase and HSBC did anything illegal, with or without the help of the Fed. In addition, the commission should start enforcing the 10 percent threshold on silver positions it has proposed to comply with Dodd-Frank law. Basically, the other commissioners must join with Bart Chilton to do the job they are required to do: Protecting the sanctity of the markets and preventing the sorts of manipulation we’ve seen all too often."
    silverheartbone, responded on topic, check.

    Quote Originally Posted by tom1000000 View Post
    Only a complete imbecile would try and suggest COMEX is NOT manipulated.
    1) Its proven the banks manipulated the Libor interest rate - only a naive moron would suggest they don't manipulate other markets.
    http://usatoday30.usatoday.com/money...dal/56322230/1
    2) A World Bank Attorney is telling the world the US Federal Reserve is corrupt and has been manipulating gold prices.
    http://thenewamerican.com/economy/ec...ederal-reserve
    3) A single seller dumped 4 million ounces of gold short contracts in one trade on Comex. This is clearly manipulation because any logical seller would try and spread out their sales over a period of time to maximise the price. And then there is also the question of Comex's laughable "position limits".
    http://www.gotgoldreport.com/2013/05...omex-gold.html
    In summary the evidence is clear that COMEX is crooked.
    tom1000000, responded on topic, check.

    Quote Originally Posted by Matthew Shelley View Post
    What was the recent shift in the JPM Gold position? And, how are they manipulating the market by going enormously long?
    Oh wait, that doesn't make sense according to tom's ideas that are swirling around in his head.
    Fail.
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    Default The federal government's $72 trilllion in derivatives is bad for our freedom.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matthew Shelley View Post
    What was the recent shift in the JPM Gold position? And, how are they manipulating the market by going enormously long?

    Oh wait, that doesn't make sense according to tom's ideas that are swirling around in his head.

    1. Could going enormously long manipulate the market?

    2. Have they lost control with China taking delivery?

    3. How many times before have they gone enormously long?

    Matthew, please don't waste your time responding. I'm looking for ideas from other than you. Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slimsilvershady View Post
    1. Could going enormously long manipulate the market?

    2. Have they lost control with China taking delivery?

    3. How many times before have they gone enormously long?

    Matthew, please don't waste your time responding. I'm looking for ideas from other than you. Thanks.


    That's easier said than done.

    First there are position limits, so you can only buy so many contracts.

    If you could buy all you wanted, you still have to buy them from someone else or find a willing someone to take on a new short contract for each new contract you want to add.

    Which with all this buying in a hurry would drive the market up and at your expense, because in all probability as soon as you slowed down, so would the market and you'd be on the hook for all those high priced long contracts when the price started to fall.
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