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    Quote Originally Posted by valerb View Post

    As of Thursday October 6th, the US Mint has shipped 1,355,000 ASE's for the month of October and 31,930,500 YTD.

    The total for Wednesday was something over one million shipped and when I went out to print the information earlier today, they had already updated the information way ahead of the 5PM time for reporting the days activity.

    Ted Butler needs to plant some spies at the loading dock at JP Morgan to see if they are building their huge supply, so they can melt it down into 1,000 ounce bars again.

    This is more ASE's out the door of the US Mint in four days than they shipped for the entire month of August and only 15,000 ounces less than the month of July.

    They still have 645,000 more ASE's to reach the US Mint weekly allocation by tomorrow, but someone is trying their best.

    As of Friday October 7th, the US Mint has shipped 1,405,000 ASE's for the month of October and 31,980,500 YTD

    That's another mile stone for October so far, more Silver shipped in the first week than in July or August.

    It's still half of what was shipped out in June and a third of May's huge number, but they are closing in on Septembers lousy number next.

    It's a big number, but still way short of the weekly allocation limit, maybe Ted sending scouts to JP Morgan might be premature.
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    Quote Originally Posted by valerb View Post

    As of Thursday October 6th, the US Mint has shipped 1,355,000 ASE's for the month of October and 31,930,500 YTD.

    The total for Wednesday was something over one million shipped and when I went out to print the information earlier today, they had already updated the information way ahead of the 5PM time for reporting the days activity.

    Ted Butler needs to plant some spies at the loading dock at JP Morgan to see if they are building their huge supply, so they can melt it down into 1,000 ounce bars again.

    This is more ASE's out the door of the US Mint in four days than they shipped for the entire month of August and only 15,000 ounces less than the month of July.

    They still have 645,000 more ASE's to reach the US Mint weekly allocation by tomorrow, but someone is trying their best.

    As of Friday October 7th, the US Mint has shipped 1,405,000 ASE's for the month of October and 31,980,500 YTD

    That's another mile stone for October so far, more Silver shipped in the first week than in July or August.

    It's still half of what was shipped out in June and a third of May's huge number, but they are closing in on Septembers lousy number next.

    It's a big number, but still way short of the weekly allocation limit, maybe Ted sending scouts to JP Morgan might be premature, maybe holding off one more week might be best incase these are actual dealers buying
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    Quote Originally Posted by valerb View Post

    As of Thursday October 6th, the US Mint has shipped 1,355,000 ASE's for the month of October and 31,930,500 YTD.

    The total for Wednesday was something over one million shipped and when I went out to print the information earlier today, they had already updated the information way ahead of the 5PM time for reporting the days activity.

    Ted Butler needs to plant some spies at the loading dock at JP Morgan to see if they are building their huge supply, so they can melt it down into 1,000 ounce bars again.

    This is more ASE's out the door of the US Mint in four days than they shipped for the entire month of August and only 15,000 ounces less than the month of July.

    They still have 645,000 more ASE's to reach the US Mint weekly allocation by tomorrow, but someone is trying their best.

    As of Friday October 7th, the US Mint has shipped 1,405,000 ASE's for the month of October and 31,980,500 YTD

    That's another mile stone for October so far, more Silver shipped in the first week than in July or August.

    It's still half of what was shipped out in June and a third of May's huge number, but they are closing in on Septembers lousy number next.

    It's a big number, but still way short of the weekly allocation limit, Ted sending scouts to JP Morgan might be premature, holding off one more week might be best incase these are actual dealers buying
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    Quote Originally Posted by valerb View Post

    As of Friday October 7th, the US Mint has shipped 1,405,000 ASE's for the month of October and 31,980,500 YTD

    That's another mile stone for October so far, more Silver shipped in the first week than in July or August.

    It's still half of what was shipped out in June and a third of May's huge number, but they are closing in on Septembers lousy number next.

    It's a big number, but still way short of the weekly allocation limit, Ted sending scouts to JP Morgan might be premature, holding off one more week might be best incase these are actual dealers buying

    As of October 11th, the US Mint has shipped 1,950,000 ASE's for the month of October and 32,525,500 YTD.

    One more mile stone for October so far, more Silver shipped so far in October than in July, August or September.

    At this rate, the low number in June looks like it will also fall as well possibly this week or next.

    This months figures are already 43% of May's huge number and with 14 shipping day's remaining, anything can happen.

    With the US Mint allocating two million ounces per week, if JP Morgan is really involved like Ted believes, this could be the largest shipping month on record.

    It's still too early to tell what's going on for the month, but we haven't seen anything like this since last spring and they had a one million ounce per week allocation back then.

    Unless ASE sales are truly increasing, it's a huge gamble to be jumping on a huge buying spree this late in the year for bullion dealers.

    I keep watching the premiums and they haven't changed their prices on ASE's since July 11th, which is an indicator that premium sales are still sluggish.

    But that doesn't mean they haven't slowly emptied their stock piles and need replenishing while on this perceived price dip and I hope it's just a temporary dip.
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    Quote Originally Posted by valerb View Post

    As of October 11th, the US Mint has shipped 1,950,000 ASE's for the month of October and 32,525,500 YTD.

    One more mile stone for October so far, more Silver shipped so far in October than in July, August or September.

    At this rate, the low number in June looks like it will also fall as well possibly this week or next.

    This months figures are already 43% of May's huge number and with 14 shipping day's remaining, anything can happen.

    With the US Mint allocating two million ounces per week, if JP Morgan is really involved like Ted believes, this could be the largest shipping month on record.

    It's still too early to tell what's going on for the month, but we haven't seen anything like this since last spring and they had a one million ounce per week allocation back then.

    Unless ASE sales are truly increasing, it's a huge gamble to be jumping on a huge buying spree this late in the year for bullion dealers.

    I keep watching the premiums and they haven't changed their prices on ASE's since July 11th, which is an indicator that premium sales are still sluggish.

    But that doesn't mean they haven't slowly emptied their stock piles and need replenishing while on this perceived price dip and I hope it's just a temporary dip.


    As of Friday October 14th, the US Mint has shipped 2,100,000 ASE's for the month of October and 32,675,500 YTD.

    Shipments have slowed down this week to the old allocation level of one million ounces per week on average for this month, only half of what they are today. Don't worry about JP Morgan Ted!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by valerb View Post


    As of Friday October 14th, the US Mint has shipped 2,100,000 ASE's for the month of October and 32,675,500 YTD.

    Shipments have slowed down this week to the old allocation level of one million ounces per week on average for this month, only half of what they are today. Don't worry about JP Morgan Ted!!!

    As of Monday October 17th, the US Mint has shipped 2,775,000 ASE's for the month of October and 33,350,500 YTD.

    Well now, 675,000 ASE's shipped in one day, that's one hell of a haul going out the door. Ted, follow those trucks!!!

    It's hard to tell where the month end total will end up, but it seems pretty safe to bet this month will beat the poor showing in June with only 2,837,500 shipped.

    By comparison, they have shipped 63% of the amount shipped in May and they still have ten shipping day's left in the month.

    Plus the large dealers have not budged off their ASE premiums since last July.

    Whatever is driving this buying spree is not driven by a surge in retail buying of ASE's.

    Almost looks like they are betting on a huge drop or run up in the spot price which would certainly create a sudden demand. Interesting times we live in!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by valerb View Post

    As of Monday October 17th, the US Mint has shipped 2,775,000 ASE's for the month of October and 33,350,500 YTD.

    Well now, 675,000 ASE's shipped in one day, that's one hell of a haul going out the door. Ted, follow those trucks!!!

    It's hard to tell where the month end total will end up, but it seems pretty safe to bet this month will beat the poor showing in June with only 2,837,500 shipped.

    By comparison, they have shipped 63% of the amount shipped in May and they still have ten shipping day's left in the month.

    Plus the large dealers have not budged off their ASE premiums since last July.

    Whatever is driving this buying spree is not driven by a surge in retail buying of ASE's.

    Almost looks like they are betting on a huge drop or run up in the spot price which would certainly create a sudden demand. Interesting times we live in!!!!

    As of Tuesday October 18th, the US Mint has shipped 2,925,000 ASE's for the month of October and 33,500,500 YTD.

    Finally a month that has surpassed shipping more ASE's than either June, July, August or September!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by valerb View Post

    As of Tuesday October 18th, the US Mint has shipped 2,925,000 ASE's for the month of October and 33,500,500 YTD.

    Finally a month that has surpassed shipping more ASE's than either June, July, August or September!!!

    As of Thursday October 20th, the US Mint has shipped 3,425,000 ASE's for the month of October and 34,000,500 YTD.

    That is 1,325,000 so far this week, with 7 shipping day's left it could still be a really huge month, that is if they keep buying and the US Mint actually reports everything they ship.

    The Mint has been known to not report any shipments the last day or two of a month for some reason.

    For those wondering, the big dealers are still holding the same premiums on ASE's.

    Rather the actual number reported by the dealers is correct or not is anyone's guess, but they claim the US Mint charges them $2.00 over spot per ASE.

    In the case of Gainesville, that would be a difference of $145.00 profit on the sale of a monster box before they deduct their expenses. (.29 cents premium per ASE)

    For Provident Metals, that would be a difference of $195.00 profit on the sale of a monster box before they deduct their expenses. (.39 cents premium per ASE)

    For APMEX, that would be a difference of $295.00 profit on the sale of a monster box before they deduct their expenses. (.59 cents premium per ASE)

    For Miles Franklin, that would be a difference of $595.00 profit on the sale of a monster box before they deduct their expenses. ($1.19 premium per ASE)
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    Quote Originally Posted by valerb View Post

    As of Thursday October 20th, the US Mint has shipped 3,425,000 ASE's for the month of October and 34,000,500 YTD.

    That is 1,325,000 so far this week, with 7 shipping day's left it could still be a really huge month, that is if they keep buying and the US Mint actually reports everything they ship.

    The Mint has been known to not report any shipments the last day or two of a month for some reason.

    For those wondering, the big dealers are still holding the same premiums on ASE's.

    Rather the actual number reported by the dealers is correct or not is anyone's guess, but they claim the US Mint charges them $2.00 over spot per ASE.

    In the case of Gainesville, that would be a difference of $145.00 profit on the sale of a monster box before they deduct their expenses. (.29 cents premium per ASE)

    For Provident Metals, that would be a difference of $195.00 profit on the sale of a monster box before they deduct their expenses. (.39 cents premium per ASE)

    For APMEX, that would be a difference of $295.00 profit on the sale of a monster box before they deduct their expenses. (.59 cents premium per ASE)

    For Miles Franklin, that would be a difference of $595.00 profit on the sale of a monster box before they deduct their expenses. ($1.19 premium per ASE)


    As of Monday October 24th, the US Mint has shipped 3,600,000 ASE's for the month of October and 34,175,500 YTD.

    One of our writers is predicting both Gold and Silver are on pace to set the highest month shipping total this year for October, maybe...

    Gold only needs to ship an additional 23,000 ounces or 22.7% of what they have already shipped this month in the last five days, which is right on the border for the month.

    Silver needs to ship an additional 2,355,000 ounces or 65% of what they have already shipped this month in the last five days, impossible, not if the US Mint would be willing to actually ship that many in five days and go over their allocation limit. Not to mention the Dealers have to be willing to actually order that many. I'm thinking these dealers would need one hell of an incentive to go that deep that fast and they sure are not seeing it on the spot price or in the sales numbers as their premiums are still not moving.

    Regardless of the never ending claims of this years Silver demands are always greater than ever, this is only the second time in the past ten years that the US Mint will have shipped less Silver than the year before. They are not talking about retail!!!

    Actually in 2012 they shipped less than they did in both 2010 and 2011.

    How much less they ship this year versus 2015 remains to be seen, but it's not likely they will ship anywhere near the 12,824,500 needed to catch last years record setting pace in the next two months.

    Not counting the rest of October, November and December combined might bring in another 4 - 7 million ounces

    Here are the US Mint ASE totals

    2007 -- 9,028,036

    2008 - 20,583,000

    2009 - 30,459,000

    2010 - 34,764,500

    2011 - 40,020,000

    2012 - 33,121,500

    2013 - 42,675,000

    2014 - 44,006,000

    2015 - 47,000,000

    2016 - ???????????
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    Quote Originally Posted by valerb View Post


    As of Monday October 24th, the US Mint has shipped 3,600,000 ASE's for the month of October and 34,175,500 YTD.

    One of our writers is predicting both Gold and Silver are on pace to set the highest month shipping total this year for October, maybe...

    Gold only needs to ship an additional 23,000 ounces or 22.7% of what they have already shipped this month in the last five days, which is right on the border for the month.

    Silver needs to ship an additional 2,355,000 ounces or 65% of what they have already shipped this month in the last five days, impossible, not if the US Mint would be willing to actually ship that many in five days and go over their allocation limit. Not to mention the Dealers have to be willing to actually order that many. I'm thinking these dealers would need one hell of an incentive to go that deep that fast and they sure are not seeing it on the spot price or in the sales numbers as their premiums are still not moving.

    Regardless of the never ending claims of this years Silver demands are always greater than ever, this is only the second time in the past ten years that the US Mint will have shipped less Silver than the year before. They are not talking about retail!!!

    Actually in 2012 they shipped less than they did in both 2010 and 2011.

    How much less they ship this year versus 2015 remains to be seen, but it's not likely they will ship anywhere near the 12,824,500 needed to catch last years record setting pace in the next two months.

    Not counting the rest of October, November and December combined might bring in another 4 - 7 million ounces

    Here are the US Mint ASE totals

    2007 -- 9,028,036

    2008 - 20,583,000

    2009 - 30,459,000

    2010 - 34,764,500

    2011 - 40,020,000

    2012 - 33,121,500

    2013 - 42,675,000

    2014 - 44,006,000

    2015 - 47,000,000

    2016 - ???????????


    As of Tuesday October 25th, the US Mint has shipped 3,675,000 ASE's for the month of October and 34,250,500 YTD.

    How things can turn around in a hurry at the mint. Last week they shipped 1,325,000 in four days and they have only shipped 250,000 ounces in the next three days.

    250,000 ounces is a lot at our level, but it only represents 1,750,000 ounce for a month at that rate and that is a poor shipping month.

    No matter what the final total is for this month, it will still be considered a good month by any standards, with the exceptions for the month of January.

    They shipped over 4 million in each of the months from February thru May and they still have four more days to reach that level for October.
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