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#22013
Re: The Daily Grind... 1 Year, 7 Months ago Karma: 262
It's Tuesday February 12th, and a relatively early edition of The Grind. Generally speaking, the "pattern" in each day's bullion-trading has already been set by this time. More specifically, by now the banksters have generally either:

a) Tried to manipulate prices lower, and succeeded.
b) Tried to manipulate prices lower, and failed.
c) Made no overt effort to push prices down on that day.

...after all, even God "rested" after six days.



Today seems to fall into category (c); which presents me with a convenient opportunity to discuss those infrequent (rare?) occasions when the banksters feel no NEED to be actively pushing bullion prices lower. This raises the obvious question: under what conditions do their naturally predatory impulses (lol) tend to fade away?

Answer: when the Sheep appear to be BELIEVING the current propaganda. We have a clear example of this with the current G-20 financial summit, and the EXTENSIVE posturing engaged in by the "G-7" -- i.e. the Ring-leaders of the Banksters' Cabal.

Yesterday we saw the banksters aggressively hammering the market AND sending out the perverse propaganda that (supposedly) "the gold bulls were 'worried' by what our Fearless Leaders were saying." I pointed out yesterday that obviously the exact opposite was the truth: the banksters were so worried that their Puppets would/did commit some gaffe that they ATTACKED the market -- so that such a gaffe was not ILLUSTRATED by a spike in bullion prices.

Now note the propaganda one day later and the different behavior/pattern in daily trading. First the price-action:


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Instead of seeing the banksters aggressively pushing prices lower, we see them merely CAPPING gold by mildly pushing down each time the price begins to surge -- with the overall effect of a "flat" day in trading.

Now see what the propaganda machine is saying a day later:

...The Group of Seven is concerned about excess moves in the Japanese yen and investors misinterpreted an earlier statement on exchange rates, an official from a G-7 nation said.

The clarification spurred gains in the yen and came just hours after the world’s major industrial economies appeared to signal acceptance for a weaker Japanese currency so long as Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s government didn’t actively pursue devaluation.


How much more obvious can the translation of this be? First we see the Gaffe yesterday -- which the propaganda machine (naturally) tells us was the Sheep "misinterpreting" what was said.

:laugh: :laugh: :laugh: :laugh:

So now they try a NEW VERSION of the same Lie they told us yesterday -- except this time there is at least quasi-acceptance of their bullshit. Put another way (and in the words used by the propaganda machine which I quoted in my commentary) they have...

CALMED CONCERN about a CURRENCY WAR

Think about this! What is a "currency war"? Our collapsing currencies being driven downward even faster -- and deliberately. And what does it mean when our currencies are driven lower? PRICES (including bullion prices) spiral higher.

Understand the ENTIRE game here. They want to destroy the value of all our paper currencies (via money-printing) because as I've explained many time in the past; the money-printing is the primary means of stealing from us.

But they only want to "destroy the value" of our paper in terms of:

a) The "real dollar" value of their (massive) debts
b) OUR wages

...but at all costs they do NOT want their paper to fall in value (too rapidly) versus hard assets -- since this is how they steal.

Their paper is all worthless, already. I've explained this again and again. But they want to manipulate our markets (and entire economies) so that the paper is worth LEAST when paying our wages or repaying their debts, and worth MOST when they "buy" (i.e. steal) hard assets.

Obviously these banksters are accumulating bullion as private individuals. Who wouldn't, when you're able to trade your own "magic beans" for the neighbour's cow???

:silly: :silly: :silly:

So what we see is a plan to engage in a STEALTH "currency war": they drive down the value of our paper as fast possible...while pretending that they are not doing that at the same time. And now you see the PROBLEM for our Idiot Leaders, and the WORRY for the conniving banksters.

It would be difficult for smart people to tell a lie this outrageous in a convincing manner. For the clods masquerading as our "leaders"; the banksters are just relieved that it only took them TWO attempts to sell their lie...this time.

;)


G-7 Concerned About Excess Yen Moves, Official Says in Comment


http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2013-02-12/g-7-says-won-t-use-economic-policies-for-exchange-rates-1-.html

The Group of Seven is concerned about excess moves in the Japanese yen and investors misinterpreted an earlier statement on exchange rates, an official from a G-7 nation said.

The clarification spurred gains in the yen and came just hours after the world’s major industrial economies appeared to signal acceptance for a weaker Japanese currency so long as Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s government didn’t actively pursue devaluation.

The G-7’s statement -- which said countries “will not target exchange rates” -- was crafted to highlight concern about Japan giving guidance on the yen, and the country will be in the spotlight when Group of 20 policy makers meet in Moscow in three days, the official said on condition of anonymity.

“The apparent volte face is a shock to all who read this morning’s statement as a green light to Japan to reflate its economy as long as measures did not directly involve targeting the yen,” said Gavin Friend, a foreign exchange strategist at National Australia Bank Ltd. in London. “Aside from the fact the G-7 has added to volatility and caused a sharp move higher in the yen, this won’t help Japan’s cause.”
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#22016
Re: The Daily Grind... 1 Year, 7 Months ago Karma: 134
Jeff wrote,
...after all, even God "rested" six days.

Reality check
Actually, Jeff, God CREATED in six days..... He "RESTED" on the seventh.
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#22017
Re: The Daily Grind... 1 Year, 7 Months ago Karma: 262
debsyl wrote:
Jeff wrote,
...after all, even God "rested" six days.

Reality check
Actually, Jeff, God CREATED in six days..... He "RESTED" on the seventh.



Sorry Debsyl (and thanks), that line was supposed to read:

"...after all, even God "rested" after six days."

Edited/corrected. Nothing worse than trying to crack a joke and then BOTCHING it with a typo...(d'oh!)

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#22040
Re: The Daily Grind... 1 Year, 7 Months ago Karma: 262
It's Wednesday February 13th, and a late edition of The Grind today (and also a short one). Checking out the 24-hour chart at Basher Central; we see something very atypical in bullion markets: a late leg down in prices.



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Generally, we see one of two patterns in daily trading:

1) Prices are pushed down (generally as far as they can go) in early trading; and the bankers may or may not be able to prevent prices rebounding higher...but no further declines or seen.

2) Or, on rising-price days; we will often see prices continuing to drift higher as the afternoon progresses.

Yet today we see a late leg DOWN in the price-action -- and with no visible explanation. With that, I'm "booking out" today; as you can't "explain" anything without data to work with.

Hopefully it will become apparent what today's trading "means" (if anything) between now and tomorrow's edition of The Grind...

;)
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#22046
Re: The Daily Grind... 1 Year, 7 Months ago Karma: 262
It's Thursday February 14, Valentine's day; but the banksters weren't behaving like "sweethearts" today. Bullion was knocked down another few dollars an ounce down below $1630.

The price action is (of course) irrelevant -- except to illustrate precisely how fraudulent the banksters' paper-bullion is. What was in the news today? The world's largest "gold miner" (more or less) was reporting a big loss, and annoucing it was putting ALL mine expansions on hold. In other words, news of lower supply.

The other news of the day was the WGC announcing "the second highest quarter ever" for gold demand. In other words, higher demand. Yet with BOTH "bullish" supply AND demand news out there; the price of gold goes DOWN.



What does it mean when the price of bullion goes down? People swap their paper for metal at an even higher rate.

Understand that the ENTIRE reason for suppressing the price of metal is to discourage people from holding metal -- and encourage them to hold paper. However, they have played their silly games for so long, and debauched the own financial system to such an incredible degree that when they launch these ambushes on the market they do no long-term harm to us, at all; but considerable harm to themselves...




Global Gold Demand Posts Second-Highest Quarter Ever; India Remains Top Consumer In 2012

www.kitco.com/reports/KitcoNews20130214AS_a.html

World gold demand from October through December was the second strongest of any quarter on record and 2012 was the second-highest ever for a full year behind 2011, the World Gold Council said Thursday in its quarterly report on demand trends.

Fourth-quarter demand was rose 4% year-on-year to 1,195.9 metric tons, while the value of the gold demand rose 6% to a near-record $66.2 billion, the Gold Council said. Growth in jewelry and central-bank demand exceeded declines in the investment and technology sectors, the report said.

“The strength in the fourth quarter was very much driven by a recovery in India,” said Marcus Grubb, managing director of investment for the WGC. Indian demand jumped 41% in October-December from the same period a year ago, helping the country maintain its role in 2012 as the world’s largest consumer, he said.

Full-year 2012 global demand dipped 4% to 4,405.5 tons from a record 4,582.3 tons in 2011. An increase in demand from institutional investors and central banks only partly offset a year-on-year decline in consumer demand, the report said.

The value of gold demand for 2012 hit a record of $236.4 billion during a year when the average price of gold rose 6% to the highest ever at $1,669 an ounce.

Data for the report is compiled by the consultancy Thomson Reuters GFMS.

An 11% rise in world fourth-quarter jewelry demand took the total to 525.3 metric tons, which was the highest of any quarter since the first quarter of 2011, the WGC said. However, for the full year, jewelry demand fell 3% to 1,908.1 tons, mainly due to the weaker Indian rupee, the WGC report said. The two largest jewelry-consuming nations of India and China accounted for 56% of annual global jewelry consumption.

Combined global investment demand for bars, coins and exchange-traded products in the fourth quarter fell 8% year-on-year to 424.7 tons, the WGC said...


Barrick Gold Reports 4Q Net Loss; CEO Pledges Disciplined Spending

www.ctvnews.ca/business/barrick-gold-rec...ows-change-1.1156335

... Specific steps undertaken by the company include cutting or deferring approximately $4 billion in previously budgeted capital spending, Sokalsky said.

“In today’s challenging environment, we have no plans to build any new mines,” he said. “We do have a number of world-class ore bodies around the world which hold sizeable economic potential, but they do not currently meet our investment criteria.”...
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#22047
Re: The Daily Grind... 1 Year, 7 Months ago Karma: 75
I saw both these pieces of news today and thought the world was taking on the appearance of science fiction, the laws of nature having been suspended while two forces play out in parallel universes. As we move closer towards the debt collapse, the complacency becomes more palpable. Either that, or the entire precious metals community is just a group of paranoid kooks talking to each other in an online echo chamber with no awareness of the nature of our own whack jobbery. Scarcity is abundance. Shortages mean inventory. Insolvency creates stability. Insolvency creates stability. Doubleplusgood.


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#22054
Re: The Daily Grind... 1 Year, 7 Months ago Karma: 218
agau121,

Welcome to the community and remember "Musical Musings" is part of the "community".

Appreciate your post(s)-

Thank You
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#22055
Re: The Daily Grind... 1 Year, 7 Months ago Karma: 75
While I appreciate the invite, I'm more likely to lurk than to contribute because I'm more or less inept with regards to music. Nonetheless, if I ever feel I have anything to contribute I might be emboldened to do so, but it is likely to be a rare occurrence. On second thought, I do appreciate irony in song lyrics, particularly those that challenge false authority or mindless social conventions. Maybeplusgood.
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Re: The Daily Grind... 1 Year, 7 Months ago Karma: 262
agau121 wrote:
I saw both these pieces of news today and thought the world was taking on the appearance of science fiction, the laws of nature having been suspended while two forces play out in parallel universes. As we move closer towards the debt collapse, the complacency becomes more palpable. Either that, or the entire precious metals community is just a group of paranoid kooks talking to each other in an online echo chamber with no awareness of the nature of our own whack jobbery. Scarcity is abundance. Shortages mean inventory. Insolvency creates stability. Insolvency creates stability. Doubleplusgood.




A very poignant clip AgAu.

However, if I may interject; this is the one thread where I'd especially like to stay fairly close to "on topic" (i.e. gold and silver). So if people see something here that makes them want to post something more tangential to the dialogue; I'd prefer they start a new thread elsewhere (wherever appropriate) and just reference what they saw on The Grind which prompted the post.

I'm certainly not wanting to discourage dialogue, but rather I want to make this thread relatively easy to follow as a chronology -- so if newer readers want to read backwards to absorb the gist of things they don't get totally sidetracked by other posts.

Thanks!

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Oh yes. Thank you for the direction. As I said before, I'm learning the cultural rules here. Will be more thoughtful next time. In particular I will try to do a double check of myself if I'm tired and not thinking clearly.
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