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Peter Schiff: Amazing Silver Opportunity because of Operation Screw

This is a transcript of Peter Schiff’s video about today’s silver opportunity. Peter schiff says: “I am talking today on behalf of my company Euro Pacific Precious Metals. I have been encouraging people to buy gold & silver for years. I was particularly vocal about it in late August when the charts broke out in both gold & silver. It became apparent to people that QE3 was coming. I knew QE3 was coming the minute they launched QE2, because I knew that QE2 wouldn’t work. In fact, I knew QE1 was coming before they even coined the term. I didn’t know how they were going to call it, but I […]

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Theodore Butler: The Arguments Against a Silver Manipulation

No matter how convinced I may be that silver has been manipulated downward in price by JPMorgan’s concentrated and rapidly increasing short position in COMEX futures contracts; it is vital to explore why that may be wrong. Particularly with a conviction held for a long period of time, it is important to make sure I am not missing anything basic. The best way to do that is to listen closely to those who may disagree with the silver manipulation allegations. However, uncovering the arguments against a silver manipulation is not as easy as you might think. For one thing, there is certainly no strong case against manipulation being made by […]

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Theodore Butler: Transparency

| September 24, 2012 | Articles: Experts Talk

I’ve gotten more mail than usual from subscribers recently, most with a common theme – I should publicize the real goings on in silver to a wider audience. Many suggested taking out advertisements in popular media sources, like the Wall Street Journal, accompanied with genuine offers of contribution. Others suggested I approach the big hedge funds to interest them in investing in silver. Not only do I agree with the suggestions, but I have been trying to extend the reach of the real silver story for quite some time. It’s kind of what I do. I don’t think The Wall Street Journal would even accept an ad that accused one […]

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Jim Sinclair Explains How QE3 Will Lead To The End Game

We read an excellent set of insights from Mr Gold (Jim Sinclair), who is known famous for his generosity in sharing his wisdom. In one of his latest articles, he explains how we got to the point where the last round of Quantitative Easing (QE3) was inevitable. With a high degree of accuracy, he explains the situation in the derivatives market and the manipulation of regulators as being one of the root causes of the huge financial problems we are facing. These kinds of facts are not reported in the media, for sure not the mainstream media. We appreciate Jim Sinclair for his honesty, integrity and generosity. Mr Sinclair points to […]

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John Embry Expects a Silver Price Explosion Driven by Physical Shortage

John Embry Expects a Silver Price Explosion Driven by Physical Shortage

We are a long-time fan of John Embry, as we consider him one of the most experienced people in the precious metals world. In his latest interview on King World News, he confirmed once again what is happening particularly with silver: manipulation of silver prices is still going on but signs of shortage in physical silver are increasing by the day and hence a silver price explosion is almost unavoidable. Manipulation vs opportunity Just like several other precious metals experts, John Embry is confirming the ongoing suppression of the gold and silver prices. This is what he had to say on King World News in yesterday’s interview: “Two days before the […]

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Nick Barisheff comments on QE3 & confirms his $10,000 gold price outlook

“Gold’s sharp price increase in response to QE3 announcement, compared to a smaller increase in equity prices, indicates the futility of more fiat currency expansion”. That’s Nick Barisheff his view about Thursday’s announcement from the US Fed. Nick Barisheff is the CEO of Bullion Management Group Inc and author of the book $10,000 Gold; Why Gold’s Inevitable Rise is the Investor’s Safe Haven which will be released later this year. The statement of the Fed and the effect it had on the prices of precious metals, confirms Nick’s expectations of  gold priced at $10,000 an ounce. The Fed is desperately trying to stimulate job growth in the US. Their belief is that […]

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Will Expert David Morgan Call the Bottom on the Metals Market Again?

| September 14, 2012 | Articles: Experts Talk

David Morgan, editor of The Morgan Report, expects gold to top $1,800/oz and silver to top $40/oz by the end of the year and both to take off from there. In this exclusive interview with The Gold Report, Morgan shares the logic behind his predictions and identifies several companies set to benefit from the end of the precious metal doldrums. Companies mentioned : ENDEAVOUR SILVER CORP. : FIRST MAJESTIC SILVER CORP. : FRANCO-NEVADA CORP. : GOLD STANDARD VENTURES CORP. : SILVER WHEATON CORP. : SILVERCREST MINES INC. The Gold Report: What’s your current outlook on metals, the economy and the general market indexes? David Morgan: My outlook is bullish on the metals both short and long term. I think that the bottom […]

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Paul Brodsky: We Are Now Beginning The Last Wave Of Gold’s Major Uptrend

| September 14, 2012 | Articles: Experts Talk

On the heels of the Fed announcing QE3, and the gold market surging higher, today King World News wanted to speak with the firm that is calling for $10,000 gold.  Paul Brodsky, who co-founded QB Asset Management Company, had this to say about what what the Fed and other central planners are doing:  “What I’ve noticed about today’s move is that the Fed embarked on more QE, but without any pretense, it seems, of economic stimulation.  I think this is something that investors, economists and others should take note of.” Paul Brodsky continues: “It may be ‘crossing the Rubicon’ if you will, from the thinking that the Fed might be able […]

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Doug Casey on the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly of Today’s Journalism

| September 13, 2012 | Articles: Experts Talk

Louis: Hola Doug. What’s on your mind this week? Doug: The color yellow. As in “yellow journalism” – which seems almost the only kind we have these days. Of course, to be fair, inflammatory, shamelessly dishonest “man bites dog” journalism has always been the dominant kind, simply because it sells papers. But we’ll see more than the usual amount in the next couple of months, simply because elections lend themselves to it; politics seems to stimulate the reptilian part of the brain, the most primitive part. Both politics and the reptilian brain relate well to the yellow press. Anyway, like many people, I watched snippets of the Republican National Convention […]

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Stephen Leeb: $150 Silver and an Ocean of Paper Money to Flood the System

| September 12, 2012 | Articles: Experts Talk

Today acclaimed money manager Stephen Leeb told King World News, “There is no doubt that the Fed is going to print hundreds of billions of additional dollars.”  Leeb also said, “They (the Fed) will have created multiple trillions of dollars and it won’t stop.”  Leeb also said that in this environment, “… silver is easily going to $150.” But first, here is what Leeb had to say about the situation in Europe: “I think the German high court decision was expected.  It won’t have any effect on Europe’s ability to reflate.  Bond purchases will take place, and Europeans now recognize they are all interrelated.  If something happens to any of those […]

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Grant Williams about QE3, Central Planning and Gold

| September 6, 2012 | Articles: Experts Talk

QE3 is coming folks. Maybe not quite yet, but soon and when it does, it will be a coordinated blitz between the Fed, the ECB, the BoE and the PBOC with the BoJ tagging along because… well, why not? Not only will it be coordinated, but it will be gigantic. It’s really all they have left now. The fear of falling that surrounds deflation has paralyzed the world for the last four years and drastic measures have been taken to stave off that which central planners fear the most. Lately, the big problem the world has faced has been Europe’s unwillingness to get its head out of its a** come […]

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Peter Schiff: The QE Debate

There is an ongoing three way debate between those who believe the Fed should do more to strengthen the recovery, those who believe that the recovery is strong enough to continue on its own, and those who believe that the economy has been so fundamentally altered by the recession that no amount of stimulus can succeed in pushing unemployment down to pre-crash levels. As usual, they all have it wrong (although some are more wrong than others). The false conclusions are being made by the likes of bond king Bill Gross, who has suggested that the economic fundamentals have changed. They argue that a “new normal” is now in place […]

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Stephen Leeb: Bernanke, Europe, China & The Surge In Gold & Silver

| September 1, 2012 | Articles: Experts Talk

Today acclaimed money manager Stephen Leeb told King World News that he expects the Fed will in fact ease at their September meeting.  Leeb also discussed the strong move in gold and silver, but first, here is what Leeb had to say regarding Bernanke and the Fed: “I think what investors clearly wanted to hear from Bernanke is that he’s ready to ease on monetary policy, and that he’s ready to open the floodgates again.  That, combined with a much more docile Merkel, and news today that China’s copper demand might be a lot stronger than people think, and you really had a trifecta here today.” Stephen Leeb continues: “The Bernanke story […]

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Robert Fitzwilson: How To Survive The Coming Chaotic & Catastrophic Markets

Today 40 year veteran, Robert Fitzwilson, wrote the following piece exclusively for King World News.  Fitzwilson, who is founder of The Portola Group, put together a fascinating piece which covers which covers, “… which (asset) class performed the task of wealth preservation that we all hope to achieve in these chaotic and potentially catastrophic markets.” “Our last report dealt with the characteristics of a bubble as seen through a technology stock, Cisco, and the sentiment surrounding the choice of that asset.  We thought it would be even more interesting to revisit the issue across a broad array of asset classes during the period from 1978 to 1980. Continue reading on King […]

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