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Bloomberg Reports London Gold Fix Is Manipulated Although Evidence Exists For Many Years

Bloomberg Reports London Gold Fix Is Manipulated Although Evidence Exists For Many Years

While the London Fix price manipulation was already known for years (for instance by research from Dimitri Speck documented on several sites including ours), it is the COMEX futures dominant positions of JP Morgan that is an even bigger act of price manipulation. As usual, the mainstream media are running behind the truth and are not able to report on the most relevant facts.

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FT Removes Article “Gold Price Rigging Fears Put Investors On Alert”

FT Removes Article “Gold Price Rigging Fears Put Investors On Alert”

In an article published on Sunday, a Financial Times editor explains how the London Gold Fix could be structurally manipulated. In a myserious way, however, the article disappeared shortly after getting published. Too late for Google’s spider who already registered the article in its memory.

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Cyprus & Gold – Noise vs Facts

| April 10, 2013 | Articles: General

Let us be very clear on this. The Central Bank of Cyprus today announced openly and officially that no talks are ongoing about this subject. What does it tell about the reliability of news coming out of mainstream media related to gold? Correct, the mainstream media simply do not understand the gold market, set aside the dynamics within the precious metals market.

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Why Mainstream Media, Main Street And Institutions Fail To See The Benefits Of Gold

| October 11, 2012 | Articles: Insights
Why Mainstream Media, Main Street And Institutions Fail To See The Benefits Of Gold

This is the second article in a five part series that is based on a Q&A with Nick Barisheff, 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.” His book will be released later this year but is available now for pre-order on Amazon.com. The main idea behind this article: financial assets and hard assets tend to evolve in opposite directions on a very long term timeframe. Those are simply the dynamics of economic cycles. Many of today’s investors have no other experience than what’s happened in the long bull market of financial assets, between 1980 and […]

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