Harvey says the banks are most bothered by silver. COMEX has a problem, and in London, backwardation in silver (pay more for now Vs pay less for later) shows just how scarce physical silver truly is…
As the newbie specs enter the
casino market with the recent gold & silver price action, the commercials are buying rounds for everybody in the bar…
Craig Hemke tells Silver Doctors that the gold price will break-out in Q4, but, PHYSICAL SILVER IS URGENT NOW!
Bill Murphy tells Silver Doctors that the gold cartel is on the verge of failure. Silver is also ready to explode, and it doesn’t have to hit $50 first to do so.
Does it just look like, or have they finally lost control, and was it in gold, silver or both?
In western capital markets there is a widely-held view that a deteriorating economic outlook will provoke a run from commodities into cash, so those who regard gold as only a commodity are bearish but have almost certainly already sold. The four billion Asians who own most of the world’s gold take a different view, having learned through experience that their currencies collapse instead.
This sums up the opposing forces behind the gold price. In futures markets the bets are in favour of shorting, while the Asians continue to buy physical. And this is why yet again, the London gold forward rate (GOFO) went sharply into backwardation last Friday when futures markets forced prices lower.
Prices for gold and silver sold off last week, with gold falling from a high of $1331 to a low of $1286 on Tuesday, and silver went as low as $19.22 at one point.
Silver’s open interest on Comex has been building and is now close to all-time highs at over 164,000 contracts. When the tide turns, silver should be the star performer.