Trump Considers Strong Gold Standard Advocate for Treasury Secretary!

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Written by Avery B. Goodman

Some folks were skeptical when I said President-Elect Donald J. Trump is going to be a gold-friendly President. In my article, “Understanding Elections, Gold & The US Dollar Via Market Manipulation“, published on November 22, 2016, I suggested that the banksters now expect their access to the US gold reserve to be cut off. To understand how the banksters manipulate markets, read the novel “The Synod”.

Many patriots are disgusted by the corruption at the US Treasury and Federal Reserve, but have been downtrodden for so long, they find it hard to believe that things are finally about to change. But, they are! Yesterday, our incoming President met with John Allison, previously CEO of BB&T Bank and, more recently, President and CEO of the Libertarian think tank known as the Cato Institute. Like myself and other believers in honest money, he is a strong believer in the idea of reinstituting the gold standard. For example, in a piece published in the Cato Journal in 2014 he wrote, and I quote:

“We need a private, free-banking system based on a market standard such as gold. If the United States had continued with the classical gold standard instead of having instituted a government money monopoly in 1913, we would have learned through experimentation, as all markets do, and would have a radically better financial system and higher economic growth today.”

These are not the words of a corrupt bankster but, rather, of a true banker and patriot. They are music to my ears, and will be music for millions of Americans who have suffered for more than a century, under the tyranny of corrupt financial players. The banksters have ruined our economy and our social cohesion. The excretion of dishonest money (ie: paper & electronic dollars, euros, and pounds), controlled by no fixed standard, has triggered repeated booms and busts, allowing the well-connected banksters to profit while the rest of the population suffers.  Allison further wrote:

“Second, I would get rid of the Federal Reserve because the volatility in the economy is primarily caused by the Fed. Sound money matters. When the Fed is radically changing the money supply, distorting interest rates, and overregulating the financial sector, it makes rational economic calculation difficult. Markets do form bubbles, but the Fed makes them worse.”

The fact that the President-elect is meeting with him doesn’t mean he is going to get the appointment. Nor does it mean that that the USA is headed to a gold standard. Remember, a large part of our gold is probably already gone. It has been pissed away by the current administration as described in my previous article. However, the mere fact that Mr. Allison is being given serious consideration for appointment as U.S. Treasury Secretary provides a deep insight as to how the incoming Trump administration views gold.  Does anyone still doubt that the bankster’s access to America’s gold reserves is about to end?

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Pennsylvania State Department: “Stein missed recount deadline”!

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Written by: Avery B. Goodman

Jill Stein and her supporters (George Soros?) thought they were all set, ready to bring question on the legitimacy of Donald J. Trump’s new Presidential administration. She was to serve as Hillary Clinton’s new public “avatar”, standing in for the Democratic nominee. She piled up the cash, obtaining nearly $7 million dollars, probably from Hillary Clinton supporters.

There was just one thing missing… careful attention to the calendar.

According to the Pennsylvania State Department, she missed the deadline to file for a recount! This error is fatal to any hope of disrupting the peaceful transition of power. Now, even in the unlikely event that the recounts in Wisconsin and Michigan come out in Hillary’s favor, there will be no way to overturn the result. Pennsylvania, alone, brings with it a sufficient number of electoral votes to make Trump President.

It’s over, folks. Does that mean she’ll give back the money? Doubtful. People expect to be paid when they engage in acts designed to disrupt society. No doubt, she’ll find an excuse to keep the dough!  However, we shall see…

DEBUNKING THE MYTH OF THE “P/E RATIO”

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Written By:  Avery B. Goodman

Summary

The Price/Earnings Ratio is touted as a means of predicting stock price movement.

The Price/Earnings Ratio Has No Value in Predicting Future Stock Movement.

A stock price crash may be coming but the currently inflated S&P 500 P/E Ratio is meaningless.

The price/earnings ratio, or “P/E ratio”, is the current price of one share divided by the earnings per share of the company. Over the years, a lot of financial advisors and market gurus have pointed to this number as a method by which to determine whether a company’s share price will rise or fall. Others look at the P/E ratio as a way to determine whether stock indexes are susceptible to a big downturn.

If the ratio is low, some claim that a company’s stock valuation is “safe” and share prices are likely to rise. In contrast, if the ratio is high, they say share prices are likely to fall. That seems simple and intuitively sound doesn’t it? A nice simple idea like that always excites people. Other gurus decided to expand on it. They applied the idea to the broad indexes of stocks, coming up with a P/E ratio for the broad stock market, most often using the S&P 500. According to them, if the ratio of the S&P 500 is “dangerously high”, stock prices are “susceptible to a bear market.” Conversely, when ratios are low, they believe that the market will rise.

Unfortunately, it isn’t true.

The interest rate manipulations of a central bank are far more important than any other factor in a myriad of ways, even beyond the subject of stocks and economics. When people asked me how I knew that Donald Trump would be the next U.S. President a week before the election, for example, I answered by writing an article, and explaining that my insight came purely from observing gold price manipulation. If you want to learn how this works, read the novel “The Synod”.

At any rate, I made offhand mention of the fact that the Obama administration has helped create the biggest financial bubble in history. It triggered an unhappy comment from a stock-loving reader, who assumed I was talking about an impending crash in stock prices. I was actually talking about the bond market, which has a value several orders of magnitude larger than the stock market.

However, his comment raised some issues that beg clarification. The commenter insisted that stocks cannot crash because the S&P 500’s current P/E ratio is not historically high. At slightly over 25 to 1, he is wrong. It is historically high. It is simply not inside astronomical territory. But, it is a bit on the high side. History tells us that crashes don’t need to be preceded by astronomical P/E ratios.

Thankfully, for current stock investors, generally speaking, P/E ratios don’t matter much to future bull or bear trends. The ratio is most useful for evaluating the ability of a company to pay a dividend and for nothing else. That doesn’t mean stocks aren’t about to crash. It simply means that a modestly high or low P/E ratio has no predictive ability, whatsoever, when it comes to the future of stock prices. It never has. Never once! Just the opposite!

For example, the decline in stock prices at the beginning of the so-called “Great Recession” began in Fall of 2007. The S&P 500 P/E ratio was only a bit over 19 to 1! By January 2009, one year and four months later, stocks declined a lot. In spite of that, the P/E ratio had still risen to about 71! That’s when the fastest decline began (between January and mid-March 2009).

The key point is that the 71 to 1 ratio in January 2009 was not a result of rising stock values. It occurred because most investors fell behind the curve. They hadn’t dumped stocks vigorously enough to force prices down all the way yet. Earnings had simply fallen faster than stock prices, but stock prices were already in a bear market!

When the dot.com bubble started to burst, back in March, 2000, the S&P 500’s P/E ratio was a bit over 28 to 1. By August 2003, in spite of stocks having dropped by a huge amount, the P/E ratio was still 26.57. Again, investors fell behind the price drop. Another classic example was at the beginning of the Great Depression of the 1930s. In the late 1920s, the Federal Reserve flooded dollars into the economy to assist the British central bank in managing a floundering post-war British pound. With a massive increase in the money supply, American business artificially boomed.

The so-called “Roaring 20s” were an era in which earnings and dividend payments increased quickly. Every investment seemed to pay off. Stock prices followed but not in excess of the rise in company earnings. Like today, people dreamed about getting rich quick trading stocks. Earnings were so good that by January 1929, the S&P 500 P/E ratio was only a bit under 17.76. That was in spite of skyrocketing stock prices.

By October, 1929, however, the P/E ratio still stood at 17.83. By February 1933, when stock prices had finally fallen to about 10% of their value in 1929, the S&P 500 P/E ratio was 14.88! Here is the bottom line… in spite of the 90% decline in stock prices, the P/E was not very different from when prices were 900% higher!

What does that tell you, my friends? Many may be wondering how this could be possible? Most of your adult life, or at least that part of it in which you’ve been listening to the propaganda from talking heads, University Professors, and business media writers, you’ve always been told that P/E ratios matter.

They do matter, just not to whether a stock is about to go up or down. They matter with respect to the ability of a company to pay you a certain level of dividends. With respect to everything else, forget all P/E ratios. In a perfect world conceived in unrealistic economic theory, the P/E ratio might matter. It just doesn’t matter in our world.

That’s because in a stable economy, earnings would be a measure of how well run a company is. But, we don’t have an economy like that. What we have are central banks who determine bull and bear markets, by flooding money in and out of financial markets. The efficiency of company management is a factor, but a small one, when you compare it to the overall financial conditions created by this central banking manipulative activity. That’s why, in our world, the P/E ratio has no predictive value.

In the real world, earnings react to the money supply just like stock prices. When the money supply goes up, and interest rates go down, earnings go up and so do stock prices. The situation ends up artificial and temporary but that is what happens. You can complain about it all you want. You should complain and try to change things. But, for now, it’s as simple as that.

That’s why P/E ratios cannot predict individual share prices in the future. It is also why they certainly cannot predict whether or not a bull or bear market is on the way. Remember, again, that the earnings of all companies ALWAYS go up when a central bank increases the money supply. That’s got nothing to do with the quality of the management team in any one company, or all the companies listed on the S&P 500 index.

The decisions of the central bank and the government are the primary things that determine whether stock prices crash or continue upward, but there are a few relevant questions you can ask. Once a lot of money has been printed, is the central bank going to significantly raise rates? Will they constrain liquidity? Will they narrow the loan windows from which banks can loan hedge funds and other speculators money? If so, there will be a crash.

How big the crash will be is determined by how big the preceding bubble was. But, if they never raise rates, constrain liquidity or close loan windows, the ultimate result will be a collapse of the currency itself. To keep a boom going you not only can’t significantly raise interest rates, but you’ve got to keep the money spigot open and flowing. The amount of time it takes to collapse is primarily determined by how clever and believable the countering propaganda is.

In practical terms, going forward, if the Federal Reserve allows interest rates to rise significantly, it won’t matter whether the S&P 500’s P/E ratio is high or low. Earnings will fall, and the P/E ratios will rise unless stock prices drop (which they will). The current P/E ratio will have nothing to do with that.

Don’t get me wrong. What I have just told you doesn’t mean stock prices are about to crash. It just means that you should not be relying on P/E ratio’s to determine whether there is “froth on the stock bubble”, as some pundits like to put it. Current P/E ratios have NO VALUE in predicting future P/E ratios and, therefore, no value in predicting price movement.

The fact that P/E ratios are not in the stratosphere, right now, will do nothing to stop or slow down a potential stock price crash. That’s why, in my opinion, the safest bet, right now, is not general stock investment at all, but rather precious metals and mining companies. I don’t come to this conclusion based on P/E ratios, but on the probability that the Federal Reserve will be raising interest rates, and the fact that there is an insufficient quantity of gold to supply the market, as explained in more detail here.

History tells us that it is more likely that stocks will decline if P/E ratios are astronomically high and prices have already been heading down. But, almost all major stock market crashes including the Crash of 1929, the dot.com Crash of 2000, and the “Great Recession Crash of 2007 – 09” BEGIN with very modest S&P 500 P/E ratios. Therefore, be careful to evaluate the future based based on what the central bank does, not on P/E ratios.

Appended, below, is a list of the S&P 500’s P/E ratio at all points discussed in this article.

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PRICE/EARNINGS RATIO OF THE S&P 500 INDEX STOCKS
(Source: Schiller, Robert “Irrational Exuberance”
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Date                  Value

11-25-16              25.46  (estimate)

Oct 1, 2016          24.53

Sep 1, 2016         24.82

Aug 1, 2016         24.98

Jul 1, 2016            24.72

Jun 1, 2016          23.97

May 1, 2016        23.81

Apr 1, 2016          23.97

Mar 1, 2016         23.39

Feb 1, 2016         22.02

Jan 1, 2016          22.18

Dec 1, 2015         23.74

Nov 1, 2015         23.67

Oct 1, 2015          22.68

Sep 1, 2015         21.45

Aug 1, 2015         22.15

Jul 1, 2015            22.40

Jun 1, 2015          22.12

May 1, 2015        21.92

Apr 1, 2015          21.42

Mar 1, 2015         20.96

Feb 1, 2015         20.77

Jan 1, 2015          20.02

Dec 1, 2014         20.08

Nov 1, 2014         19.75

Oct 1, 2014          18.50

Sep 1, 2014         18.81

Aug 1, 2014         18.68

Jul 1, 2014            18.96

Jun 1, 2014          18.88

May 1, 2014        18.46

Apr 1, 2014          18.35

Mar 1, 2014         18.48

Feb 1, 2014         18.06

Jan 1, 2014          18.15

Dec 1, 2013         18.04

Nov 1, 2013         18.15

Oct 1, 2013          17.86

Sep 1, 2013         17.88

Aug 1, 2013         17.91

Jul 1, 2013            18.12

Jun 1, 2013          17.80

May 1, 2013        18.25

Apr 1, 2013          17.69

Mar 1, 2013         17.68

Feb 1, 2013         17.32

Jan 1, 2013          17.03

Dec 1, 2012         16.44

Nov 1, 2012         16.12

Oct 1, 2012          16.62

Sep 1, 2012         16.69

Aug 1, 2012         16.14

Jul 1, 2012            15.55

Jun 1, 2012          15.05

May 1, 2012        15.22

Apr 1, 2012          15.70

Mar 1, 2012         15.69

Feb 1, 2012         15.37

Jan 1, 2012          14.87

Dec 1, 2011         14.30

Nov 1, 2011         14.10

Oct 1, 2011          13.88

Sep 1, 2011         13.50

Aug 1, 2011         13.79

Jul 1, 2011            15.61

Jun 1, 2011          15.35

May 1, 2011        16.12

Apr 1, 2011          16.21

Mar 1, 2011         16.04

Feb 1, 2011         16.52

Jan 1, 2011          16.30

Dec 1, 2010         16.05

Nov 1, 2010         15.88

Oct 1, 2010          15.90

Sep 1, 2010         15.61

Aug 1, 2010         15.47

Jul 1, 2010            15.72

Jun 1, 2010          16.15

May 1, 2010        17.30

Apr 1, 2010          19.01

Mar 1, 2010         18.91

Feb 1, 2010         18.91

Jan 1, 2010          20.70

Dec 1, 2009         21.78

Nov 1, 2009         28.51

Oct 1, 2009          42.12

Sep 1, 2009         83.30

Aug 1, 2009         92.95

Jul 1, 2009            101.87

Jun 1, 2009          123.32

May 1, 2009        123.73

Apr 1, 2009          119.85

Mar 1, 2009         110.37

Feb 1, 2009         84.46

Jan 1, 2009          70.91

Dec 1, 2008         58.98

Nov 1, 2008         34.99

Oct 1, 2008          27.22

Sep 1, 2008         26.48

Aug 1, 2008         26.83

Jul 1, 2008            25.37

Jun 1, 2008          26.11

May 1, 2008        25.81

Apr 1, 2008          23.88

Mar 1, 2008         21.81

Feb 1, 2008         21.74

Jan 1, 2008          21.46

Dec 1, 2007         22.35

Nov 1, 2007         20.81

Oct 1, 2007          20.68

Sep 1, 2007         19.05

Aug 1, 2007         18.02

Jul 1, 2007            18.36

Jun 1, 2007          17.83

May 1, 2007        17.92

Apr 1, 2007          17.48

Mar 1, 2007         16.92

Feb 1, 2007         17.49

Jan 1, 2007          17.36

Dec 1, 2006         17.38

Nov 1, 2006         17.24

Oct 1, 2006          17.14

Sep 1, 2006         16.77

Aug 1, 2006         16.67

Jul 1, 2006            16.61

Jun 1, 2006          16.82

May 1, 2006        17.46

Apr 1, 2006          17.77

Mar 1, 2006         17.80

Feb 1, 2006         17.80

Jan 1, 2006          18.07

Dec 1, 2005         18.07

Nov 1, 2005         18.01

Oct 1, 2005          17.64

Sep 1, 2005         18.44

Aug 1, 2005         18.72

Jul 1, 2005            19.00

Jun 1, 2005          19.00

May 1, 2005        18.93

Apr 1, 2005          19.02

Mar 1, 2005         19.84

Feb 1, 2005         20.11

Jan 1, 2005          19.99

Dec 1, 2004         20.48

Nov 1, 2004         20.05

Oct 1, 2004          19.25

Sep 1, 2004         19.35

Aug 1, 2004         19.03

Jul 1, 2004            19.51

Jun 1, 2004          20.17

May 1, 2004        20.14

Apr 1, 2004          21.23

Mar 1, 2004         21.62

Feb 1, 2004         22.46

Jan 1, 2004          22.73

Dec 1, 2003         22.17

Nov 1, 2003         23.15

Oct 1, 2003          24.75

Sep 1, 2003         26.42

Aug 1, 2003         26.57

Jul 1, 2003            27.65

Jun 1, 2003          28.60

May 1, 2003        28.24

Apr 1, 2003          28.05

Mar 1, 2003         27.92

Feb 1, 2003         28.46

Jan 1, 2003          31.43

Dec 1, 2002         32.59

Nov 1, 2002         32.03

Oct 1, 2002          29.24

Sep 1, 2002         28.89

Aug 1, 2002         31.53

Jul 1, 2002            32.46

Jun 1, 2002          37.92

May 1, 2002        41.41

Apr 1, 2002          43.81

Mar 1, 2002         46.71

Feb 1, 2002         44.57

Jan 1, 2002          46.17

Dec 1, 2001         46.37

Nov 1, 2001         43.62

Oct 1, 2001          39.72

Sep 1, 2001         36.90

Aug 1, 2001         37.85

Jul 1, 2001            35.46

Jun 1, 2001          33.67

May 1, 2001        32.02

Apr 1, 2001          27.96

Mar 1, 2001         26.10

Feb 1, 2001         27.81

Jan 1, 2001          27.55

Dec 1, 2000         26.62

Nov 1, 2000         26.90

Oct 1, 2000          26.50

Sep 1, 2000         27.34

Aug 1, 2000         27.97

Jul 1, 2000            28.05

Jun 1, 2000          28.16

May 1, 2000        27.49

Apr 1, 2000          28.50

Mar 1, 2000         28.31

Feb 1, 2000         27.76

Jan 1, 2000          29.04

Dec 1, 1999         29.66

Nov 1, 1999         29.74

Oct 1, 1999          28.66

Sep 1, 1999         29.99

Aug 1, 1999         30.89

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GREAT DEPRESSION ERA STATISTICS

Feb 1, 1933

14.88

Jan 1, 1933          17.29

Dec 1, 1932         16.63

Nov 1, 1932         16.40

Oct 1, 1932          16.18

Sep 1, 1932         17.96

Aug 1, 1932         15.69

Jul 1, 1932            10.22

Jun 1, 1932          9.35

May 1, 1932        10.40

Apr 1, 1932          11.63

Mar 1, 1932         14.75

Feb 1, 1932         14.19

Jan 1, 1932          14.07

Dec 1, 1931         13.84

Nov 1, 1931         16.23

Oct 1, 1931          15.30

Sep 1, 1931         16.90

Aug 1, 1931         19.04

Jul 1, 1931            18.86

Jun 1, 1931          17.56

May 1, 1931        17.48

Apr 1, 1931          18.66

Mar 1, 1931         19.92

Feb 1, 1931         18.90

Jan 1, 1931          17.00

Dec 1, 1930         15.99

Nov 1, 1930         16.29

Oct 1, 1930          16.59

Sep 1, 1930         18.39

Aug 1, 1930         17.62

Jul 1, 1930            16.98

Jun 1, 1930          16.68

May 1, 1930        17.87

Apr 1, 1930          18.19

Mar 1, 1930         16.51

Feb 1, 1930         15.38

Jan 1, 1930          13.92

Dec 1, 1929         13.29

Nov 1, 1929         12.94

Oct 1, 1929          17.83

Sep 1, 1929         20.19

Aug 1, 1929         19.67

Jul 1, 1929            18.86

Jun 1, 1929          17.43

May 1, 1929        17.34

Apr 1, 1929          17.32

Mar 1, 1929         17.66

Feb 1, 1929         17.60

Jan 1, 1929          17.76

 

The Price Movement In Gold Told Us Trump Would Win A Week Ahead Of Time – Now It Reveals The Future Again!

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Written by:   Avery B. Goodman

Recently, almost all prognosticators were predicting that Donald Trump would lose the 2016 election and that Hillary Clinton would be our new President. A lot of people were, and still are astonished, at the fact that I was certain that Mr. Trump was going to be our new President, a week before the election, at a time that all the polls said he was sure to lose. Indeed, if by some miracle Trump happened to win, almost everyone said the price of gold would soar. When Mr. Trump defied all their expectations and did win, it did soar, but only for a few hours. After that, it was downhill all the way. Many people continue to be perplexed. The confusion comes from the fact that, even though most people now realize the price of gold is rigged, they don’t fully grasp what that means.

It really is amazing what you can learn about the world around you, simply by carefully watching the machinations of market manipulators. Those of us who look closely at gold price manipulation knew that Donald Trump would be the 45th President of the United States. We already told our friends about it, and they’d all already had their full of laughing at us. We said it didn’t matter what the polls were reporting. We knew the public polls were lying. We had much more reliable pollsters working for us. The best thing about it was that banksters were the ones who paid for those pollsters. We didn’t pay one red cent!

I am going to use this article as a nice way to avoid having to repeat the same story to a hundred different people. I am going to tell you how I knew. To benefit from what I am about to share with you, cleanse your mind of all the preconceptions you came in with. Forget about the money supply, market sentiment, exchange rates, inflation, and inflationary expectations. Forget about the quaint notion that supply and demand (in the short to medium run) has anything to do with the price of gold. Most importantly, forget about technical analysis. Fibonacci is as worthless as an Elliott wave when the manipulators paint the tape. It’s all rubbish.

The pricing factors I’ve just rattled off, in the preceding paragraph, do affect gold prices at specific points of time. But, in determining the near-term price of gold, they pale to insignificance compared to market manipulation. A lack of supply, for example, will eventually cause the price of gold to rise over the very long term. This will happen mainly because western central planners have a limited supply of gold and want to conserve it. Accordingly, they may obey a political decision to slow down the hemorrhage of yellow metal from their vaults. That causes prices to rise. It’s probably the reason gold prices rose dramatically from 2001 to 2011.

Here is the bottom line: the pricing factors that pundits like to talk about eventually matter. They just don’t matter now. They will matter when the official gold reserves of the United States are exhausted or closed off to access by market manipulators for political reasons. Their closure, as a matter of fact, is about to happen next year, so you won’t have to wait very long. But, in the meantime, until Mr. Barack Obama actually leaves the White House, what matters most is what the market manipulators do. It’s that plain and simple.

Gold is under-supplied and over-demanded, and this has been true for a very long time. Since the Crash of 2008, this problem has grown exponentially. The gap between supply and demand is now enormous. As I pointed out, way back, at the end of the summer of 2015, the deficiency of supply meant that a minimum of 606 tons had to be pumped in to meet demand in 2015. By 2016, if they had not allowed prices to rise, someone would have had to supply something like 1,345 tons, in 2016, to keep prices below $1,200 per ounce.

Soon after I wrote the article, Goldman Sachs began buying physical gold like it was going out of style, even as they were telling everyone else to sell. About 6 months after they stocked up, prices began to soar. Asset prices often tend to move on that approximate timetable when Goldman is involved. But, the key thing to remember is that physical gold (unlike electronic futures contracts) cannot be conjured out of thin air. The hard yellow metal must come from somewhere. The most likely origin for the massive tonnage of gold that has backstopped market manipulation, for the last 5 years, is the United States Gold Reserve.

The Obama administration appears to have agreed to guaranty the banksters’ downside gold manipulations with “location swaps”. In a “location swap”, a lien is placed on bars of gold stored in an inconvenient location in exchange for bars of gold stored in a convenient location. The liens are assigned to a bank that has possession of easily deliverable bars of gold. It is highly likely that the Federal Reserve and Bank of England, which hold great quantities of gold on behalf of foreign governments, were assigned liens against US Treasury gold held at Fort Knox. Once in possession of the liens, the Fed and BofE delivered the gold bars from their vaults into the market via J.P. Morgan and other banks.

Can I prove this scenario with the required level of certainty in a court of law. No. It would be impossible. No private attorney could ever succeed in proving it. To prove it to a formal legal standard, you need the power to send agents to seize documents and things before the banks could destroy them. Only a determined US prosecuting attorney, or the Attorney General of the United States has that kind of power and because the issue is so sensitive that is unlikely to happen even under the Trump administration. Yet, the conclusions are so logical and so deeply supported by the circumstantial evidence and common sense, that they are almost certain to be true.

The CEOs of all of the major international banking houses that deal in gold paid a visit to the White House, at 11:00 am, the day before the biggest price attack in history was launched against gold in April, 2013. They didn’t go there to play checkers. Nor were they there to commiserate with Obama about the banking industry as the media reported at the time. The latter claim is just a cover story. The CEOs went there to talk about gold, and to urge Obama to release enough of it to silence the “canary in the coal mine” (gold price increases) because it was loudly chirping that his policies, which they supported, were failing.

In short, American government has been supplying physical gold to back up gold price manipulation. I am not talking about merely supplying what is required to back up .4% of the futures contract buyers at COMEX who demand physical delivery.  I am talking about backing up the gap amounting to hundreds and even well over a thousand tons of the stuff every year. This is metal that must be delivered by the banks all over the globe — to China, India, South America, Europe and the Middle East.

For example, when gold was selling for less than $1,200 per ounce, some entity (whom I nicknamed the “gold supplier of last resort) supplied a minimum of 606 tons of gold (probably a lot more) in 2015. By 2016, that same entity would have had to deliver 1,345 tons more to keep prices at 2015 levels. If the supply gap had not been filled prices would have returned quickly to a minimum of $1,500 – $1,600 range where supply and demand converged back in 2012.

Let’s fast forward to late 2016. The price of gold had already dramatically risen since I’d written those articles about the shortfalls. As the prices rose, of course, physical demand fell. However, physical demand has never fallen low enough to completely relieve the pressure on US gold reserves. Higher prices simply reduced the pressure, but did not eliminate it. Had Clinton won the Presidential election, things would have continued the way the manipulators planned. They were slowly allowing prices to normalize toward an equalization of supply & demand, making a few million in profits along the way.

But, as the beginning of November began to unfold, the banksters got shocked by a surprise. The person “annointed” by them, to be the next President, was going to lose the election. They’d used their campaign contributions to control the Presidency for decades! But, in 2016, for the first time perhaps in history, hundreds of millions of dollars have been wasted. In spite of all the money they poured into the Hillary Clinton campaign, Donald J. Trump was going to win.

The public pollsters who work for the likes of the NY Times, CNN, NBC, et. al. weren’t about to let the American public know that, of course. But, the banksters knew better. They have their own private pollsters. Unlike the public polling companies that work for the mainstream media, the results delivered by these private pollsters are not contaminated by political distortion. The bankster’s private polling agencies are entirely impartial and accurate. They have to be. Billions of dollars in depositor cash were riding on it, all at risk inside the derivatives casino the banksters have created.

The key manipulators knew the truth… and it showed… several days before the election. Because they knew the truth, those of us who follow their antics also knew. All you had to do was watch what they were doing to the price of gold, toward the end of the week that preceded election day. Their actions clearly broadcast that Donald J. Trump would win the Presidency on November 8th.

Our new President-elect has often expressed an affinity for the yellow metal and even the gold standard. He is almost certain to reverse the executive orders, signed by Obama, that secretly gave the banksters unfettered access to pissing away America’s treasure. That’s why when they found out he was almost certain to win, they had to change their strategy dramatically. A Trump win meant that their use of US government’s gold was about to end, and they need that gold in order to carry out profitable price manipulations in the futures markets.

Just like they did prior to the British Brexit vote, the banksters acted ahead of time. They began attacking gold prices toward the end of the week before the election. Yet, no one can be 100% sure their pollsters are correct. Not even independent polls without bias can provide 100% certainty. Therefore, the manipulations of the week prior to the election seem relatively small-scale. I believe that they were primarily geared toward assisting individual banksters address private portfolios with an expectation about what they would do with public money afterward. The main part of the upcoming manipulation would be saved until after the election result was certain.

As news of Trump’s win became known to the general public, non-connected traders, who innocently believed that real market factors drive gold prices, believed that prices would rise if Trump became President. They began to pour assets into the gold futures market. That sent gold prices soaring. It was also music to the ears of the manipulators. It allowed them to take a lot of transient short positions at the highest possible prices. Having done that, they proceeded to attack the long buyers by bombarding the COMEX (where world gold prices are set) with a huge tonnage of paper gold futures contracts. Prices began to tumble in response to this wave of transient short selling.

Remember, to create gold futures contracts, you don’t need to possess any real gold. All you need are U.S. dollars to put down as so-called “performance bonds”. The well financed banksters have access to a virtually unlimited amount of dollars simply by tapping the Federal Reserve’s so-called “loan windows”. They stepped down hard, putting the pedal to the metal. They used their cash to back up performance bonds on thousands of tons of theoretical (nonexistent except on paper) gold bullion, targeting pre-existing stop-loss orders placed by the over-leveraged non-connected futures long buying crowd.

As always, they succeeded in triggering involuntary liquidation, which in turn triggered lower prices, triggering more stop loss orders, more involuntary liquidation and eventually triggering margin calls. The over-leveraged non-connected hedge fund managers did what they always do. They began panicking. The connected banksters continued to attack, eliciting more and more pain and panic, and it continued, as it always does, until the computerized algorithms determined that the process was no longer effective.

Then, in the midst of the shell-shocked “market” the banksters again did what they always do. They carefully and quietly coordinated with each other to cover both the transient short positions that induced the panic, and the longer term short positions they had been aiming to get rid of. The process of market manipulation, using futures markets, is not that difficult to understand, but a full description does require more space than this article allows. For a better understanding of how banksters induce artificial long and short “squeezes”, for fun and profit, read the novel “The Synod”.

Donald J. Trump is now President-elect. When he takes office on January 20th, the banksters will lose access to the US gold reserve. Without those thousands of tons of gold to offset ongoing supply shortages, the price of gold will rise dramatically. The banksters now need to escape from as many short positions as they can before that happens. To do it, they must induce involuntary liquidation and panic selling. That is what they have been doing.

Manipulators also want to escape from long positions in the US dollar. The non-connected hedge fund managers, innocent though they may be, were on to something. Under the Trump administration, the price of gold will rise sharply, and the US dollar will eventually fall. It just won’t happen for the reasons they believed or on the timetable that they assumed. The banksters are only slightly less concerned about escaping long positions in the US dollar as short positions in gold. So, they’ve induced the same type of involuntary liquidation and panic covering by short dollar speculators as with long gold speculators. In gold, they engineered a “long squeeze”. In the dollar, it’s a short squeeze… the exact opposite.

Since a rise in the dollar puts some pressure on gold prices, the two squeezes have a great deal of synergy. Each assists the other in accomplishing the ultimate goal, which is to assist the banksters and the connected hedge funds they control to shift their portfolio positioning, maximizing future profits while minimizing losses. It is even easier to panic dollar short position holders than gold long buyers. All you really have to do is hold up the specter of a Federal Reserve interest rate hike. Best of all, you don’t even have to worry about meeting delivery demand even for paper, let alone hard real metal. The dollar is now nothing more than 95% electronic digital notations on a banking ledger.

Like the long gold buyers, dollar short sellers are dramatically over-leveraged and under-capitalized, and cannot hold out against the slightest rise in exchange value of the dollar.  Price movement in the US dollar is even easier when you can warn that the incoming Trump administration will induce the repatriation of hundreds of billions of US dollars by American corporations overseas. The incoming President has promised a tax holiday to companies that bring money back to America from overseas. Uninformed hedge fund managers assume that the repatriation of dollars from abroad must result in a rise in the exchange value of the dollar. They would be right if the dollars were now being stored in the form of Euros or Pounds Sterling. But, they are not.

A vast majority of the funds that will be repatriated to the United States are already in the form of dollar deposits. The dollars are inside foreign banks but don’t need to be converted. For example, euro-dollar deposits can be easily transferred from Barclays branches in the U.K. and J.P. Morgan branches in Germany to those in the United States. All it takes is an electronic notation that says the money is now assigned to a branch in America rather than abroad. No currency conversion required. The dollars will even remain available for foreigners to borrow! In short, the net effect, other than the propaganda value in convincing non-connected hedge fund managers that the move is meaningful to markets, is meaningless.

The history of dollar repatriation further supports the fact that dollar repatriation has almost no significant impact on exchange rates. The last amnesty occurred during the Bush administration during the period 2004-05. At that time, multinational corporations transferred about $345 billion to the USA. The 2017 transfer will probably be bigger but it still won’t matter much because a vast majority of the funds are already dollar denominated. In 2004-05, the US dollar’s exchange value went up only very slightly for a very short time. Mostly, like now, it happened before the law became effective. Then, as will happen again, the dollar declined.

Historical facts don’t matter, however, because gamblers are not historians and generally pay no attention to history. They make decisions on the basis of technical analysis and their gut emotions. That’s what the manipulators count on. The process of moving asset prices up and down for fun and profit is all about inducing irrationality, panic and, on occasion, euphoria. It is certainly not about explaining real facts. The over-leveraged non-connected hedge fund managers do not understand the facts. But, you may… so here they are — our new President-elect has promised to bring manufacturing jobs back to a hollowed out US economy.  It will be very difficult to do that with a soaring US dollar. Trump’s new Treasury Secretary will not allow the dollar to soar, regardless of what the market gamblers now believe. A lot of non-connected hedge fund managers are about to lose a lot of money for their investors.

Watching the gold market carefully is particularly helpful in providing accurate predictions on both when a manipulation is likely to begin and when it will end. Typically, the gold “market” is subjected to heavy manipulation late in every month prior to major futures contract maturity dates. Since December is always the biggest gold delivery month of the year, it makes perfect sense that a lot of manipulation would take place leading up to it, especially given the election factor described above. Market manipulations will usually continue into the first part of the delivery month itself ending somewhere in the early to middle part.

Let’s use December as our illustration of the process. December futures options expire late in November. Huge sums of money are at stake if options expire “in the money”. Therefore, like at any other casino, the banksters change the odds inside the slot machines. The big derivatives writing banks appear to manipulate underlying futures prices to insure that the price, on expiration, results in a minimum payout. If the balance of the options purchases show that too many people will get paid at a certain price, they won’t allow the price to hit that level on the day of expiration. If minimizing payouts and maximizing profits requires upward manipulation, the price will go up. If it requires downward action, the price will go down. By the time they are finished, almost every time, the manipulators will have insured that their sponsoring banks pay the least amount possible to the gamblers who own the options.

Controlling the gold market, however, as previously noted, is more difficult than controlling a purely paper or electronic notation-based market, like that for a fiat currency. Control is limited by the willingness of the government to guaranty the delivery of physical gold necessary to back up the manipulations. The extent to which President Obama and his Treasury Secretary have allowed or restricted utilization of the U.S. Treasury-owned gold has determined its price for at least five years. That’s how we know that, once access to the reserves is cut off, the price of gold must go up.

Typically, downward (or upward on rare occasions) gold manipulation does not end with the options expiration date. Banks also need to make large deliveries of real gold during big futures maturity months. They want to pay as little as possible for that gold. They are buying a lot of it, indirectly, from the US gold reserve, but that doesn’t matter. Wherever it comes from, they always seem to have an eye on manipulating the prices to wherever they need to be in order to maximize profits. The December gold delivery month is usually the largest of the year, so the incentive to manipulate before and into December is always very strong, even without an incoming new President.

By now, you may be wondering how and when, if ever, the price manipulation will end? When will gold prices do what they are supposed to do?  When will they be allowed to rise? The answer is simple and I will repeat it, once more. President Donald J. Trump will take office on January 20th. After that, the banksters will be cut off from the US gold reserve. Gold prices may rise somewhat earlier than that, but they will certainly shoot up starting in January 2017. It is likely that the  price appreciation in 2017 will be significant.

Gold prices must rise to at least $1,500 – $1,600 per ounce, because that was the point at which, during 2012, supply approximately equaled demand, without injections from the US gold reserve. We might already be there, but for the US Presidential elections. We will now have to wait a bit longer but the payoff will probably be greater. Because the demand for gold is higher than in 2012, and the supply is lower, however, the two may no longer balance at $1,600. The price may have to shoot considerably further than that. It is a good idea to take advantage of the the current market manipulation to buy gold or related metals at a favorable price.

The dollar is a bit trickier. Its future course is no longer as easy to predict as the price of gold. So long as the Federal Reserve keeps its loan windows open, it will continue to be easily manipulated by banksters, regardless of who holds the White House. Also, it has been and will probably continue to be underpinned (somewhat) by weakness in competing fiat currencies such as the Euro. Nevertheless, the hedge fund managers who are buying it now, in the belief that it will rise dramatically above the current level, are going to lose a lot of money. The incoming President will not allow the dollar to soar, because it would destroy American exports.

Nothing I’ve discussed in this article addresses the thorniest issue of all. The Obama administration, working in conjunction with other western leaders and the major central banks, have created what is probably the biggest financial bubble the world has ever known. Specifically, I am talking about the bond bubble. When it implodes, it will be painful. Even if the new President’s policies are as successful as they can possibly be, it is hard to imagine how he can prevent the implosion of this unstable situation. If the bubble implodes, then all bets are off as to how high gold prices can soar.

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“You Tweet A Lot…” Police Arrive at Doors of Dutch Citizens Opposed to Refugee Influx!

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Who knows what might have happened to American liberties if Hillary Clinton had won the last election? Thankfully, we don’t have to find out.

Instead of violently protesting the fact that they didn’t get their way in a fair election, her supporters ought to thank God that they live in America. If they lived in one of the EU countries, that so many of them think is social paradise, they would not have the freedom to do what they are now doing. America has problems, but liberty is protected by a written Constitution. Donald Trump has sworn to make sure that all judges he appoints, over the next 4-8 years, are committed to it.

As long as the judges honor the Constitution our nation will remain free. In other nations, however, even those that claim to be America’s allies and style themselves “democracies”, people with opposing opinions are persecuted. The Netherlands, for example, is a country that many Americans believe offers levels of freedom equal to or greater than the United States. However, like many of the other so-called “democratic” European nations, the Dutch government does not fully honor the right to free speech. It has been persecuting dissent, and done things that Americans would consider outrageous.

Dutch politicians and bureaucrats do not believe they have done anything wrong. The Dutch police were trying to identify all people who vocally opposed the influx of Muslim refugees, and then coming to people’s doors to harass them. They went to people’s houses to warn people who “tweet a lot” and post opposition on social media. When confronted with this behavior, a Dutch National Police spokesman responded that the nation has ten intelligence units comprised of “digital detectives” who monitor social media. They are supposedly “looking for posts that go too far” with the definition of “too far” entirely up to whoever happens to control the police force at any particular time. When they identify a person who has posted an undesireable opinion, they locate that person and pay him a little “visit” to straighten him out. This is done, allegedly “to help citizens understand the effect that their posts and tweets can have.”

Incredible? Not really. Left-wing Nazism has been manifesting itself for many years. We’ve even seen minor stirrings of this nature during the Obama administration, when the IRS began persecuting conservatives. Obama’s IRS, however, was sharply rebuked. The establishment in Europe, in contrast, continues to perpetrate these actions without any consequences except much later, at the ballot box. The idea, apparently, is that running roughshod over people’s right to express themselves will somehow prevent right-wing parties from gaining votes.

The net result, actually, is to push angry Europeans into voting the current authorities out of office. We’ve seen that happening, now, all over Europe. Is it any wonder that EU citizens are increasingly voting for right-wing parties? Does it surprise anyone that, under such conditions, a lot of people would be seeking an end to the EU?

The original NRC article has a lot more detailed information than I’ve given here. However, it is written in Dutch. If you want all the details, you can run it through Google Translate to read it in something akin to English. Or, you can read a professionally translated version in the publication New Europe.

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15 Year Old Attacked & Viciously Beaten By Mob of Anti-Trump Protesters Waiving Signs That Say “Love Trumps Hate”!

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A march of students in Rockville, Maryland, protesting the election of Donald Trump to the presidency turned violent on Wednesday morning as a teenager wearing one of the Trump campaigns “Make American Great Again” hats was beaten. A student involved in the beating is facing assault charges.

Hundreds of students from Richard Montgomery High School were carrying signs reading, “Love Trumps Hate,” and chanting near the Rockville courthouse on Maryland Avenue in a protest that began at about 10 a.m. when a 15-year-old boy wearing one of the Trump campaign’s “Make America Great Again” hats was attacked by about four students.

The group surrounded the teen, punching him repeatedly, then threw him to the ground and kicked him repeatedly in the ribs. It is not yet clear what led up to the incident, but Maj. Michael English with Rockville police said the victim was not the aggressor…

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India Delegitimizes Rupee, Lighting Fire Under Long-Term Gold Demand!

Anger in India is growing over the recent and sudden demonetization of certain types of cash. The Indian government just made 500 and 1,000 paper rupee notes (worth a mere $7 and $15 respectively!) illegal, allegedly to cut back on counterfeiting and crime. Supposedly, they will be replaced by newer and more counterfeit-proof paper money. The cash ban will be very good for gold demand but is no way to run a country.

All countries periodically upgrade their paper currencies. The Indian government, however, acted differently than more responsible nations. When the US introduced new $100, $50, $20 and $10 bills, for example, it did so in a slow and controlled manner. There were no time limits on exchange. Older notes retained their value indefinitely. Eventually, in the ordinary course of business, these old notes make their way into the banking system (and still are making their way there), where they are sent back to the US Treasury for destruction and replacement. The same process takes place periodically in a host of different nations.

The Indian government, in contrast, has put a time limit on the legal tender nature of older notes. It gave Indians a few days notice of its decision to phase out old versions of the 500 and 1,000 rupee notes. It was done, ostensibly, to foil criminals and currency counterfeiters. Yet legions of innocent old grandmothers and rural dwellers, who are known to keep such notes as mattress-based savings, were given only days to spend them! A few days later (now) they face the loss of their savings, or possible confiscation if they arrive at a bank with a lot of saved rupees and not enough documentation. Many of these people don’t even have a bank account. They are unable to exchange them directly, and will have to rely on third parties to do so, incurring fees in the process just to access their money.

This is an incredible and outrageously capricious action. Yet, the Indian government defends it and Prime Minister Modi has told angry Indians to give him until December 30th to “clean up” the country. Mostly, I think, he means that long time tax cheats will lose the value of their cash. Obviously, most people like it when corrupt people are punished. Most Indians would like to see their nation cleaned of corruption. Most want everyone to pay their fair share. No honest person could disagree with that idea.

PM Modi’s intentions seem to be good, but the way in which he is going about it is all wrong. The ends do not justify the means. In this case, he is permanently damaging the very system he claims to defend and support. The proper way to deal with people not paying their fair share of taxes is to gently lure them into opening up bank accounts. To do that, you first expand the banking system into all parts of the country. You encourage the use of savings, checking and time deposit account and credit cards instead of cash, and begin auditing all questionable tax returns or those who don’t file returns at all. But, gently nudging people into compliance takes years, and Modi’s government wants money now.

In its impatience, the Indian government will succeed in imploding the population’s faith in the Indian rupee. Historically, this type of capricious behavior is the very thing that causes people to lose faith in their government. A lot of Indians keep their savings in the form of gold, rather than in banks or even in cash, because they don’t have faith in the rupee. This demonitisation scheme has validated that lack of faith. Those who kept their money in the form of cash are now hurting. Those who kept it in the form of gold and silver coins are sitting pretty.

In a country that loves gold, in the first place, PM Modi has just lit a new fire under long term demand for the pretty yellow metal. Reports are that demand is now skyrocketing in the immediate aftermath. The sudden spurt will level off in time, but it is merely a beginning. In the long term, the Indian currency is now delegitimized. The general population of India has lost whatever little faith it ever had in the rupee. A higher percentage of people’s wealth will, henceforth, be stored in gold or silver than ever before. It will do no good for the Indian government to continue or increase the persecution of importers. The precious metals demand will be met by smuggling.

In the short run, sharp upturns in demand for gold will have little effect on world prices. That’s because politics, leveraged trading, and the desire of central banks to silence the “canary in the coal mine” are more important factors. These can overcome real demand for a long time. Increases in demand can be met for as long as foolish policy-makers in America are willing to piss away the nation’s gold reserves. They’ve done, I believe, for a very long time, in a foolish attempt to hold down prices. The US gold reserve, however, is not sufficient to hold down prices forever. That is especially true now, when the incoming President is almost certain to stop its continued utilization as soon as he takes office on January 20th.

That is, perhaps, why market manipulators are targeting stop loss orders, right now, and seeking to squeeze long gold buyers in a number of ways. They are simultaneously pushing up the US dollar’s exchange value in a flurry of fierce activity that is not supported by any change. Induction of market panic and a short squeeze in the dollar, simultaneous with a long squeeze in gold, however, will help them escape from positions that will soon become very unprofitable in both, before the change in administrations.

With production continuing to fall, and demand continuing to rise, this new factor, which will cause a probable further rise in Indian demand, is just one more thing that will affect prices in the next few years. I’ve covered many of the factors already in various postings on this blog, and in a myriad of articles I’ve written for Seeking Alpha. In all likelihood, in my opinion, gold will be selling in the $5-10,000 ounce range by 2020, depending on surrounding factors at the time.

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Election Day poll shows Trump leading in MI, PA, GA & FL!

The newest election day poll by a Trafalgar Polling, a polling organization whose work proved to be one of the most accurate of the primary election season, shows Donald Trump winning in the battleground states of Michigan and Pennsylvania, and in the more Republican leaning states of Georgia and Florida. If correct, he will be the 45th President. We shall see, today, what the exit polls and final results are.

Here is a copy of their press release, wherein they disclose the details:

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Crocodile Attacks Vacationing Couple In Swimming Pool

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You expect to take a leisurely dip in the swimming poll in the evening. It turns out not leisurely at all. Instead, you find yourself being attacked by a crocodile who managed to crawl into the pool with you!  That’s what happened to one couple in a Zimbabwee resort recently.  The man was quick enough to get away unscathed, but the woman ended up with a bite on her arm.

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