People sometimes ask why I’m so interested in gold? I am not a gold dealer, mining executive or financial advisor and I’m not even trying to make money by selling a subscription newsletter. The answer is that I believe the world needs to return to the gold standard for a number of reasons too numerous to cite here. Also, from a legal standpoint, gold is the most obvious example of a corrupted market and that is inherently interesting to me.

Most rational people now know that gold is heavily manipulated but no one ever does anything about it. Unlike manipulators in stocks, bonds and most commodities, gold and silver manipulators no longer try hard to hide. Their activities are blatant, open and obvious. That makes the metal an excellent example of what’s wrong with markets in general.

It is, perhaps, not entirely fair of me to say that “no one ever does anything about it.” For example, there has been some effort to clean up peripheral aspects like the so-called “London Fix”. As inherently corrupt as its name implies, the “Fix” is the smallest part of the swamp. Ninety nine percent of manipulation is carried out via collusive trading on futures markets. Nothing has been done about that. So-called “regulators” actually enhanced the price-setting role of futures markets by  “reforming” the Fix!

One could go on and on about the inadequate response to corrupted markets. Careful analysis and understanding is a first step toward pushing for real reform. I reported, for example, a few weeks ago, in a prior article, that bullion banks were in full-blown panic mode. They were frantically closing massive numbers of legacy short positions, covering them into a series of convenient “flash crashes.” The sudden crashes happened for no apparent reason, but shell-shocked market participants, allowing positions to be closed “on the cheap.” I predicted that prices were about to rise significantly and they did. 

I won’t quadruple the size of this article for the purpose of discussing the gold swaps, or how stocks, bonds, commodities and gold prices can be easily catalyzed up and down. To gain an understanding of the process, I suggest you read the prior article (and other previous articles) as well as the novel, “The Synod” (eBook) (paperback). Suffice it to say that a careful look at this week’s CFTC Commitments of Traders Report shows that the situation has now reversed itself. Various speculators have dramatically changed their positioning, yet again, and so have the banks, as compared with the last three weeks. Why?  What does it mean?

At the close of business on Tuesday, July 25th (when the Commitments of Traders Report data is compiled), the so-called “managed money” (a/k/a the hedge funds that are not closely connected with a major bank) returned to betting that gold prices will rise (a/k/a “going long”) and began closing short positions in both gold and silver. So-called “commercials” (a/k/a bullion bankers and their controlled fund entities) were taking on new short positions. There are two possibilities as to why this is now happening.

First, whatever event might have been panicking the bankers could be resolved at least in the short run. That is not very likely because if they could easily control that situation, they wouldn’t have been panicking in the first place. The second possibility, which I consider to be much more likely, is that the banks simply opened a large number of highly transient short positions for the sole purpose of temporarily holding down gold prices during the crucial options’ expiration week (last week). Sharply higher prices would have resulted in massive losses on call options that they’ve written. If too many calls ended “in the money” the banks would have to pay out a lot of money.

Let’s assume they took on the new short positions to avoid huge losses on call options. Since they must eventually jettison them, doesn’t that mean prices must go up dramatically, very soon? No, it doesn’t. Not in the short run. So long as we have clueless fools, in the form of “managed money hedge funds”, using extreme leverage in the hope of getting rich quick, everything can be managed. A day or two of deep price declines, catalyzed by means of attacking over-leveraged long speculators, will do the trick. If done right, stop-loss orders will be triggered, prices will decline, margin call based forced selling will occur, prices will decline more, and finally panic will allowing shedding short positions cheaply.

The long run is a different story. The type of price decline catalysis that the manipulators engage in cannot be sustained over very long periods of time. Such tactics do depress prices in the long term, of course, by convincing ultra-conservative investors to stay away from the artificial volatility of gold, but that is already baked into the cake. There are still enough physical gold buyers, and the demand is still so much higher than the supply, that prices will rise slowly over a period of months, in spite of the short, but sharp “crashes” that are likely in early to mid-August.

Still, it is currently impossible to determine the exact motivation behind the change in positioning. I would advise caution because the manipulators seem to be doubling down on their game. It is likely that they will continue to engage in highly coordinated actions. The current coordinated strategy appears designed to keep gold prices inside a $50 to $100 trading range for a while. They’ll be able to make a considerable amount of money trading the ups and downs within that range. How long the range can be maintained will depend on whether and when large physical buyers raise their bids in order to get the metal they want.

The situation in silver and gold are very similar. The bullion bankers have reopened a lot of short positions in both metals. Conversely, clueless hedge funds have reopened a lot of long positions. Oddly, and there is no obvious explanation, the hedge funds have not opened enough long positions in platinum to offset the new shorts opened by the banks. The only explanation I can think of is that some of the new platinum shorts represent bullion bankers trading with each other. That implies wash trading designed to control prices.

Wash trading consists of trades between two or more closely coordinating entities, designed to create the false appearance of price movement or stability. It is designed to influence others to accept fake prices as real. If that is what is happening, it implies a continuing sense of desperation on the part of the manipulators. They usually stay within the letter of the law even while violating its spirit. Wash trading is overtly illegal and that is why so much effort is put into the more expensive process of catalyzing price movement by targeting stop-loss orders. Still, with the traders nominally employed by different entities, proving wash trading is very difficult.

To prosecute, you would first have to prove that there is a cartel that coordinates trading in order to influence prices. But, remember, the same cartel that trades platinum is also trading gold, a government sponsored activity. Second, even if you managed to prove collusion, you’d also have to prove the trades have no legitimate purpose. Meeting this dual burden is extraordinarily difficult. It is made even harder because such a prosecution would necessarily disclose the scheme behind controlling gold prices. A number of government officials would be implicated in that, and the scheme to control gold prices would collapse. The government officials are, for the most part, acting within the letter of the law. The US Gold Reserve Act allows them to issue gold swaps to help manipulate the gold market. However, disclosure would mean political and/or career suicide.

Regardless of what the banks and hedge funds are doing in the short term, it is still clear that US government-owned gold, and specifically gold swaps, are the key to the continuance of the current scheme of price manipulation. Without that gold flowing into the world market, there would be widespread shortages and defaults in delivery. When the “gold supplier of last resort” finally pulls the plug, the game will be over, at least until prices rise above supply and demand equilibrium. I estimate that equilibrium exists at somewhere between $1,500 – $1,600 per ounce right now.

If and when prices rise above equilibrium, it will be more profitable to manipulate prices upward rather than downward, assuming most legacy short positions have been closed. Until the huge legacy short positioning is reduced much further, however, you can expect periodic flash crashes and intense efforts at price control. In short, on the surface of things, the manipulators seem to be in control again. Except for what looks like a need to use wash trading to suppress platinum prices in line with the other precious metals complex, they look rather confident again.

I believe that gold prices will be managed within a range of $1,200 and $1,300 per troy ounce for at least a few weeks. The key players will rid themselves of the current increase in transient short positions, and continue the process of unloading legacy short positions. Because all three major precious metals are tied to each other through cross-trading, their prices will move along with the price of gold. Prices will be slowly pressured upward in spite of the fact that we should expect more transient downward hammering episodes.

I suspect some readers will object to this analysis. They will ask about the recent reports that suggest China’s demand for gold bars is up by 50%? Shouldn’t that propel gold to the moon over the next few weeks?  The answer is “no”. For one thing, the reports are fundamentally wrong. They are based on an assumption that China’s gold demand was in the 1,000 ton range in 2016, when the real demand was closer to 2,000 tons. And, the demand for gold bars, in particular, is just one element of overall demand. More importantly, however, real world supply and demand has very little effect on highly manipulated markets in the short run. It will profoundly affect long term prices, but not the prices that will be created over the next few weeks to months.

Frankly, I would be very surprised if we didn’t see a few flash crashes and similar “shock & awe” hammer-down events in early to mid-August. Bankers will want to unload the new shorts, and they are also going to want to get back into the important business of reducing their long term liability exposure to legacy short positioning in the form of futures, forwards and so-called “non-allocated storage”. The easiest way to accomplish their goals right now, with maximum profitability and the lowest losses, is to catalyze shock & awe declines to shell-shock the market. Excellent buying opportunities, therefore, may be in store for August for those who are smart enough to see through the facade. But, you’d better act on them the moment you see them, because they will fade away very quickly.


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The Synod is a conspiracy of 8 large international banks who seek to control gold, stock, bond and commodity markets all over the world. Jack Severs runs for his life when he learns too much, as the most sophisticated surveillance system ever built is deployed to track him down. As the ever-tightening noose closes, he struggles to uncover evidence to save himself and his world from collapsing! An exciting, fictional, fun and educational thriller about the banking cartel. Learn about the methods used to manage the price of gold and every other market on the planet, and how this affects business, politics and daily life in both the fictional and real worlds.



July 17, 2017

In my most recent commentary, “RECENT GOLD PRICE DECLINES = THE CUSP OF A MAJOR UPWARD MOVE”, I explained how stop-loss and margin call selling can help catalyze a huge decline, in highly leveraged markets like gold, silver and other precious metals.  Quick, massive and seemingly senseless price declines shell-shock market participants and facilitate the unloading of legacy short positions on the cheap.

Last week, I showed you how the CFTC’s “Commitments of Traders Report” corroborated the fact that the big bullion banks used the big sudden decline on July 3rd to massively reduce their long-standing legacy short positions. I predicted that the big decline on Friday, July 7th was going to be used to do more of the same. Now, we have the proof that this is exactly what happened.

I don’t have space to cover the entire process by which price falls are catalyzed. For a fuller understanding, I suggest that you read both last week’s article (and my other previous articles) as well as the novel, “The Synod” (eBook) (paperback).  Suffice it to say that the big decline on July 7th was used to close the book on yet an even more enormous number of legacy short positions, this time concentrating on silver and platinum, but also in gold.

The latest Commitment of Traders Report’s statistics were tabulated as of the close of trading July 11, 2017. As of that moment, the bullion banks had closed 2,823 platinum short contracts (141,150 troy ounces of platinum); 9,560 silver short contracts (47,800,000 troy ounces of silver) and 19,392 gold short contracts (1,939,200 troy ounces of gold.

The amount of platinum shorts they closed may seem very small, compared to what they did in silver and gold, but remember that it is a much smaller market. Platinum mines produce only 1/20th the tonnage each year as gold mines, and 1/180th the tonnage of silver mines every year. The numbers, with respect to all the precious metals, each represent a massive percentage of the total short position held by the banks. What makes it even more noteworthy is the fact that it comes on top of the massive percentage they closed last week!

The bottom line? The most knowledgeable people in the world must believe that precious metals prices are going to be rising fast and hard in the next few months. Otherwise, they wouldn’t be fleeing from short positions they’ve rolled over for years! Just take a look at the report…

Frankly speaking, no one in the world has a better handle on what is really going on in the precious metals markets than these bullion bankers. Don’t expect, however, that they are going to tell you the truth. Their analysts won’t be writing about how stocks of physical metal are growing perilously low, nor will there be any discussion of the massive excess of demand over limited supply. It simply isn’t in their interest to do so. They want profits, not losses. If they told you, instead of helping get rid of the short positions they are running away from, you would be helping to bid up the price. They are not ready for that. They need to jettison more short positioning first.

Look at what they do, not what they say. They are fleeing from long-standing downside bets they’ve rolled over, year after year, for many years. Some clueless hedge funds (the so-called “managed money”) are taking them over. They will pay an enormous price for doing that. Come mid to late August, for example, some of them are going to be forced to deliver real gold they don’t have. By October, some will be scrambling to source gold bars for delivery. Others will get out sooner than that, but they will pay a very heavy paper money price to do it.


Buy Synod“It moves fast, kind of like Robert Ludlum’s “Jason Bourne” trilogy…”

–  Josh Pullman –





The Synod is a conspiracy of 8 large international banks who seek to control gold, stock, bond and commodity markets all over the world. Jack Severs runs for his life when he learns too much, as the most sophisticated surveillance system ever built is deployed to track him down. As the ever-tightening noose closes, he struggles to uncover evidence to save himself and his world from collapsing! An exciting, fictional, fun and educational thriller about the banking cartel. Learn about the methods used to manage the price of gold and every other market on the planet, and how this affects business, politics and daily life in both the fictional and real worlds.




July 8, 2017

I received an email from one of my readers on the July 4th holiday. He expressed dismay at the recent gold take-down that occurred at the end of June and on July 3rd. I am sure he is even more distressed, now, with the huge take down that happened on July 7th. He wondered how bankers can still have the power to pull off big reductions in gold prices whenever they choose? It is a question that is flowing through the minds of many people. They are still doing it, in spite of a relatively successful ongoing lawsuit against manipulation of the London gold fix, and in the face of a gold-friendly Presidential administration.

All I can say is that patience is a virtue that is always rewarded. The people who are orchestrating these market manipulations, in the gold market and elsewhere, are extraordinarily ruthless and well-connected. The bullion banks are deeply enmeshed with governments throughout the Western world, and they’ve been doing this for a long time.

On top of that, they receive an average of about 7 tons of new gold every single day from the mining companies. It can be used to fill the extra demand caused by their shenanigans in the very short term. Also, it seems likely that they will continue to draw gold out of the US Gold Reserve. The fact that the gold market is tight, however, as illustrated by backwardation between the futures and the physical gold price in London, does imply that their access to the US Gold Reserve is not unlimited.

The reason they get 7 tons of new gold to play with, every day, is that mining companies are foolish enough to sell to them, at whatever price is created by the London “fix.” Regardless of the outward trappings, and even when it is cured of whatever corruption recently went with it, the fix is largely determined by manipulations on the paper gold market in New York (a/k/a COMEX). If mining company executives developed a backbone and took joint action to reject the legitimacy of COMEX pricing, the power of the banks over the gold market would end. Miners could refuse to sell their product at a fake price. If they did that, everything would change.

Unfortunately, these same miners also rely on these same banks to finance their operations. The banks are a source of ready cash to pay executive salaries. In addition, a bad recommendation from a major bank’s research department torpedoes a mining company’s stock price and cuts into the personal wealth of mining executives who are paid in part by stock bonuses. Adding to the problem, many of the banks are directly or indirectly represented on mining company boards of directors. In other words, the mining companies are not likely to take a stand against the manipulating banks.

The game would also come to a screeching halt if the flow of sovereign gold from America dried up. The fact that the not-so-elusive “gold supplier of last resort” is the US government is so obvious that it is almost laughable. US Treasury is supplying a huge amount of gold into the world market. No other entity could do it. Someone is supplying the massive gap between supply and demand that has existed since gold prices were taken down from their equilibrium point between $1,500 and $1,600 in early 2013.

I don’t want to get into the details of the gap between supply and demand. Nor do I have space to describe in detail exactly how gold is manipulated. Doing so would make this article too long, and I’ve already done it. My past articles and the thriller novel, “The Synod” (eBook) (paperback), provide the information you need. But, to put things in context, I will say this. The US government is supplying location swaps on gold stored inside the official US gold reserve to the Bank of England. The British central bank, in turn, is releasing gold bars into the market in London. Those gold bars do not belong to the UK. They belong to customers of the Bank of England. That’s why they need the location swaps.

The policy of occasionally using the US gold reserve to suppress gold prices is an old one, going as far back as the 1970s. There is documentation of a huge swap that happened between the US Treasury and Bank of England in 1980, just about a month before the collapse of gold prices from their height of $850. However, the huge gap between supply and demand since 2013 means that the policy was vastly expanded under Obama. Again, I can’t triple the size of this article by going into the specific details here, and you can read my past articles and The Synod (eBook) (paperback) to find out everything you need to know.

When the Trump administration finally gets around to reversing Obama’s secret executive order, which began authorizing this liberal gold swap policy in April 2013, the price of gold will soar. At the moment, it seems, that is not going to happen overnight. The attention of the Trump administration has been diverted into a myriad of squabbles. Key players, who might otherwise be active in reviewing matters that would bring an end to this short-sighted foolishness are too busy putting out petty political fires. An enormous flow of American treasure continues to flow out of the United States.

That said, the manipulating banks know that the game ends when US gold swaps end. That means they must allow prices to rise before that happens. Otherwise, they’ll be at risk of holding enormous short positions at the worst possible moment. Right now, they are continuing to make money by painting the tape and trading gold as non-connected people react to it. They are also very busy ridding themselves of legacy short positions. In other words, they are “making hay while the sun shines.” Plenty of money can be made by artificially inducing movements in the paper gold market.

Bullion bankers are getting rid of legacy short positions by carefully orchestrating their price attacks. The basic game is simple. Manipulators initially sell enough additional short positions to cause a price decline sufficient to trigger the stop-loss orders of leveraged speculators. They know the price points at which speculators have concentrated those orders. That’s because the speculators are either directly or indirectly (though a clearing broker) customers of the manipulating banks.

Once the first set of stop-loss orders is triggered, prices are catalytically dropped much further than the manipulators could achieve directly. The bigger fall in prices also catalyzes further drops because it causes more automated stop-loss selling, and finally the triggering of automated margin call selling. This adds to the downward pressure. Prices drop still further. That leads to more stop-loss selling, more declines, more margin call selling and, finally, after the process burns itself out, the tape ends up painted with a spectacular price drop.

The price instability causes panic among speculative long buyers in the futures markets. Secondarily and temporarily, it will also catalyze some physical buyers to lower their bids, in the hope of getting a cheap buy. That relieves some physical demand pressure ordinarily caused by a massive price drop, in the very short run. Meanwhile, in the midst of the chaos, the manipulating entities slowly and deliberately liquidate the new transient short positions and also get rid of huge numbers of the legacy short positions they may have been rolling over for years.

The most recent “Commitments of Traders” report, issued by the CFTC on July 7, 2017, proves that the bankers are doing exactly what I have described. By the end of trading on July 3rd (the date the data was collected) the so-called “commercials” (a/k/a bullion banks) had shed 10,176 and the swap dealers (divisions of those same bullion banks) had shed a whopping 27,701 short positions. That’s a total reduction of 37,877 short positions as of the end of trading on the July 3rd smack-down date!!

The price smash allowed bullion bankers to shed 3,787,700 troy ounces worth of bets that gold will decline. In other words, that one day of “playfulness” allows them to avoid losing more than $1.1 billion dollars on COMEX alone, assuming the price of gold rises by $300 by the end of the year. Indeed, we have no way of knowing what they were doing in the London market, because the information is kept secret. The over-the-counter leveraged forwards market is five times as big as the more visible COMEX. That means that the bullion banks probably avoided more than $6 billion dollars in losses by pulling their stunt on July 3rd.

It didn’t stop there. They did the same thing on July 7th. You can be absolutely sure that they shed tens of thousands of additional short positions on that day, too. That’s because the tape was painted again, in virtually the exact same manner, resulting in the same type of panic and forced liquidation among leveraged long speculators. The so-called “managed money” (a/k/a hedge fund managers) took on a lot of the short positions. Some of them are going to be called upon to deliver a lot of real gold come August. It is gold they don’t have, obviously.

Let’s take a look at the Commitments of Traders report…

The bullion bankers would not be shedding huge numbers of short positions if they thought the price was going to go down a lot further. They obviously know that prices are about to go up. Meanwhile, the hidden gold flow from America to the rest of the world keeps the scam in play. That hemorrhage of gold, from the USA, is partially illustrated by data that is publicly released. From January to April 2017, for example, a net 88 tons of gold flowed out of the USA, according to the US Geological Survey. If this pace continues, and it has been very steady month to month, a net excess of 264 tons of gold will leave the USA in 2017. That is more gold than all the mines in America will produce!

Note that the vast majority of gold exported from the USA is NOT in the form of gold ore or dore (gold that hasn’t been fully refined yet). Yet, a vast majority of the world’s refining companies are based in Switzerland, not the USA. In spite of that, the United States is mostly exporting pure gold bullion. I believe that part of that comes from deliveries on the COMEX exchange, which may be directly supplied by physical gold in the Federal Reserve’s basement vault in NYC. Once delivered on COMEX, apparently, that gold is probably being shipped overseas. Another part may be gold bars provided directly to big New York banks to fill orders by customers overseas.

At any rate, these statistics ONLY account for visible gold outflows in the form of bars of gold that are leaving the USA because they have been shipped directly to commercial buyers. “Monetary” physical gold transactions (gold passing between central banks) and gold “swaps” are not accounted for. Gold swaps, which are almost certainly the main method by which gold is delivered from the US Gold Reserve to the world market, via the Bank of England, are also absent from the statistics.

A “location swap” is an agreement to supply gold in one location in exchange for a lien on gold in another. The gold upon which the lien is placed is usually located in an inconvenient location (a/k/a Fort Knox, West Point, The Denver Mint etc.). Taking the gold directly out of the US holding areas would involve demobilization of army units, a public spectacle. The public nature would insure a huge political fight and the inability to keep the activity a secret. In contrast, at the Bank of England, gold bar movement can be kept entirely secret under British law, and its vaults are convenient because they are located in London, where all the bullion banks are headquartered.

The gold swaps are a proven fact. In 2009, in responding to a Freedom of Information Act request, the Federal Reserve admitted to having extensive gold swap records, but refused to provide them. It claimed that “exemption 5 of the FOIA” made them exempt “confidential communications with another federal agency.” No doubt, the “other agency” is the US Treasury, which actually owns the gold. In subsequent litigation, a final order was issued by a federal judge requiring the Fed to produce one document which did not directly relate to gold swaps.

The Fed’s successful resistance to the FOIA request does NOT mean that there are no gold swaps. On the contrary, it proves that there are gold swaps. The judge examined them, and the plaintiff’s attorney was not allowed to do so. Apparently, the need to keep the information secret is considered so important that the powers-that-be literally were willing “to make a federal case of it.” But, the bottom line is that the Great Game will end as soon as the very liberal Obama-era gold-swapping policy ends.

In my opinion, the big price drops in late June, July 3rd, and July 7th all revolve around a concerted and coordinated effort to reduce legacy short positions in the gold market. Something big is about to happen. There is panic within the banksters’ ranks. In response, they do what they always do. They launched a coordinated attack, sowed fear into the hearts of non-connected speculators and investors and succeeded in massively reducing their overall short position. Collusion to smash gold prices worked out beautifully. And, working hand in glove with deep state bureaucrats, no regulator will ever question what they did.

Keep in mind that the biggest banks in the world continue to gobble up gold. In June, for example, the Bank of Nova Scotia, one of the biggest bullion banks, bought a net 44,900 ounces or just under 1 and a half tons of pure gold bullion on COMEX alone. That adds to the huge quantities of physical gold already purchased by the likes of Goldman Sachs, JP Morgan Chase, HSBC and Scotia in the past.

CME, Inc., which runs the COMEX exchange, was also a big buyer, again. It bought just under 1/10th of a ton of gold this past June. That is a huge amount of gold for an exchange operator to buy. It is also bizarre for an exchange operator to be buying it. CME has made large purchases in virtually every major delivery month since June 2016. That is NOT normal activity. As recently as 2015, the CME didn’t purchase gold. There is no reason to buy it now because CME, Inc. is not an investor, a bank or a gold dealer. Clearly, the exchange is acting in a manner that implies that a major supply disruption is on the way. Major disruption will be the inevitable result of a cessation of US government sponsored gold swaps.

At the current price, supplying the gap between supply and demand, the “gold supplier of last resort” would have to spend something like 1,000 tons of gold to support the bankers. I don’t think the Trump administration is willing to do that. Even under the Obama administration, the physical market was tight. That implies, as I have said before, that access to the US Gold Reserve is not open-ended. When the American gold swaps finally end, we will start seeing a significant price spike.

From the standpoint of the foolish hedge fund managers who are taking on the short positions, difficult delivery months lie ahead. There will be a cash settlement of non-allocated claims in London. There will be a myriad of delivery defaults by dealers at COMEX. However, CME, Inc. is going to be using the gold it is now accumulating to backstop some of those failures. If they cover most of them, unfortunately, the dishonest price setting mechanism that is COMEX will retain its credibility.

Attempts to control the rising price of gold will periodically continue. “Shock and awe” campaigns facilitate short covering and gold accumulation by insiders. I continue to believe, however, that gold prices will go up this year until they reach the point of natural supply/demand equilibrium, which I estimate to be somewhere between $1,500 and $1,600.

The take-down style we’ve seen in the last two weeks tends to be followed by delivery of large quantities of physical gold to the banks in the subsequent delivery month. I expect some major fireworks by August even if the Trump administration still has not cut off the flow of American gold by then.


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–  Josh Pullman –





The Synod is a conspiracy of 8 large international banks who seek to control gold, stock, bond and commodity markets all over the world. Jack Severs runs for his life when he learns too much, as the most sophisticated surveillance system ever built is deployed to track him down. As the ever-tightening noose closes, he struggles to uncover evidence to save himself and his world from collapsing! An exciting, fictional, fun and educational thriller about the banking cartel. Learn about the methods used to manage the price of gold and every other market on the planet, and how this affects business, politics and daily life in both the fictional and real worlds.





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