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Keep in mind that many assets and commodities prices are manipulated on the speculative markets.
That includes Stocks, Oil, Gold, national currencies, and other important value exchanges.
Also keep in mind that central banker Greenspan implied that the FED was not controlled by the U.S. President but is never the less controlled by others…
Not an accident, but by Policy:
The next market collapse will not be a surprise as the global crisis continues… ~Ron
Russian Economist, Mikhail Khazin, has some interesting views via vineyardsaker.blogspot.ca:
“There is a law that states that the Central Bank is independent of the government. Theoretically, the Central Bank has the right to set its own monetary and money creation policy. However, there are two limitations. The first is the IMF policy. Since the Russian Federation signed an agreement with this organization, the Central Bank sees itself as the main instrument for the implementation of the agreement.” […]
“Today, the situation is gradually beginning to change. It is already clear that the old policy of the Central Bank (that reflects the vision of the IMF in its most orthodox form) does not produce the desired effect and there is a growing criticism in the country of the policy of the Central Bank and the government. However, so far, the leadership of the Central Bank is withstanding this public criticism and does not intend to change its policy.” […]
“China has been serious about gold for almost the entire last decade and is now actively preparing for a potential transition to a “gold standard,” at least in economic relations between the so-called “currency zones,” which, in our opinion, will emerge after the single world dollar system falls apart.
Russia and China cannot stop these manipulations, because the price of paper gold is determined on the speculative dollar markets. They can’t provide “leverage” that would be comparable to that of major U.S. banks that have access to an unlimited issuing resource. The only thing they can do is increase the gap between the price of “paper” and “physical” gold by constantly buying the latter on the world markets. Of course, this increases the instability in the global gold market and creates potential losses for the main “gold dealers” who work with the Federal Reserve on leasing programs, but the degree of imbalances has not reached a critical value yet. It seems to me that the sharp rise in gold prices will start after the burst of the next “bubble” in the US stock market.
With regard to the potential price of gold, as I wrote back in the early 2000’s, it is determined by a “fork,” the lower limit of which is the gold price in 1980, when it had its local peak after the dollar was decoupled from gold (USA default) in August 1971, and the upper limit of which is the purchasing power of the dollar in the early twentieth century, when gold was actual money. Today this “fork” (in current dollars) is seen somewhere at the level of $ 4,500 – $ 15,000 per Troy ounce.” –Read More
Comex Institutes Trading Collars For Precious Metals
With little fanfare or notice, the CME Group has notified the CFTC that they plan to institute trading collars for Comex precious metals trading. At present, these collars are planned to go into effect on Monday, December 22.
Trading collars or “limits” are certainly not out of the ordinary. In the commodity markets, they have long been in place to limit the daily fluctuations of the grains. In S&P futures, collars have existed for years, brought about in large part by The Crash of 1987.
However, introducing these bands for the precious metals is completely new, as far as I can tell. And you’ll note that these collars are only being implemented now, with prices at their bottoms. Wouldn’t it have been nice to have trading collars in place back on May 1, 2011 or April 15, 2013?
I guess, ultimately, that leads us to the main question:
Read More: tfmetalsreport.com
[Did the money masters quietly take steps to protect themselves from increasing volatility by establishing trading collars or limits, in the price of gold and silver?]
Speaking of Financial Terrorists
The Central Banks have a hidden plan, excerpt:
The Globalization of Central Banks
The coordination between the central banks of the world is necessary in order for any adjustments and restructuring of mandates and framework policies to be effectively implemented. Within the BIS organization is a working group called the Committee on the Global Financial System, which is mandated with designing and implementing these adjustments and building transparency between the banks themselves, and between the banks and other global institutions, such as the IMF.
This committee is made of the more important central banks and the focus is on global liquidity, joint money and credit policies, and financial stability. The member banks are:
|Reserve Bank of Australia||Bank of Korea|
|National Bank of Belgium||Central Bank of Luxembourg|
|Central Bank of Brazil||Bank of Mexico|
|Bank of Canada||Netherlands Bank|
|People’s Bank of China||Monetary Authority of Singapore|
|European Central Bank||Bank of Spain|
|Bank of France||Sveriges Riksbank|
|Deutsche Bundesbank||Swiss National Bank|
|Hong Kong Monetary Authority||Bank of England|
|Reserve Bank of India||Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System|
|Bank of Italy||Federal Reserve Bank of New York|
|Bank of Japan|
The astute reader will notice that Russia is not included in the list, which likely has a lot to do with the recent demonization of Russia in the western media and the attempts by Russia to be included into the broader multilateral reforms. We could potentially see a situation down the road where China turns its back on Russia and the BRICS alliance is fragmented, but at that point the multilateral financial system will be in play, which in such a case would suggest that China manipulated the BRICS development to its own advantage. – http://philosophyofmetrics.com/2014/12/10/the-globalization-of-central-banks/