It’s no coincidence that not many degrees separate precious metals price intervention from the general and pervasive interference across practically all financial assets.
We have been on a collision course path of financialization for a long time. Interestingly, no matter which stage along the timeline one wakes up to the scope...
I want to bring up the issue of market perception, and perhaps why the truths of the matters are so incredibly illusive to the vast majority.
The people of the world can't even earn interest on their savings, nor is the job market improving anywhere except in the fantasy dreams of the manipulated media...
There is a much heavier reality that we should all be focused on as the ultimate gauge of where we are on this road to monetary or currency ruin.
Looks like the political-monetary landscape is being groomed in preparation for the next leg of this ongoing train wreck.
We are swimming in the collective waters of overvalued fantasies fueled by a currency that has been breaking since 1913, culminating in the parallel shift of power.
War delivers us from this state of limbo...
Silver is simply a cheap life option — one that at some point will pay off.
Reserve currency or no, hyperinflation is a process. And we are fully entrenched in that process
The irony of blatant silver price manipulation is that it actually makes it easier to see and predict price patterns.
You don't need a conspiracy-minded viewpoint to know what caused the series of events leading to, through, and beyond the last crisis (and the one before that and the one before that!).
Just as gravity is crucial for keeping things from floating away, sound money is the force that is crucial for controlling the trajectory of modern financial policy.
At what stage will we see massive rise in CPI - even in real terms versus whether instead we will experience a currency collapse caused by widespread derivatives?
When we begin filling that silver price gap is a mystery that lies somewhere deep within the power matrix of JPM - a nodal point (though not a permanent one) in the world monetary system.