Silver & Gold Prices Have Disconnected From “Spot” Price Which Is Contrived From The Paper Gold & Silver Market!

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United States Treasury Minted Gold Eagle (In 1/10th, 1/4, 1/2 and 1 oz. denomination)

HERE is a link that will let you examine the actual price of gold & silver.  At this writing, gold is getting a 12% Premium over “spot”, and silver a 45% premium over “spot” (the historic and traditional premium is 3 – 4%).  The manipulators have lost control of the market!  In the last couple of weeks, the Federal Reserve and their too big to fail member banks sold gold short to the tune of tens of billions of dollars!  Selling short means they made a paper bet on paper gold that it would go down in the future.  That was a bad bet on their part, and it’s worked in the past, but now it’s out of their control!

Special Note effective 3/30/2020  Gold is at $1814 for a 1 oz. Eagle, and Silver is at $22.82 for a 1 oz. Eagle.  Compared to the spot price, gold has a 15% premium, and silver has a 41% premium.

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ZERO HEDGE – THERE ARE 293 PAPER OUNCES OF GOLD FOR EVERY 1 OUNCE OF ACTUAL GOLD.

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