How Bankers Use Fake Inflation Rates To Spread Epic Lies About Gold, Silver, And Stock Markets

To understand how Central Bankers use fake inflation rates to spread epic lies about gold, silver and stock markets all around the world, please watch the below video.

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Why did Gold move higher by more than $64 an ounce in 3 days last week and why did silver soar by 8% last week? When I first launched my company in late 2006, I emphatically stated that physical gold was a great buy in the high $500 price range and that the same applied to silver in the $11 range at the time. Gold and silver then nearly doubled in less than a year, respectively moving to over $1000 and $21 an ounce in early 2008. When bankers artificially slammed both precious metals massively later that year with the paper manipulation schemes we all know to be factual today (reference Barclay’s trader James Daniel Plunkett), I sent out an email in October 2008, when gold/silver sentiment was at historic lows following the slam, with these exact words: “So this is why I still advocate buying gold and silver. Even through all this mess, gold was at $680 a year ago and now is at $780 so you would still be profitable [despite the massive volatility Central Bankers have engineered in the gold price]. Silver is down but was at $11 (a year ago in August, 2007), and now is at $10.30… Gold under $800 and silver at $10 are absolute steals.”

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