Palisades Gold Radio
Sep 28, 2021
Tom welcomes Ed Steer back to the show, Ed writes a weekly subscriber column on the precious metals markets.
Ed begins by discussing manipulation in metals and why the dollar index is also ‘heavily managed’. When considering the amount of money being created the dollar should be much weaker.
During the past few months, the flows of physical gold into ETFs have declined. However, silver continues to flow into the ETFs and big players are likely involved.
The four largest traders are trying to exit their short positions. We’re down to four large banks and successfully managed to run palladium down. These banks use short positions to manipulate commodities. Palladium is very easy to manipulate because of its small size.
He explains how small traders are hoodwinked into joining short trades. We see this now with some managed money traders. When the market finally shifts these players will be forced to cover at a loss. This will drive the price higher.
The current silver short position represents 184 days of world production. If a similar position existed on crude someone would be in jail. Sooner or later prices will blow up and the WallStreetSilver crowd has them cornered. “Metals prices are going to heights that we can’t even imagine right now.”
Physical silver remains tight and available supplies remain quite low. When large players get involved we could see an explosion to the upside. Increased demand for large 1000 oz bars occurs could quickly cause futures prices to rise. It’s only a matter of time before this occurs.
Ed outlines the increasing demand situation for gold from India and China. What happens from here will be crucial although silver continues to lag.
Massive inflation is coming as central banks have now entered a period of “print or die”. There is no way they can avoid inflation and this problem is now here to stay.
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