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JPM to Stop Shorting Silver??

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If the fake metals markets close we are done. The only thing keeping the fake fiat dollar Ponzi going was/is all the price rigging.
 

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If the fake markets close the actual price of PMs will finally be able to surface.

I think if JPM is getting out, they know something somewhere is going to blow up or implode and they don‘t want to be anywhere near it when it does, like DeutscheBank did a year or few ago.

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I think if JPM is getting out, they know something somewhere is going to blow up or implode and they don‘t want to be anywhere near itnwhen it does, like DeutscheBank a year or few ago.
...and/or they're getting hammered by contract deliveries as the gap between paper prices and physical metals remains wide.

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Silver should actually be priced in today's dollars at $3758.
If in the year 1913, silver was worth $2.65, then corrected for inflation it should be worth $3758.
 

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The GSR in the photo of debtclock.org I posted above is 8.29. Nothing prescient there, it's simply the rate at which the metals are extracted from the ground...worldwide. To me, it says gold is over priced relative to silver and both are horribly under priced relative to US dollars.
 

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The Dollar to Silver ratio in the debt clock is the amount of M2 dollars created to amount of silver produced Year Over Year. A lot of people misunderstand what goes into the different numbers that make up the clock.
 
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The GSR in the photo of debtclock.org I posted above is 8.29. Nothing prescient there, it's simply the rate at which the metals are extracted from the ground...worldwide. To me, it says gold is over priced relative to silver and both are horribly under priced relative to US dollars.


OR ........ the US dollar is "horribly overpriced" .
 

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Silver should actually be priced in today's dollars at $3758.
If in the year 1913, silver was worth $2.65, then corrected for inflation it should be worth $3758.
I really like this post.
 

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