Fund manager Dave Kranzler joins “Doc” and Eric Dubin to discuss the agressive management of precious metals markets.  This month, Comex silver open interest rocketed past 230,000 contracts as the cartel created new short issuance to match-up against persistent interest among speculators to get long.  The market finally cracked and the cartel has been taking a victory lap and covering their shorts and closing out positions, with Comex OI dipping below 200,000 contracts for the first time in many days.  Kranzler opines on these dynamics and places them into a bigger picture context of very strong worldwide demand.  If you’re in need of a review, click here to catch last week’s show with Craig Hemke for a description on how the shorting operation works.  Tune into this week’s show, below:

 

Recent trading offers a classic example of how the guardians of the banking and fiat system suppress the price of silver in order to keep gold from rocketing higher and upsetting global markets.  TF MetalsReport.com’s Craig Hemek joins “Doc” and Eric Dubin to dissect this week’s aggressive silver price suppression on this week’s Silver Doctors’ SD Metals & Markets

With cruise missiles flying into Syria and North Korea is in Trump’s crosshairs, what the heck is going on?  Eric Dubin and Jason Burack cut through the geopolitical fog and tie it back to market action.

We’ve seen unusual trading with the London P.M. Fix and mining shares diverging from metals again.  Add new contract issuance on the Comex and it’s clear the guardians of the fiat paper paradigm are hard at work to contain the flight to safety reaction of gold bulls.  Doc and I take a look at this week’s trading as global tensions rise…

Jason Burack of Wall St for Main St welcomes back returning guest, Phil Kennedy of Kennedy Financial (link).  Phil hosts a weekly show with his brother John, celebrating the the 100th episode of the Kennedy Financial Podcast with a special interview of Dr. Ron Paul (click here for Dr. Paul interview).

Are the Gold & Silver Shorts About to Receive A Religious Experience?
Fund Manager Dave Kranzler Joins the Show to Break Down the Largest Decline in COMEX Gold Open Interest We’ve Ever Seen…

Bullion was resilient in the face of constant capping efforts last month. The fundamentals for strong gold are over the top and include massive under-reported Chinese physical demand purposefully obfuscated by mainstream media and Wall Street (but documented by myself and other analysts given Swiss refiner flows).  Gold blasted through $1,250 last week;  something had to be done.  This is how the picture looks:

Today, we are seeing continued attacks on mining shares and the entire precious metals sector was taken down in the early New York afternoon trade.  This is a continuation of the near-term trends visible last week that I discussed with Dave Kranzler on Friday’s Silver Doctors SD Metals & Markets.   Precious metals will reverse very soon because the fundamentals are overwhelmingly positive for gold and silver.  What we are witnessing is nothing more than the desperation of the guardians of the fiat paradigm in the face of far stronger physical market trends than widely perceived to exist given the tonnage flow moving into China, under the radar of the World Gold Council and other methodology-blinded sources that form the basis of mainstream media and Wall Street consensus opinion.  – Eric Dubin, Managing Editor, The News Doctors

 

 

Yellen may be yelling, but the market isn’t really listening. After her second day of Congressional testimony, we were treated to a precious metals sell-off on Comex as the prospect of interest rate increases and a rising dollar continue to rattle the precious metals sector. Demonstrating the power of the current bull move, both gold and silver have reversed and are now making their highs for the Comex session.