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    USD vs. Gold & Silver Then and Now

    The USD is now at a level that is below November 2016 election day levels. While Gold and Silver have been hammered even lower than election day levels. Prices have shot up and down since November only to be lower now right along with the USD. WTH?

    We are still buying and have starting adding a little more as the prices in the short term are being oversold. Looking at the way the USD is trending, prices of the metals should've bottomed already.

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    I have no doubt it is pure manipulation. I am of the opinion that they can artificially keep metals wherever they please. I am so cynical that I am guessing they have the system so rigged there may be one Dr. Strangelove with his hand on a dial that changes it at will up or down as they get ready to destroy the dollar when the time is right.
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    Yeah all these PM billionaires could've already made the CRIMEX default. Why haven't they?

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    ...It's because as long as they turn that crank, the money (real stuff) keeps landing in their basket.

    We all accept that the dollar has to implode (and should have already). But the jiggery-pokery with the PM market keeps the fiat alive.

    That's fine with me. I am on the cranky, wobbling train along with the rest of youse.

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