Posts Tagged ‘Market Manipulation’

We need a financial crash

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On behalf of Matterhorn Asset Management / GoldSwitzerland, Lars Schall talked with Ned Naylor-Leyland, the Investment Director of Quilter Cheviot Investment Management in London, about the importance of being patient when holding precious metals, the phenomenon of backwardation in the gold market, the current investigations into the gold and silver fix in London, his view […]

Silver – The investment of this decade?

Financial journalist Lars Schall met up with David Morgan in February. Morgan is widely regarded as one of the best silver market analysts. In this video interview he reflects on the rigging of the silver price and tells why he’s still optimistic about silver in the long run.

The Organized Crime / Banking At Its Finest Show

In a new edition of their Organized Crime / Banking At Its Finest Show, Canadian financial analyst Rob Kirby and German financial journalist Lars Schall discuss this week’s dismissal by the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission of complaints about manipulation of the silver market. In particular, Kirby and Schall focus on a powerful entity that […]

“The Market Forces Will Destroy Central Banks”

In this conversation for Matterhorn Asset Management, financial journalist Lars Schall talked with internationally known investment advisor / fund manager Marc Faber about, inter alia: the main beneficiaries of the current monetary policies undertaken by central banks around the globe; the Fed’s tapering; why Faber does still believe in gold; and his bullish view on […]

German / US gold in Hong Kong refineries?

Here’s an edited transcript of yesterday’s interview by the German financial journalist Lars Schall of William Kaye, founder and managing director of the Pacific Alliance Group in Hong Kong, about the rigging of the gold market by Western central banks and their bullion bank agents.

Ted Truman Talks Turkey

Yesterday I have published some answers that I received from Edwin M. Truman related to international gold politics. Here’s a reply from the Canadian financial analyst Rob Kirby.

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