Pick # 1 der Woche: “Silver, You Ain’t Seen Nothin’ Yet“ von Gene Arensberg.

Von Lars Schall

Dem “International Forecaster” von Bob Chapman entnehmen wir folgende…


Pick #1 der Woche

Got Gold Report – Silver, You Ain’t Seen Nothin’ Yet

by Gene Arensberg

Goldman Sachs to Sell $15,000,000 in Gold-Linked Bonds

Gasparino: Break-Up of CME on the Table

90% of Dutch Gold Reserve Is Held Abroad

More banks in India to import gold, silver

Fed Audit Completed
Audit of the Federal Reserve Reveals $16 Trillion in Secret Bailouts

Bail-out Bombshell:
Fed „Emergency“ Bank Rescue Totaled $29 Trillion Over Three Years$29_trillion_over_three_years

Kyle Bass says COMEX can’t deliver

CFTC adds protections to customers‘ money

Bemerkenswert fanden wir dieses im „International Forecaster“:

„Economist John Williams of says the government reported more than 40,000 jobs that didn’t exist. In his latest report, Williams said, ‚The reported seasonally-adjusted 200,000 jobs surge in December 2011 payrolls included a false, seasonally-adjusted gain of roughly 42,000 in the ‚Couriers and Messengers‘ category.‘ Williams went on to report, ‚While today’s happy labor data likely will fuel financial-media and political talk of an improving economy, the underlying reality remains bleak, with data later this month and next generally tending to confirm the ongoing bottom-bouncing of the U.S. economy in a severe downturn.‘ (Click here to go to the home page.) If unemployment were calculated the way BLS did it in 1994 and earlier, it would be 22.4% according to Williams.“

Ferner macht Bob Chapman auf dieses aufmerksam:

„The Philadelphia law firm of Berger and Montague this week brought a class-action lawsuit in federal court in New York, charging theft and misappropriation, against people connected with the failed commodity brokerage firm MF Global, including its former CEO, former New Jersey US Senator and Governor Jon Corzine; MF Global’s enabler and supposed regulator, CME Group; and the investment bank JPMorgan Chase. The lawsuit is brought under both the Commodity Exchange Act and the Racketeer-Influenced Corrupt Organization Act – the famous RICO.“

Und wer Bob Chapman mal wieder hören möchte – bitte schön:

The Corbett Report – Interview 446 – Bob Chapman

Bob Chapman – Gold Radio Cafe – January 6, 2012


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