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Gold Rigging Goes Mainstream: FT Reports Evidence of “Collusive Behavior” on London Fix!

The Financial Times reports this morning that global gold prices may have been manipulated on 50% of occasions between January 2010 and December 2013. A pattern it alleged may be evidence of “collusive behavior.” (Tell me something we don't know! However we may gain some traction now) http://www.silverdoctors.com/

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The FT article has been taken down.

The FT article has been taken down.

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Bugs in the machine's picture

That's convenient.

And the Silver Doctors article is referenced why?

By claiming there is no conspiracy, you prove to those who believe in the conspiracy that you are part of the conspiracy.

Bugs in the machine's picture

I found no article on Financial Times

This post links to Silverdoctors.com.

Where is the link to the FT story you're referring to? I found no results for "Collusive Behavior" at FT.com.

Until I see a link to FT, I down vote.

By claiming there is no conspiracy, you prove to those who believe in the conspiracy that you are part of the conspiracy.

don't finish colluding just

don't finish colluding just yet, i haven't bought enough underpriced precious metals!

Underpriced?

The article says: Fideres concluded that this “is indicative of panel banks’ pushing the gold price upwards ..."

lmao.. sure they are. Gold

lmao.. sure they are. Gold should be priced at 5 to 10k. Silver should be well over 100.00

This means they are probly going to hit metals hard,

to counter the traction from this be ready!

Maybe banks should be for making loans, and not screwing

the public. No regulation required just kick them out of the markets.

Gold standard: because man can not be trusted to control his greed

Hope there is some traction on the issue

The cynic in me leans towards this being revelation of method.

The fraud is revealed, people do nothing, acquiescence becomes affirmation so these criminals feel they are still acting in honor.

Interesting times...

peAce

Liberty = Responsibility

It Seems Very Obvious That Precious Metals Prices Are Fixed !

Monopolies are supposed to be illegal, but when big players get together and "CONSPIRE" on pricing, producers, and buyers can suffer greatly.

beesting

robot999's picture

Bump

up $21 at the time of this bump.

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