Precious metals have seen some highly unusual price movements lately, and sophisticated traders have long suspected that this is not the result of natural market activity or sheer randomness. If you’re like me, you’ve been alert to these unnatural price moves and have suspected that something sinister has been going on at the top levels, out of reach of the public and retail traders.
Fortunately, I’ve been in contact with an insider who has revealed exactly what’s been going on behind the curtain in the gold and silver markets.
Direct and highly valuable insights have come to light in a recent interview with Andrew Maguire, analyst from GoldTrading.com and independent London metals trader who is renowned for his unique ability to read the precious metals markets.
Maguire’s knowledge and experience gained as a specialist with over 40 years of trading in the financial and commodity markets have made him a favorite in the alternative media and truth seekers in general.
You see, Maguire is a legend in the industry which, starting in 2009, literally cracked the code of gold and silver manipulation. He provided 88 examples in which he predicted exactly where the prices of gold and silver would be in 24 hours; Maguire recorded these predictions and provided his information to the CFTC (Commodity Futures Trading Commission).
With 100% consistency, the price levels would finish at Maguire’s predicted levels the very next day. Maguire brought his evidence of price manipulation to the U.S. Department of Justice in 2011 with his attorneys, to no avail.
Years later, in 2017, Maguire accurately and publicly predicted a massive gold price surge. To this day, Maguire continues to blow the whistle and report on big bank and governmental collusion on all fronts. In his interview recently with Crush the Street, Maguire explained why gold and silver prices have been contained (i.e., manipulated) throughout the years: a fair and honest price for gold has been circumvented by the ability to create limitless amounts of undeliverable synthetic gold and silver supply.
We’ve seen, astonishingly, is a mismatch between the physical and the paper pricing to the point that gold and silver’s status as safe-haven assets are being threatened.
This begs the question: How long can this unfair pricing system continue to dictate precious metals pricing? What Maguire is reporting to us is not a conspiracy theory, but real and large-scale price containment. Without something fresh to drive additional physical demand to speed up the revaluation process, investors will have to expect the manipulation to continue and will need to factor this into the supply-demand equation of precious metals pricing.
Nonetheless, as Maguire duly points out, fiat currencies come and go but gold has been a store of value for over 6,000 years. Furthermore, gold and silver are grossly underpriced now, and we’re at a point in history where the reward-versus-risk is highly favorable for precious metals and precious-metal stock investors.
Large institutional investors are quietly accruing huge positions in gold and silver, and Crush the Street has published a full exclusive report on gold and silver’s core value in this day and age when fiat currencies are losing their value year after year. You can go right here to get the report and learn the best way to capitalize on the coming bull market in precious metals.