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    Wow, 100-1 leverage in the paper gold market. (So if this fails. does the price go up or down?)

    http://www.zerohedge.com/article/eri...n-douglas-gata

    Recently, whistleblower Andrew Maguire gained substantial notoriety among LBMA circles after disclosing what could be an epic cabal of commodity price manipulation, and was subsequently involved in what could be classified as an attempted hit-and-run. In a first media appearance, Andrew is interviewed in this exclusive with Eric King of King World News, where he is joined by GATA director Adrian Douglas, who also made ripples at the recent CFTC hearing in which he used the words of former Goldman analyst Jeffrey Christian against him in proving that the gold market is nothing but one big Ponzi, in which a run to deliverables would result in 99% unsecured claims (a 1 in 100 dilution).
    As Eric King summarizes:
    Andrew Maguire, independent metals trader turned whistleblower is in the center of a storm for exposing what could be the largest fraud in history involving countries, banks and government leaders. Adrian Douglas Board of Director from GATA, the man who Andrew reached out to also joins in this interview where they discuss a fraud so extraordinary and so unimaginable that it is the kind of thing that hollywood thrillers are made of. In this interview they also discuss the CFTC sponsored meeting on metals which was an unmitigated disaster because it additionally exposed the fraud on a grander scale. Thanks to GATA, Adrian and everyone else involved in helping to make this exclusive King World News interview possible.


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    Oh great, the CFTC is corrupt AND incompetent. An excellent combination. And all this time I thought they were legit - like the SEC, perhaps?:confused:

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    Quote Originally Posted by jtabeb View Post
    Wow, 100-1 leverage in the paper gold market. (So if this fails. does the price go up or down?)
    <s>If</s> When this manipulation fails, will you still remember your good 'ol buddies here at iTulip?

    Any idea how long that fuse is?
    Most folks are good; a few aren't.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThePythonicCow View Post
    <s>If</s> When this manipulation fails, will you still remember your good 'ol buddies here at iTulip?

    Any idea how long that fuse is?
    I said end of March, but you know how that turned out. Then again. my birthday is coming up soon. Maybe the PTB want to give me a present for my birthday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jtabeb View Post
    I said end of March, but you know how that turned out. Then again. my birthday is coming up soon. Maybe the PTB want to give me a present for my birthday.
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    I doubt you'll get what you predicted for your birthday ... but here's wishing you a great one none-the-less !!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fiat Currency View Post
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    I doubt you'll get what you predicted for your birthday ... but here's wishing you a great one none-the-less !!
    Thanks man, that was really cool.

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    I believe that a large degree of leveraging is also occurring in the stock market, via naked selling, and manipulation on part of the market makers -- the entire FTD (Failure to Deliver) problem, as discussed on deepcapture.com by Patrick Byrne. This is particularly true, as almost nobody asks for their stock certificates, and the accounting of the stock trade paper trail is left to the broker for "convenience"

    See two interesting linked articles by Judd Bagley
    Prepare to be astounded

    I’ve got everything ready to go for my next post, save one thing: the most current stock delivery failures data, corresponding to the second half of January, which the SEC was supposed to have made available yesterday.

    I’m particularly eager to get that batch, because it has the capacity to confirm or rule-out my ability to predict the future.

    See, I believe I know, to within a few percentage points, how some of that delivery failures data — up to this point supposedly known only to the DTCC and SEC — will read.

    But instead of going mad waiting for it to be posted, I’m going to very publicly make my prediction here and now, and then follow up with the actual numbers once published. I shall then take my clairvoyant victory lap around the tiny office where I sit.

    Therefore, I do predict the following:

    With a margin of error of +/-2.5%, Shares of Sears Holdings Corporation (NASDAQ:SHLD) will be shown to have experienced CNS delivery failures of the following magnitudes on the indicated dates:

    1/29/2010 879,444
    1/28/2010 873,222
    1/27/2010 870,570
    1/26/2010 851,904
    1/25/2010 848,742
    1/22/2010 865,266
    1/21/2010 857,106
    1/20/2010 1,535,508
    1/19/2010 1,540,914

    Please check back often between today and tomorrow (or whenever the SEC gets around to posting the final numbers) to learn how accurate my predictions turned out to be, how I arrived at them, and why this is very bad news for our capital markets.
    Cataloging Sears stock manipulation

    Most of the examinations of stock manipulation published here on deepcapture.com take place after the fact, the damage being done. However, we’ve become aware of instances of apparently illegal, manipulative trading in several companies’ stocks, happening right now, which we have the ability to monitor and report on in nearly real time.

    I’ll start with Sears Holdings Corporation (NASDAQ:SHLD).

    A few months ago, an unusual trading pattern in shares of Sears emerged, in which large blocks of shares change hands within minutes of deep in-the-money call options equivalent to precisely the same numbers of shares in these blocks. This behavior is consistent with the illegal “reset” transaction described in the enforcement case brought by the SEC against naked short seller Steven M. Hazan:
    “…a market participant who has a “fail-to-deliver” position in a threshold security buys shares of that security while simultaneously selling short-term, deep in-the-money call options to – or buying short-term, deep in-the-money put options from – the counterparty to the share purchase. The purchase of shares creates the illusion that the market participant has satisfied the close out obligation of Reg SHO. However, the shares that are apparently purchased in the reset transactions are never actually delivered to the purchaser because on the day after executing the reset, the option is either exercised (if a call) or assigned (if a put), transferring the shares back to the party that apparently sold them the previous day. This paired transaction allows the market participant with the fail-to-deliver position to effectively borrow the stock for a day, in order to appear to have satisfied the close out requirement of Rule 203(b)(3).”
    If you want to see each of these reset transactions in detail, you can do so here. But if you’re content with the bottom lines, take a look at the following table, keeping in mind each call option contract gives the buyer the right to purchase 100 shares of the underlying stock (meaning, these trades were undeniably “matched” to one another).

    <table align="center" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0"> <tbody> <tr height="60" valign="bottom" align="center" bgcolor="#cccccc"> <td width="91">Date</td> <td width="71">Call option contracts</td> <td width="81">Equities block size</td> <td rowspan="21" width="3" bgcolor="#000000">
    </td> <td width="64">Date</td> <td width="73">Call option contracts</td> <td width="87">Equities block size</td> </tr> <tr height="20"> <td height="20">12/3/09</td> <td>6,166</td> <td>616,600</td> <td>1/4/10</td> <td>10,374</td> <td>1,037,400</td> </tr> <tr height="20"> <td height="20">12/4/09</td> <td>6,194</td> <td>619,400</td> <td>1/5/10</td> <td>10,368</td> <td>1,036,800</td> </tr> <tr height="20"> <td height="20">12/7/09</td> <td>6,369</td> <td>636,900</td> <td>1/6/10</td> <td>10,610</td> <td>1,061,000</td> </tr> <tr height="20"> <td height="20">12/8/09</td> <td>6,668</td> <td>666,800</td> <td>1/7/10</td> <td>10,972</td> <td>1,097,200</td> </tr> <tr height="20"> <td height="20">12/9/09</td> <td>7,287</td> <td>728,700</td> <td>1/8/10</td> <td>16,032</td> <td>1,603,200</td> </tr> <tr height="20"> <td height="20">12/10/09</td> <td>7,749</td> <td>774,900</td> <td>1/11/10</td> <td>15,106</td> <td>1,510,600</td> </tr> <tr height="20"> <td height="20">12/11/09</td> <td>7,958</td> <td>795,800</td> <td>1/12/10</td> <td>15,050</td> <td>1,505,000</td> </tr> <tr height="20"> <td height="20">12/14/09</td> <td>8,376</td> <td>837,600</td> <td>1/13/10</td> <td>15,107</td> <td>1,510,700</td> </tr> <tr height="20"> <td height="20">12/15/09</td> <td>8,387</td> <td>838,700</td> <td>1/14/10</td> <td>15,054</td> <td>1,505,400</td> </tr> <tr height="20"> <td height="20">12/16/09</td> <td>8,876</td> <td>887,600</td> <td width="64">1/19/10</td> <td>8,403</td> <td width="87">840,300</td> </tr> <tr height="20"> <td height="20">12/17/09</td> <td>8,654</td> <td>865,400</td> <td width="64">1/20/10</td> <td>8,483</td> <td width="87">848,300</td> </tr> <tr height="20"> <td height="20">12/18/09</td> <td>4,767</td> <td>476,700</td> <td width="64">1/21/10</td> <td>8,321</td> <td width="87">832,100</td> </tr> <tr height="20"> <td height="20">12/21/09</td> <td>6,598</td> <td>659,800</td> <td width="64">1/22/10</td> <td>8,352</td> <td width="87">835,200</td> </tr> <tr height="20"> <td height="20">12/22/09</td> <td>6,918</td> <td>691,800</td> <td width="64">1/25/10</td> <td>8,535</td> <td width="87">853,500</td> </tr> <tr height="20"> <td height="20">12/23/09</td> <td>7,433</td> <td>743,300</td> <td width="64">1/26/10</td> <td>8,561</td> <td width="87">856,100</td> </tr> <tr height="20"> <td height="20">12/24/09</td> <td>8,444</td> <td>884,400</td> <td width="64">1/27/10</td> <td>8,622</td> <td width="87">862,200</td> </tr> <tr height="20"> <td height="20">12/28/09</td> <td>8,773</td> <td>877,300</td> <td width="64">1/28/10</td> <td>8,490</td> <td width="87">849,000</td> </tr> <tr height="20"> <td height="20">12/29/09</td> <td>9,087</td> <td>908,700</td> <td width="64">1/29/10</td> <td>8,326</td> <td width="87">832,600</td> </tr> <tr height="20"> <td height="20">12/30/09</td> <td>9,459</td> <td>945,900</td> <td>
    </td> <td>
    </td> <td>
    </td> </tr> <tr height="20"> <td height="20">12/31/09</td> <td>9,830</td> <td>938,000</td> <td>
    </td> <td>
    </td> <td>
    </td> </tr> </tbody> </table>
    Take a look at how these blocks trades appear when charted.



    SHLD matched block trades: click to enlarge

    Looking at the relationship between these matched blocks and the delivery failure data currently available suggests the blocks are a pretty reliable predictor of delivery failures reported two days later.



    SHLD matched block trades and delivery failures: click to enlarge

    Moving fails back two trading days we see just how reliable a predictor these matched block trades really are.



    SHLD matched blocks and failed trades, offest -2 days: click to enlarge.

    On average, SHLD fails are roughly 102% of these matched blocks. Given that relationship, I feel quite confident predicting how the as-yet-unreleased SHLD delivery failures will appear (note the dashed line).



    SHLD matched block trades and offset delivery failures with prediction: click to enlarge

    Now for the good and bad news inherent to this situation.

    The good news is: this unusual market activity is fairly easy to spot.

    The bad news is: despite being easy to spot, in recent months multiple companies have come under identical attack, suggesting whoever is responsible is not too concerned about the consequences of overtly violating the securities laws…a familiar situation for anybody who’s followed deepcapture.com for any length of time.

    I’ll have more on this subject as soon as the SEC fails data are released, so stay tuned.
    I’ve astounded even myself!

    Last week I dared to predict the number of then unreleased delivery failures in shares of Sears Holdings (NASDAQ:SHLD). The figures I ultimately settled upon (after two minor tweaks in the days to follow) were:

    1/29/2010 879,444
    1/28/2010 873,222
    1/27/2010 870,570
    1/26/2010 851,904
    1/25/2010 848,742
    1/22/2010 865,266
    1/21/2010 857,106
    1/20/2010 1,535,508
    1/19/2010 1,540,914

    This morning, the SEC having yet to release the numbers, I explained the basis for my prediction, which is in simple terms, based on a pattern of apparently manipulative naked short “reset” transactions the Deep Capture team has observed in SHLD, and how those trades consistently predict how many shares of SHLD will fail to deliver after two days.
    Well, literally moments after I published my explanation, the SEC released the numbers.

    I asserted that my prediction would be accurate to within +/-2.5%. I’m embarrassed to reveal that in the end, my predictions were on average accurate to within 2.55%.

    Sorry. I’ll try harder next time .

    For the record, here’s a table comparing my predictions and the actual numbers.

    <table cellpadding="3" cellspacing="0"> <col width="84"> <col width="64"> <col span="3" width="64"> <tbody> <tr height="20" bgcolor="#cccccc"> <td height="20" width="84">
    date
    </td> <td width="64">
    predicted
    </td> <td width="64">
    actual
    </td> <td width="64">
    difference
    </td> <td width="64">
    percent
    </td> </tr> <tr height="21"> <td height="21" align="right"> 1/19/2010
    </td> <td align="right"> 1,540,914
    </td> <td align="right"> 1,566,164
    </td> <td align="right"> 25,250
    </td> <td align="right"> 1.61%
    </td> </tr> <tr height="20"> <td height="20" align="right"> 1/20/2010
    </td> <td align="right"> 1,535,508
    </td> <td align="right"> 1,498,938
    </td> <td align="right"> 36,570
    </td> <td align="right"> 2.44%
    </td> </tr> <tr height="20"> <td height="20" align="right"> 1/21/2010
    </td> <td align="right"> 857,106
    </td> <td align="right"> 910,786
    </td> <td align="right"> 53,680
    </td> <td align="right"> 5.89%
    </td> </tr> <tr height="20"> <td height="20" align="right"> 1/22/2010
    </td> <td align="right"> 865,266
    </td> <td align="right"> 914,056
    </td> <td align="right"> 48,790
    </td> <td align="right"> 5.34%
    </td> </tr> <tr height="20"> <td height="20" align="right"> 1/25/2010
    </td> <td align="right"> 848,742
    </td> <td align="right"> 854,491
    </td> <td align="right"> 5,749
    </td> <td align="right"> 0.67%
    </td> </tr> <tr height="20"> <td height="20" align="right"> 1/26/2010
    </td> <td align="right"> 851,904
    </td> <td align="right"> 846,268
    </td> <td align="right"> 5,636
    </td> <td align="right"> 0.67%
    </td> </tr> <tr height="20"> <td height="20" align="right"> 1/27/2010
    </td> <td align="right"> 870,570
    </td> <td align="right"> 851,094
    </td> <td align="right"> 19,476
    </td> <td align="right"> 2.29%
    </td> </tr> <tr height="20"> <td height="20" align="right"> 1/28/2010
    </td> <td align="right"> 873,222
    </td> <td align="right"> 851,705
    </td> <td align="right"> 21,517
    </td> <td align="right"> 2.53%
    </td> </tr> <tr height="20"> <td height="20" align="right"> 1/29/2010
    </td> <td align="right"> 879,444
    </td> <td align="right"> 866,606
    </td> <td align="right"> 12,838
    </td> <td align="right"> 1.48%
    </td> </tr> <tr height="20"> <td height="20">
    </td> <td>
    </td> <td colspan="2">
    Average:
    </td> <td align="right" bgcolor="#ffff66"> 2.55%
    </td> </tr> </tbody> </table>
    At this point, the most relevant question is: will the SEC do anything about this obvious violation of the law?

    Sadly, I predict that no, the SEC will not.

    The next most relevant question is: will the manipulator continue manipulating, knowing he or she has been spotted?
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    bullion?
    junk Silver bags?

    stock: Pan American, Hecla, Silver Standard, Silvercorp, Bear Creek, ... etc ...

    ???

    I've owned bullion and Silver Standard and Pan American since 2002, added a bit of each over the years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spartacus View Post
    bullion?
    junk Silver bags?

    stock: Pan American, Hecla, Silver Standard, Silvercorp, Bear Creek, ... etc ...

    ???

    I've owned bullion and Silver Standard and Pan American since 2002, added a bit of each over the years.
    Sparta, what about Oil?

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    Quote Originally Posted by LargoWinch View Post
    Sparta, what about Oil?
    Hi, hope you're well

    Before getting into Silver I spent a LOT of time at the University of Toronto libraries, got materials from York U & others through interlibrary loan.

    I convinced myself Silver was undervalued.

    I was so, so tempted to get into oil on many occasions. It was just too complex for me to analyze properly.

    I spent 2 years test-trading what I thought would happen and I consistently made the wrong calls. Petroleum is just not for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spartacus View Post
    Hi, hope you're well
    Thanks Sparta; hope you are well too ;)


    ...seems like the eye of the hurricane right now. What do your Spidey sense says?

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    Quote Originally Posted by LargoWinch View Post
    Thanks Sparta; hope you are well too ;)

    ...seems like the eye of the hurricane right now. What do your Spidey sense says?
    believe it or not, I'm mentally prepared for another fall in Silver. This guy says the regulators did not know at all what to look for ... after all that Ted Butler has told them, and supposedly they "investigated" Silver for more than a year, it's been more than 2 years since they started that investigation and they still have done nothing ... that does not give me reason to cheer.

    The Silver manipulation story sounds good - it's good that it may get more exposure, and it looks good that CFTC no longer seems to be putting out denial after denial after denial.

    I'm about to put a little more into Silver, but not a lot. The manipulation story has been out there for a long time, and it's possible that there are a lot of leveraged longs, in addition to the naked shorts that Maguire is talking about.

    I did some research into Toronto real estate and Canadian banking, and I was not too concerned before about a housing crash being really bad. I have been expecting modest price reductions (10 to 20%) and a significant reduction in the number of sales.

    Now, after talking with some RE agents & mortgage brokers, and hearing how much they sound like the stuff I was reading from the US in late 2005 I won't be surprised if there's a 30% price reduction.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spartacus View Post

    I did some research into Toronto real estate and Canadian banking, and I was not too concerned before about a housing crash being really bad. I have been expecting modest price reductions (10 to 20%) and a significant reduction in the number of sales.

    Now, after talking with some RE agents & mortgage brokers, and hearing how much they sound like the stuff I was reading from the US in late 2005 I won't be surprised if there's a 30% price reduction.
    I entierely agree with you sir Sparta.

    Canada did not - YET - experience its housing bust...but it is coming. It is coming as surely as sunrise.

    I rent.

    But 2-bedroom houses built in the early 1900s sell for $800,000+ in less than 48hours here in Toronto. Aren't people reading a tiny bit of what is going on in the US? :eek:.

    Bubble RE time. Gold time. Cash time; this one gonna hurt.

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    ws Coverage of the Maguire 'Whistleblower' Car Accident in the States



    I received this news story from an astute reader.

    I also asked a GATA news source why Mr. Maguire had not discussed the accident in his interview with King World News. He is reported to be 'very concerned' for his safety and is reluctant to discuss this aspect of his coming forward. I think this is understandable. It must be very hard to do this sort of thing.

    The mainstream media in the US is very slow to pursue investigative pieces, with a few notable exceptions. It has in too many cases become an extension of the corporations that own the once proud newsrooms.


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    KWN has now been down yesterday and today.... hmmm...

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    Quote Originally Posted by doom&gloom View Post
    KWN has now been down yesterday and today.... hmmm...
    Just had trouble getting on, then... voilà! Listened to the whole thing. My guess is they're having a lot of traffic.

    This is some wild stuff. I would love to know the names of the two as-of-yet unnamed entities mentioned by Maguire.

    Buying opportunity? Definite reinforcement that the physical is undervalued. How long can they keep this up? 100-1 sheesh!

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    LBMA..

    Are BullionVault.com connected to them in any way ??

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    Quote Originally Posted by icm63 View Post
    LBMA..

    Are BullionVault.com connected to them in any way ??
    Word to the wise BV is NOT PHYSical. Take your funds out now and get physical so as not to get SCREWED later. That what all these things are. Physical Rules and paper drools.

    Just saying, if you need more proof, then you'll just have to wait for your failure to deliver to show up. (Not KIDDING)

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    From Ed Steer today:

    In the wee hours of Tuesday morning, Eric King of King World News sent me the interview headlined above... and linked below. Because the interview runs about 40 minutes in length... and I already had a pile of stories in my Tuesday report... I decided not to run it until today.

    But I did listen to the whole thing as soon as I got it... and it was a shocker to say the least! I called Eric on the telephone as soon as I got up in the morning... and he told me that shortly after he posted the interview, his website had been hacked and about the last third of the interview had been deliberately erased from one of ISP's servers. It was the part where Andrew Maguire and GATA's Adrian Douglas started talking about things like "fraud", "treason" and "financial terrorism".
    http://www.caseyresearch.com/displayGsd.php

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