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David Morgan: Conspiracy facts show metals prices have to rise
9:15p ET Tuesday, September 22, 2015
Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:
Silver-Investor.com's David Morgan tells the AU Report's J.T. Long that manipulation of the monetary metals and commodity markets is "conspiracy fact."
"The futures markets," Morgan says, "allow massive amounts of paper contracts that represent silver and gold and, for that matter, other commodities such as wheat or corn to be manufactured at will for speculative purposes. That satisfies the demand without changing the real supply. Someone could buy what they think is a physical amount of metal through a major broker-dealer but in reality only hold a claim on the underlying asset. This is fairly pervasive throughout the precious metals industry."
When this leverage that is being used breaks, Morgan says, things can change fast.
The interview is headlined "Silver Investor David Morgan: Conspiracy Facts Show Metal Prices Have to Rise" and it's posted at the AU Report here:
CHRIS POWELL, Secretary/Treasurer
Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee Inc.
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