Precious Metals

Anti-Gold Puppet Now Hints Gold Will Soar – Dave Kranzler

September 15, 2017

Several representatives of the elitists have been warning about a
major global financial crisis. Recently the former Head of the Monetary
and Economics Department at the Bank of International Settlements, the
Central Bank of Central Banks, warned that there are “more dangers now
than in 2007.”

Goldman Sachs commodities analyst, Jeff Currie, who is infamous for
incorrectly predicting gold would drop to $800 about three years ago,
recently advised anyone listening to own physical gold: “don’t buy
futures or ETFs…buy the real thing. . .the lesson learned was that if
gold liquidity dries up along with the broader market, so does your
hedge, unless it’s physical gold in a vault, the true hedge of last
resort.”

Jeffrey Christian has spent most of his career operating as a shill
for the western Central Banks and bullion banks who lead the effort to
manipulate gold using fraudulent paper gold derivatives. He scoffs at
the idea that gold is manipulated. It was curious, then, when he was
interviewed by Kitco and was recommending that investors should hold at
least 20% of their assets in gold. He also forecast a $1700 price
target.

SGT Report invited me to discuss the significance of Christian’s comments, which of course included a denial of gold manipulation:


Dave Kranzler

Dave Kranzler spent many years working in various Wall Street jobs. After business school, he traded junk bonds for a large bank. He has an MBA from the University of Chicago, with a concentration in accounting and finance, and graduated Oberlin College with majors in Economics and English. Dave has nearly thirty years of experience in studying, researching, analyzing and investing in the financial markets. Currently he co-manages a precious metals and mining stock investment fund in Denver and publishes the Mining Stock and Short Seller Journals. Contact Dave at dkranzler62@gmail.com.


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