Category Archive: 6a.) Ronan Manly (Bullionstar)

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Ronan Manly
Ronan Manly is an investment professional and research analyst with an interest in the monetary gold market. His career has taken him from Dublin to London, New York, and Frankfurt, in roles spanning portfolio management, stockbroking, and technology, working for companies including Dimensional Fund Advisors and Morgan Stanley. In his time, Ronan has collected various economic and finance degrees, most recently a Master's in Finance from London Business School.

Bullion Banks Overstate LBMA Silver Holdings By 106 Million Troy Ounces.

Today we will go over some bombshell news relating to the bullion banks and the silver market in London. Ronan Manly of Bullion Star has done another great detective job of exposing the fraudulent nature of the LBMA market that seems to exist only to manipulate the price of gold and silver and keep investors from buying the metals.

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Ronan Manly (BullionStar) | Wall Street Silver

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#SilverSqeeze Series: Ronan Manly (BullionStar) on Wall Street Silver!

Filmed Live on 12 Feb 2021 Watch Ronan's discussion with the moderators from Wall Street Silver (https://www.reddit.com/r/Wallstreetsilver) about the latest developments on the #silversqueeze

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BullionStar Perspectives – Chris Powell – Central Bank Gold Manipulation

Filmed in September 2020 BullionStar's Ronan Manly speaks up with Chris Powell of GATA, discussing central bank gold price rigging, the 1999 secret IMF report, the BIS and Bank of England gold lending scheme, massive central bank interventions since March 2020, central bank gold redistribution (to each other) behind the scenes, the recent LBMA and COMEX gold market collusion, how bullion banks were caught rigging but are still in charge of the...

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BullionStar Perspectives – Ned Naylor-Leyland – Early Days in a Gold Bull Market

Filmed in August 2020 BullionStar's Ronan Manly catches up with Ned Naylor Leyland, discussing recent trends in precious metals and what that means for the future. Ned gives insight into the institutional market and discusses the topic of inflation adjusted prices with Ronan. Ronan and Ned share their views on the possibility of a systemic change in the monetary system of today.

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RUN ON GOLD ETFs & FUTURES CONTRACTS?!! (GLD CONTROVERSY)

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Ronan Manly: Paper Gold Scheme Unraveling Now

#RonanManly: Paper #Gold Scheme Is Nearing Its End The primary question everybody in the gold and #silver markets wants to know is “when will the price manipulation end.” And if that’s what you’re wondering as well, you’re going to want to watch this interview with renowned gold market expert Ronan Manly of Bullion Star. He’s …

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Ronan Manly: LBMA/COMEX Warnings Don’t Add Up

#RonanManly: #LBMA and #COMEX Playing #Gold Market Musical Chairs As the LBMA and COMEX scramble for gold and #silver, the recent statements about liquidity just don’t add up. Which renowned gold market expert Ronan Manly of Bullion Star was kind enough to join me on the show and discuss. In the interview Ronan talks about …

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What’s Up With Australia’s 80 Tonnes Of Gold At The Bank Of England?

Recently, news network RT.com asked for comments on the question of the 80 tonnes of the Reserve Bank of Australia's (RBA) gold reserves and their supposed storage location at the Bank of England's gold vaults in London. Based on some of those comments I made, RT has now published an article in its English language news website at www.rt.com about this Australian gold that the RBA claims is held in London.

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Does the recent spate of Central Bank gold buying impact demand and price?

There has been a lot of media coverage recently about the re-emergence of central bank gold buying and the overall larger quantity of gold than central banks as a group have been buying recently compared to previous years. For example, according to the World Gold Council’s Gold Demand Trends for Q3 2018, net purchases of gold by central banks in the third quarter of this year were 22% higher than Q3 2017, and the highest quarterly level since Q4 of...

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In surprise move, Central Bank of Hungary announces 10-fold jump in its gold reserves

In one of the most profound developments in the central bank gold market for a long time, the Hungarian National Bank, Hungary’s central bank, has just announced a 10 fold jump in its monetary gold holdings. The central bank, known as Magyar Nemzeti Bank (MNB) in Hungarian, made the announcement in Budapest, Hungary’s capital.

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As Emerging Market Currencies Collapse, Gold is being Mobilized

In recent weeks, global financial markets have been increasingly spooked by an intensifying crisis in emerging market currencies including those of Turkey and Argentina. Add to this the ongoing currency crisis in Venezuela and the currency problems of Iran.

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Annual Mine Supply of Gold: Does it Matter?

The topic of how much extractable gold is left in the world has become increasingly discussed within the last few years. This is because of increased focus on ‘peak gold’ and also a concern about remaining levels of unextracted gold reserves. Peak gold is a term referring to the phenomenon of annual gold mining supply peaking (i.e. the rate of gold extraction increases until it peaks at maximum gold output and subsequently diminishes).

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Spotlight on the HUI and XAU Gold Stock Indexes

Probably the two best known gold mining stock indexes in the world’s financial markets are the HUI and the XAU. HUI is the ticker symbol for the NYSE Arca Gold BUGS Index. XAU is the ticker symbol for the Philadelphia Gold and Silver Index. Both of these monikers make an appearance on many gold related websites and many general financial market websites as well, so its worth knowing briefly what these indexes are and what they represent.

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Chinese Gold Market: Still in the Driving Seat

With the first half of 2018 now behind us, it’s an opportune time to look at whats been happening in the Chinese Gold Market. As a reminder, China is the largest gold producer in the world, the largest gold importer in the world, and China’s Shanghai Gold Exchange is the largest physical gold exchange in the world.

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Gold’s Price Performance: Beyond the US Dollar

With the first half of 2018 now drawn to a close, much of the financial medias’ headlines and commentary relating to the gold market has been focusing on the fact that the US dollar gold price has moved lower year-to-date. Specifically, from a US dollar price of $1302.50 at close on 31 December 2017, the price of gold in US dollar terms has slipped by approximately 3.8% over the last six months to around $1252.50, a drop of US $50.

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Sovereign Money Referendum: A Swiss Awakening to Fractional-Reserve Banking?

On Sunday 10 June 2018, Switzerland’s electorate voted on a referendum calling for the country’s commercial banks to be banned from creating money. In a country world-famous for its banking industry, this was quite an interesting turn of events. Known as the Sovereign Money Initiative or ‘Vollgeld’, the referendum was brought to the Swiss electorate in the form of a ‘Popular Initiative‘.

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Turkey and Russia Highlight Gold’s Role as a Strategically Important Asset

On 17 April, Turkish news publication Ahval published a report stating that during 2017, Turkey withdrew 26.8 tonnes of gold that it had stored in the vaults of the New York Federal Reserve, and moved this gold under the custodianship of the Bank of England and the Bank for International Settlements (BIS). The source of the Ahval report was a Turkish language article from the popular Hürriyet newspaper in Turkey.

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Spoofing Futures and Banging Fixes: Same Banks, Same Trading Desks

On 29 January 2018, the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) Division of Enforcement together with the Criminal Division of the US Department of Justice and the FBI announced criminal and civil enforcement actions against 3 global investment banks and 5 traders for involvement in trade spoofing in precious metals futures contracts on the US-based Commodity Exchange (COMEX).

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