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Market Manipulation Explained: The Gold Market- Chris Powell

Market Manipulation Explained: The Gold Market by #ChrisPowell, Secretary/Treasurer and Director @ GATA.ORG

In today's episode Chris explains how #Centralbanks #intervention affect #GoldPrices. He believes now-a-days central banks are #intervening primarily through the futures markets and through gold leasing and gold swaps with the bullion banks.

He also shares to what extend #Centralbanks are successful in suppressing the gold price and believes that there are no markets anymore, just #intervention!

Chris agrees that not only are the markets manipulated but also that there is manipulation in the information, and he believes that the systems are comprehensively corrupt these days.

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00:00 - Intro
00:55 - Purpose of GATA
2:00 - How does Central Banks intervene the Gold Market and what effect it has gold price
6:14 - Suppression of Gold Prices
8:17 - Rise in Gold Market
11:49 - There are no markets anymore, just interventions
14:34 - Manipulation in information
18:56 - Turning to Bitcoin: It is a store of value for the future
20:42 - Next steps
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