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James Dines – Gold & The Next “Super-Major Bull Market”

from KingWorldNews:

Dines: “Something very big is happening. It’s historic, and a great profit opportunity….

“It’s the end of Prohibition. As it was with the ending of Prohibition of alcohol in the 1930s, we are now ending the Prohibition against marijuana, or cannabis.

Two American states have already legalized it and there are bound to be more. There is a scramble already beginning in the stocks. Believe it or not, there are stocks that are involved in the production of marijuana as well as the sale of it.

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1 comment to James Dines – Gold & The Next “Super-Major Bull Market”

  • rich

    Ted Butler: J. P. Morgan and the Comex And Precious Metal Price Manipulation

    Suing JPMorgan and the COMEX
    Theodore Butler|
    March 21, 2014

    I’ve had some recent conversations with attorneys who were considering class-action lawsuits regarding a gold price manipulation stemming from reports about the London Gold Fix. I told them that while there is no doubt that gold and, particularly, silver are manipulated in price, I didn’t see how the manipulation stemmed from the London Fix. I wished them well and hoped that they may prevail (the enemy of my enemy is my friend), because you never know – if the lawyers dig deep enough they might find the real source of the gold and silver manipulation, namely, the COMEX (owned by the CME Group) and JPMorgan.

    So I thought it might be constructive to lay out what I thought a successful lawsuit might look like, although I’m speaking as a precious metals analyst and not as a lawyer. I’ll try to put the whole thing into proper perspective, including the premise and scope of the manipulation as well as the parties involved.

    The first thing I should mention is how unprecedented it is that I’m writing this in the first place. Here I am, directly and consistently accusing two of the world’s most important financial institutions of market manipulation (making sure I send each all my accusations) and I have received no complaint from either. I don’t think that has ever occurred previously. Now I am taking it one step further; presenting a guide for how and why JPMorgan and the CME should be sued for their manipulation of gold and silver (and copper, too)…

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