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The Financial RESET & Triple Digit SILVER — CEO Keith Neumeyer

by SGT, SGT Report.com:

Keith Neumeyer, the outspoken and courageous CEO of First Majestic Silver and Chairman of First Mining Finance joins me to dissect the obscene levels of precious metals manipulation by the international banking cabal. Neumeyer has led the charge to expose the manipulation of silver via the paper markets and in 2014 suggested that silver mining companies ban together to form their own OPEC style “cartel” and withhold PHYSICAL silver production from the market. However, to date NOT ONE other mining CEO has had the will, tenacity or courage to join Neumeyer or even respond to him in any way. Mr. Neumeyer has since joined Ted Butler and GATA’s efforts to get the CFTC to take action to put an end to the criminality on the Comex as it relates to the manipulation of silver’s price.

Wealth is moving from West to East… The world is changing and people need to be aware of that change in order to protect themselves and I think having precious metals in their portfolio is critical.” – Keith Neumeyer

Mr. Neumeyer joins us today to discuss all of these issues and much more. Thanks for tuning in.

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45 comments to The Financial RESET & Triple Digit SILVER — CEO Keith Neumeyer

  • Brian

    Anybody see “NASholes 2015 the documentary” ?

    • Gnostic

      Brian,

      I am watching it now, Thnx. This is why we have never re-visited the moon, The BS is now easily exposed.

      Are you familiar with Crow 777?

      • Eric

        Links guys… Links! 😉

          • Brian

            Nice work Gnostic. Is Crow 777 a youtube channel ?

          • Eric

            I’ve seen this guy before. Or a lot of these videos. They can be convincing but I’m still not convinced. But the fact remains, you can’t believe anything your government or the media tells you.

            Question EVERYTHING!!!!

            • Brian

              No doubt about it ! Did you here back in 2009 that NASA (National Academy of Space Actors) announced that it lost all the original footage of the Apollo landings from 69-72 ? No kidding they said they lost it ? OOOOPS its gone. Rumor is they fucked up trying to tape several years of the Golden Girls TV show and by accident taped over the coverage of the Apollo landings. Honest mistake and could have happened to anyone. LOL.

              • Was it the footage or the flight data that was lost? I’ve always heard that it was the magnetic tapes containing the mission data that was lost, and that what remained was effectively “lost” because NASA had scrapped the machines that read it and “misplaced” the manuals.

                If they did indeed “lose” the footage as well, that’s quite the blunder. Wonder if the Kubrick Estate has a spare copy? 😛

                • Brian

                  The footage. All of it. Except what is left of what was televised. LOL. Put 1972 Jets vs Raiders as a Youtube search and watch the first 90 seconds of this video. Its live from ABC Space headquarters broadcasting live from the moon. I can’t believe the tequila daiquiri generation bought that crap. I was only two so I can say honestly I went along with the crowd. Ever think all of us did ? Study the Lemming as I think the human animal is quite similar. Anyhow, the 90 second clip slipped in before a Monday night Jet Raider game says it all. Hilarious.

                • That evergreen is always good for a laugh: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hlkp_nvoBME

                  Jay Weidner used that specific bit of footage in his “Kubrick’s Odyssey” series to demonstrate the front screen projection technique used for the fakery in question. Excellent documentaries if anyone hasn’t seen ’em yet.

              • Gnostic

                The Moon Is An Illusion & No One Goes Above Low Earth Orbit

                After many thousands of hours of lunar observation and research I have come to know that the moon is an illusion and that people cannot go above low Earth orbit. The moon is not a rock in orbit around the Earth. Below you will find some links to the Hatybow and other Russian research papers. If these works are correct we owe quite a debt to Hatybow. Please follow my articles on the Examiner.com and click the link below to subscribe the author. I will send notifications as new articles are published.

                https://youtu.be/nQVVOAyu3vs

  • Eric

    This is why I still own shares of First Majestic Silver and Just dipped my toes into First Mining Finance.

    Someone who understands silver, money, markets, history, finance and is on the right side of investors who risk their capital and isn’t just someone who digs around in the dirt.

    Thanks Sean! And thanks to Keith for all he does too.

    • Gnostic

      I wonder what Jim Sinclair now says about mining shares? Back in 2009-10 I lost a small fortune investing in them including Jim’s company Tanzania. Anyhow even if I had the fiat I am staying away from 3rd party risk, The crash is coming soon & no one will be spared, IMHO.

      • Eric

        I don’t blame you Gnostic. I’ve lost a bundle too but realized early that the point to silver and gold is to protect your wealth so physical assets should be #1. Not trying to get rich on mining shares. I know one trader who has been ruined by it even.

        I lost money on Tanzanian Royalty exploration too among many others, but I do believe the bottom is in now and I also remember some easy days back in 2010 sittin on my stack watching it go up in price every day.

        If you’re out of the matrix, I would stay out. Just stick with the stuff you can touch. But I’m still in it and continue hold strong without risking too much capital. The risk part of my “portfolio” is very very tiny. 😉 One day I will leave for good. But not yet.

        These two companies are two of my top picks for the long term, and never underestimate the bankers ability to keep this freak show going somehow. They’re not going to go down without a fight either.

      • glitter 1

        I think it’s safe to say everybody here believes that Silver and Gold will go up in price/value at some point.If you are currently under water in the last 3-4 years,you only lose if you sell,that holds true for the shares as well.When it turns,and it will big time,the shares will be right there again leading the metals as before.Remember,you can’t sell high if you don’t first buy low.Right now the physical and shares are the lowest in Dollar terms ever.Most will buy on the way up,close to a/the top.That’s why you have to be able to read a chart to determine a good entry point,rather than jumping blindly.

    • SGT

      Thanks for the kind words Eric.

  • Timco

    This may be off topic, but the bond market has gone insane tonight. Money is piling into treasuries. Maybe Greece really has bit the dust.
    http://www.investing.com/rates-bonds/u.s.-2-year-bond-yield-streaming-chart

  • Ed_B

    I haven’t lost a penny in the mining shares because I am into the “if you don’t hold it, you don’t own it camp”. This is not to say that I don’t own stocks, ETFs, or mutual funds because I do. But after investing for nearly 40 years, I understand them and how to buy and sell them. A lot of in-depth knowledge is needed to value mining companies well enough to risk money on them and I have to say that MANY of those who buy mining shares do not have that knowledge. This is absolutely critical because, as they say, “If you’re not at the table, you’re on the menu”. But then, neither do most brokers because almost all of them abhor anything to do with PMs. When one buys mining shares, one is leveraging the metals price because the shares always react more to metals prices than do the metals themselves… both when rising and when falling. As when buying gems, knowledge is critical to success. The mining stock arena is populated with people who study that market all the time and know it and those involved in mining operations well. That is deep dark water with many LARGE and hungry predators. It is not the place for a casual swim, IMO. Think jaws here.

    • Eric

      Ha! You nailed it Ed. Think Jaws indeed.

      “If you’re not at the table, you’re on the menu”

      As Andy Dufresne said, “I’m something of a rock hound.” If you don’t understand this business, you have no good reason to invest in it. And knowing how to read charts is a must.

      I subscribe to the if you don’t hold it, you don’t own it camp too, but I also think that if you are a believer (or knower) in the metal prices going up, you almost have to still stake a claim in the mining shares too.

      “If you want the shiny, you gotta work your hiney!” -Jeff Williams http://www.askjeffwilliams.com

      Love that guy.

      • Ed_B

        ““If you want the shiny, you gotta work your hiney!” -Jeff Williams”

        LOL, yeah, that IS a good one. My comments on shares are for money with which one cannot afford to take a lot of risk. If someone, knowing that this is a very risky bet, wants to put a small amount of money into shares, I have no problem with that. It’s a big risk. It might or might not pay off. But if it doesn’t work out, they will not be financially crippled. That’s one thing. But those who insist on getting into mining shares, know nothing about the mining industry or those running it, and who risk a LOT of their money in the hope of becoming wealthy are sheep waiting to be shorn… and someone ALWAYS has a pair of clippers handy!

        I love reading quotes from others who are wiser than me. Mark Twain is one of my favorites. His view of a gold mine was “a hole in the ground with a liar at the top”. Something tells me that he once bought some mining shares that did what many others have done… go bust. But they always have a great story to tell BEFORE they get their hands on our money. 😉

  • Ed_B

    “Mr. Neumeyer has since joined Ted Butler and GATA’s efforts to get the CFTC to take action to put an end to the criminality on the Comex as it relates to the manipulation of silver’s price.”

    IMO, this will never happen so is pretty much a wasted effort. I commend Neumeyer for making the effort on behalf of the miners and investors but let’s get real here for a moment. Those who run the CFTC have all come from the BIG NY banks and to those same banks will return when their time of “service” ends. They are running the CFTC for the benefit of those big NY banks and not for anyone else. They are richly rewarded for their “service” and no doubt they are very much aware of who butters their bread… and it ain’t you, me, or Neumeyer. Organizations like the CFTC, the SEC, and the Fed (among others) have dual mandates: 1) is their stated mandate which sounds all warm and fuzzy; 2) is their REAL mandate which is greedy, corrupt, and dangerous to our wealth. Guess which of these is on their minds constantly as they do all in their power to serve the interests of their true masters.

    • Eric

      I do believe you’re right Ed. Asking the CFTC to take action is like asking Obama to quit. Not gonna happen.

      I say hold back more metal.. A lot more. Strike a deal with someone like Hugo Salinas-Price.

      That might get Jamie’s attention. Let’s get the world back to monetary normal.

      • Ed_B

        Yeah, I have wondered for some time why the miners do not form a Precious Metals cartel that is similar to OPEC. Failing that, why not form strategic alliances with wealthy people and companies in Asia, where PMs are far more appreciated than they are in the US / UK / EU? After what most miners have been through recently, selling their products at cost plus some agreed upon profit margin should look pretty good to them.

        While PMs are not as vital a commodity as are oil and gas, they still have a lot of importance in the world. I surely cannot see the miners wanting to go broke just because the bullion banksters insist on playing paper games with the PM prices.

        As a stacker, though, I am grateful to these banksters for driving down the PM prices. I know that this was not their intent but our stacks are a LOT bigger than they otherwise would have been had prices gone a lot higher. It it fine for prices to be high once we have a stack but not while we are still building it. 😉

      • Brian

        And if the Antarctic surrounds us in a 360 degree plane then its exploration time and the whole matrix paradigm comes down. Endless abundance is reality. www dot atlanteanconspiracy dot com

  • ed

    “Our shareholders want to make a profit when owning our stock”

    Dude, your shares went from $26/sh down to $4/sh in one year !!

    And that’s why you’re fighting for your job right now.

    • glitter 1

      Actually I believe Silver is worth more than gold in the sense that industry has to have it,there are not substitutes for it’s unique qualities.Gold is hoarded as money/currency either wittingly/unwittingly.Gold can/could be bypassed under specific circumstances,it’s utility rendered pretty much benign,such as in an electronic cashless system/society.Silver,on the other hand is critical and an absolute must for ever increasing fabrication applications without substitute,which makes it more valuable,especially as the supply diminishes going forward.Central Banks can continue to lie about how much Gold they have,but they can’t lie about the Silver when it’s needed and it’s not there/available.The shortage(s),when they arrive will guarantee the end of the manipulation.When Silver hits five figures all of the doubt and whining will be forgotten pretty quickly.
      Silver Wheaton(SLW) owns just about all of their purchase contracts (25+)at ~$5.00oz,which goes right to their bottom line for every Dollar Silver gains in price.That’s allot of money in the ground with 5 digit Silver.

      • Ed_B

        Given your positive comments on SLW, are you a shareholder in this company? The past few years have not been kind to them but perhaps a turn-around is in the offing? Their 36.4 P/E is definitely a real turn-off for me, as is their falling dividend. If the night is always darkest before the dawn, perhaps it is time for the sun to rise on SLW. If so, it could see a substantial price gain.

        • glitter 1

          SLW is a Royalty Co,not a Miner.P/E ratios on miners historically are much higher than traditional stocks. SLW,like any PM/Royalty stock moves/reflects the pricing of the metals themselves,SLW is no different.Their dividend policy is variable to the price of the metal.It has been higher as well as lower since Silver has come down.When Silver launches higher so will the share price and the dividend as in the past. Yes I do have,what I consider, a sizable holding for a typical middle class person.I’m waiting like everyone else for this thing to turnaround.Accept for my pension,I’m “All In”,Bullion Coins and Mining Shares and have been since about 2002.

          • Ed_B

            Yes, I know about SLW, what they do, how they make their money, and their financial history. All that said, it still does not look highly attractive to me as an investor. I look at SLW in terms of investing maybe $10k or so vs. buying $10k worth of silver coins. Hmmm… what to do? Oh, wait. I know. More silver coins, please. 🙂

            That said, investing is definitely not a one size fits all endeavor. If SLW fits your situation, then great. Hope that it does well and makes a ton of money. When those profits roll in, buy some physical silver and / or gold. 🙂

  • Jerry

    Sean,

    You mistakenly said that a $140 billion bond fund went to cash. No it did not. It already had a percentage in cash and they just increased it’s cash position to the highest level since 2008. As of a few weeks ago they had less than 20% in cash in their bond funds. Wild Bill Holter made the same mistake. People need to actually read the article and not ZeroHedge’s, Infowars and the other alt media sites that at times have sensationalized headlines.

    • Ed_B

      Agreed. Merely because something is sensational does not mean that it is true. In many cases, it is less likely to be true because of the outlandish claims made for it. Just remember, folks, the wilder something sounds, the less likely it is to be true. This does not mean that it is not true, only that the odds against it being true are long.

      We recently saw the same thing over Carl Icahn’s comments regarding a possible market pull-back. Yes, he thinks that the market is over-valued now but that does not mean that all of the stocks in the market are also over-valued. He is still finding what he considers value in some of the stocks in this market. While he is lightening up on bonds for good reasons, he is not selling any of his Apple shares. Value in the stock market tends to be like gold… where we find it and not necessarily where it is supposed to be.

      One other thought is that even during the Great Depression of the 1930s, there were many large companies that made it through those years. Investing in those companies, particularly if they pay a decent dividend is a good way to invest for the long term. Those shares will rise and fall from time to time but the general trend is higher over time. Reinvesting those dividends in more shares is a solid way of building wealth over time.

      None of this reduces the value of having a good allocation to cash and PMs as financial insurance against some black swan type financial crisis. The cub / boy scout motto has lasted for a long time because it works, so BE PREPARED.

  • Coyote

    Looks like Bo Logni or whatever his name is screwed the pooch with his June silver breakout prediction. Can’t say I didn’t see that coming.

  • sam

    From the ‘Drudge Report’:

    ” Fireworks Industry Fights Back Against Host of Obama Regs… ”

    Even the little fireworks industry is willing to get together and fight back for their industry.
    But after 15 years of clear manipulation in the gold and silver markets the MINING INDUSTRY is still not willing to pull together and fight back. The sector has been devastated, dying or dead.

  • Sam

    Some peoples kids seem to be dancing with the devil on this.

    If you are in the paper markets you have faith in the previous rule of law and that the out of control debt – world wide essentially – is legit too.

    The point to really grasp here, as has been for some time now, is that phyz demand will not abate until debt is brought back under control and with it the rule of law…playing with paper kites is for kids.

    • Ed_B

      “… playing with paper kites is for kids.”

      Maybe so, Sam, but this kid has made a lot of fiat over the past 6 years “playing with paper”. How’s the silver and gold doing? Not nearly as well. But then, this is not an either / or choice. We all can and should do both so that our holdings are diversified over different asset classes. Many of the big-cap blue-chip stocks in the market in 1929 survived and came through the Great Depression, battered but still alive. Great fortunes were made by people who had some money to invest and who bought those uber cheap shares and held them. That’s not all that bad considering what else was going on at the time. Gold did not do nearly as well. In fact, it got “called in” and disappeared from the scene for a few decades.

  • Dante

    Off topic somewhat, but now that June has come and gone, I would imagine that Bo Polny has disappointed many people who foolishly put their faith in his cycle-based predictions. “Analysts” like Bo are the the very people who contribute to the sense of hopelessness that some feel, causing them to lose all faith and throw in the towel.

    The waiting game continues, and only those with patience and resolve will stay in the game. Now is not the time for false hope and wishful thinking. As such, we would do well to tone down the “big changes coming this autumn” rhetoric, if for no other reason than to avoid more unnecessary disappointment.

    • Willy

      This is the 4th prediction BoLony $ hit the bed on. This is why I advised SGT not repost that Doc crap. They are both just in it to sell metals and reap the paycheck a from the SI Silver Promo Service funded by the miners hoping to grow investment demand in a world of sinking industrial demand.

      • Dante

        That’s not to say that I’m anti-silver or that my faith in PMs is at all tarnished, but only that I’m a realist who’s disgusted with the perpetual hype and bullshit.

    • Willie

      One of the commenters (RADAR) at the SD website kindly refers to BO as “Blo Pony”…

      • Ed_B

        Indeed. In fact, multiple people use that moniker for Bo. From our perspective, he has earned it.

      • Dante

        Yes, a fitting name.

        I have to admit, I’m intrigued by the Shemitah, but I wouldn’t bet my stack on it. And watch how this gets hyped up as we approach September, just as some did with 2012 prophesies. A good dose of hope for the dope keeps him coming back for more.

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