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Re: Jamie Dimon's Casino

Post by Wade Hampton III » Wed Mar 25, 2020 1:57 am

Jamie Dimon - Crypto Jew.....?
Is Jamie Dimon Jewish? Jamie Dimon is not Jewish. The JPMorgan Chase
CEO is married to a Jewish woman, but Dimon did not convert to Judaism
before their wedding or during their marriage. Dimon is married to
Judith Kent; they have three children: Julia, Laura, and Kara Leigh.
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Re: Jamie Dimon's Casino

Post by Wade Hampton III » Wed Mar 25, 2020 9:54 pm

Jamie's JPMorgan is now sitting on close to one billion
ounces silver bullion. That is BULLION...not PAPER! The greatest
robbery in history is going on right now! How Jamie did it:
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Re: Jamie Dimon's Casino

Post by Wade Hampton III » Sun Mar 29, 2020 1:23 pm

Miners! Stop Supplying COMEX!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mmOkpRYjIc8

The big banks, including the Federal Reserve and JPMorgan, don’t have
the best interest of investors in mind, says First Majestic Silver’s
CEO Keith Neumeyer. How they manipulate and control precious metals
prices via the COMEX is a blatant example of this. Keith says now is
the time for the miners to stop supplying the COMEX.

In this interview, Keith comments regarding recent precious metals price
action and what this recent stock market crash historically resembles.
He addresses whether one can successfully trade such a volatile and
unpredictable market such as what we are seeing. Furthermore, Keith
addresses some investor questions about First Majestic Silver and how
the company plans to grow. Keith also discusses why he likes and is
a key investor in Silver One Resources.

0:15 Introduction
1:50 Commentary on recent precious metals price action
5:13 Can one successfully trade this current market?
7:05 Gold/Silver ratio commentary
9:41 Historical comparison to recent stock market crash
11:57 How long will this crisis affect the markets?
13:51 First Majestic’s AISC relative to silver spot price?
16:40 Does First Majestic’s debt affect share price?
19:19 Silver reserves relative to First Majestic’s market cap?
21:31 How will First Majestic continue to grow?
23:23 Type of project First Majestic would acquire
25:54 Why Keith likes Silver One Resources

John Weaver posted....

The spooky thing here is watching how the price of physical gold and
silver has decoupled from the spot/paper price. If you go to any of
the big metals dealers, you will find “out of stock “ next to nearly
all products. If you go on e-Bay right now you can still find some gold
and silver, but the premium is insane. 100%+ on silver and a solid 10%+
on gold. Looks to me like - in at least - silver - the price has doubled.
In gold, it’s well on its way. I guess the party couldn’t last forever.
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Re: Jamie Dimon's Casino

Post by Wade Hampton III » Sun Apr 05, 2020 1:52 am

The collapse in gold and silver prices last
month - along with the shares of mining companies
- brought losses of hundreds of billions to existing
holders as the value of all the gold in the world
dropped by more than $800 billion. Investors in
precious metals took it on the chin. The main reason
for the precious metals collapse was that the big
commercials [JPMorgan] rigged prices lower so that
they could buy and exit their short positions.

(Ted continues) ...I have been monitoring the financial
scorecard of the seven big COMEX commercial shorts in
gold and silver futures. As of March 13th, their open
and unrealized losses grew to $7.2 billion - by far, the
most in history. The plunge in prices last month reduced
those losses by $5 billion, and now stand at $2.2 billion -
a reduction of 70%! You can believe these traders (along
with JPMorgan) just got lucky, or that they played an active
role in causing the hundreds of billions of dollars lost
by those holding metals and mining shares. That is the
problem with manipulation - the many suffer at the hands
of the few:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_cont ... =emb_title

The CFTC and Justice Department should be ashamed of
themselves for allowing last month's easy-to-prove
manipulation of gold and silver prices. For crying
out loud...there is supposedly an active, full-blown
investigation into precious metals manipulation centered
on (Jamie's) JPMorgan, and the crooks on the COMEX pull
off perhaps...the most blatant manipulation ever! How
is it possible for the CFTC and DOJ to be more inept?
Shame on them....(!)

All along I have insisted that in the event of a massive
selloff, it would be the last such selloff and there
would be no aggressive short selling on the next rally.
The big shorts will likely not put their head into the
lion's mouth again. In the meantime, silver is at an
unbelievable bargain price and it is hard for me to imagine
how prices will not be substantially higher in a short
time...
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Wade says...

My own interpretation of modern history still leaves no
doubt that the biggest financial heist of all time remains
with the FDR gold heist of 1933....I am sure readers of
this forum are familiar with Executive Order 6102!
However, there should be no doubt...Jamie is running a
close second-place!
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Re: Jamie Dimon's Casino

Post by Wade Hampton III » Wed Apr 29, 2020 4:03 pm

JPMorgan's Trillion Dollar Gambit
Theodore Butler, author.

The single most significant feature in gold and silver market is the market master and dominator, JPMorgan. I understand that some reject how I evaluate the role of JPMorgan in determining prices, but I believe the only thing that matters in these markets is JPM. It has now been more than 11 years that I have had a laser focus on the bank ever since discovering it had inherited the role of big COMEX short seller upon acquiring Bear Stearns in 2008. Over that time, I’ve been able to ascertain that (Jamie Dimon's) JPMorgan has never taken a loss when trading COMEX gold and silver futures. Most importantly, in 2011 they began to accumulate the world’s largest stockpile of physical gold and silver, in amounts I now estimate to being at least 25 million ounces of gold and an even billion ounces of silver. Most remarkable of all, JPMorgan accumulated this physical metal at the bargain prices it created by being the largest short seller in COMEX gold and silver futures and driving down the price. They did so while under active investigation for much of the time by the federal regulator, the CFTC, and later joined by the U.S. Department of Justice.

I fully understand how anyone learning of my findings for the first time would reject them in disbelief, but regular readers have witnessed me cataloguing my findings twice a week for more than ten years. They know I have relied on public data to support my allegations. Recently JPMorgan pulled out all the stops to have, hopefully, finally completed its master plan. I am completely in awe of what I believe JPMorgan was able to accomplish, while openly acknowledging that the bank is a stone cold market criminal. In a nutshell, JPMorgan has been able to eliminate completely its COMEX short positions in both silver and gold and may in fact be slightly net long in both markets. To be sure, there have been times in the past when JPMorgan has held no short positions in COMEX silver and gold futures and for quite some years, the bank has been net long when one considers its large and growing physical gold and silver holdings (despite short holdings in futures). But never has JPMorgan been as truly net long in both gold and silver as it is now. The potential for a dramatic price rise in silver and gold has never been better. The greatest winner in such a price explosion will, of course, be JPMorgan.
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Re: Jamie Dimon's Casino

Post by Wade Hampton III » Thu May 14, 2020 11:11 pm

Comex shorts still treading on thin ice! Sociopath
Jamie Dimon exposed.....or...the Jamie Dimon daisy-
chain Comex silver shorts are left holding the bag!
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"Godisknocking" 1 day ago posted...

Reality check will be with hyperinflation when your
cup of coffee at Starbucks costs $70. And your making
$130 a day at your job. This scenario is going on in
Japan today. Except in Japan these Asians' income has
been adjusted. I just can't see McDonald's paying
their employees $100 per hour to offset the going
prices. However eventually the currency goes the
way of Zimbabwe (formerly White Rhodesia). I recently
bought $5 million Zimbabwe dollars on E bay for $5 US.
This can happen to the US dollar. Eventually all non-
backed currency will fail. It's just a matter of time.

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Re: Jamie Dimon's Casino

Post by Wade Hampton III » Mon Jul 13, 2020 6:49 pm

Jamie Dimon Manipulates Investors To Hand Over Their Silver!
Commentary on how it is done....
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Most investors seeking silver exposure prefer the paper over
the pure, the likeness over the legitimate, the pseudo over
the “sound,” ultimately...the fake over the physical. Case in
point: SLV, the iShares Silver Trust ETF, currently the largest
silver ETF on the market.

The trust holds a whopping 325 Million ounces of physical silver,
an amount large enough for many investors to call it silver’s
“death star,” considering its open-ended setup for large-investor
price manipulation. Fortunately, SLV’s setup requires the trust
to deposit the physical metal in accordance to the shares bought
and created by investors. The remote risk, of course, is that
the collective buying power of the world’s largest investors can
easily dwarf the actual amount of physical silver available on
the global market. Given this requirement, you can see how SLV
transactions can drive the physical market. For instance, SLV
played a significant role in silver’s price skyrocketing in 2011
as demand for the ETF drove the trust’s physical holdings from
zero (five years prior) to 360 Million ounces by April 2011.
More recently, in the last days of December 2018, there was a
huge surge in SLV buying, yet no silver deposits were forthcoming,
leading analysts to speculate that a large short on SLV was forthcoming.
And indeed, that’s what happened.

Against the backdrop of real supply and demand (and the fact that
there is less physical silver supply in the world due to decreased
silver mining and production), the “real” price of silver is not
what you see in the spot market. SIlver prices are being manipulated
and obscured. The biggest manipulator of all being, of course, is
Jamie Dimon's JPMorgan. This is an old premise, a narrative so oft
repeated in both truth and suspicion that it has almost evolved
into something of an “urban myth” among precious metals investors.
But this near-myth is not without evidence, as it’s now subject to
a Department of Justice (DOJ) investigation. On November 6, 2018, a
JPMorgan trader pled guilty to manipulating gold and silver prices.
During the Justice Department’s announcement, they made it clear that
the current JPMorgan investigation is ongoing. The question looms
if the DOJ is investigating how JPMorgan has been pressuring silver
prices downward since they took over Bear Stearns’ short positions
in 2008, or whether the DOJ is more interested in short-term manipulations,
say, “spoofing” and other minor violations of the sort. According to
reports, JPMorgan has always been net short silver via COMEX futures.
Their risk-free manipulation scheme consists of two parts:

Laying down massive shorts on COMEX silver futures to bring prices
down; and accumulating physical silver at discount prices.

Not only does this price obfuscation deceive investors as to the true
fundamentals of the silver market, it also allows JPMorgan to continue
buying physical silver on the cheap as investors--particularly SLV or
other ETF holders--dump their shares (causing the ETF trusts to dump
their physical holdings...into JPMorgan’s hands). It’s a genius albeit
a criminal strategy and its mechanisms are as brilliant as its ethics
are questionable, nefarious, and dark as the character of Jamie Dimon
himself. When silver prices plunge, it turns out that 99% of the time
JPMorgan is holding the largest single short position.

Last June, JPMorgan shorted 40,000 silver contracts. Aside from holding
the largest short position in the market, JPMorgan was the only commercial
short at the time. With such immense downward pressure on the market -
quite naturally - silver plunged. Then in September, with prices at a low,
JPMorgan closed their short position. Based on what is known of their
strategy, September would have been the perfect time for JPMorgan to
scoop up the physical metal. In October, JPMorgan then re-shorted silver
with 15,000 new contracts. But a month later, the DOJ announced JPMorgan’s
guilty plea on market manipulation. JPMorgan quickly bought back 15,000
contracts they had just shorted.

In an efficient market, you can rely on prices to reflect real supply
and demand conditions, the “true” fundamentals of a market. This is
not the case with silver. If you base your silver investment decisions
on market sentiment and price rather than fundamentals, you can easily
be misled to by the price manipulations of big institutional players,
namely JPMorgan. If JPMorgan ceases (or is forced to cease) its
manipulative practices, then silver prices will fly much higher to
reflect its true valuations. More importantly, it’s important to bear
in mind why JPMorgan is so heavily short silver. It’s likely they are
using the COMEX to depress silver prices in order to accumulate the
physical metal. Silver is sound money. Jamie Dimon knows this - hence -
his strategy. Yet he also knows that it takes only a little volatility
and price suppression to convince less-sound investors to give up their
silver so that it can fall into his hot little hands!
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Re: Jamie Dimon's Casino

Post by Wade Hampton III » Mon Jul 20, 2020 1:21 am

Jamie Dimon's JPMorgan moves hundreds of tons
of silver bars! DOJ whines...does NOTHING!
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Re: Jamie Dimon's Casino

Post by Wade Hampton III » Tue Jul 21, 2020 12:01 am

JPMorgan CEO gets all the money in the ‘most corrupt
scheme ever,’ amid 'Covid-19 misery' – RT’s Keiser
Report.....
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The USofA biggest bank - JPMorgan Chase - together
with other lenders, managed to take a big slice
of the 'corona-virus relief program' pie through fees,
while reporting record quarterly profits. Max Keiser
and Stacy Herbert discuss how the banks managed to get
such a large cut of the funds, having made a fortune
in the last financial crisis after the government
bailed them out. Keiser, a former Wall Street
stockbroker, notes that professional banks enjoy
almost zero risks by using hedging strategies but -
at the end of the day - get bailouts sponsored by
the “losers in retail trading.”

https://www.rt.com/business/495174-us-b ... pt-scheme/

“That’s where the capital comes from in America...
it comes from the losers,” the host says, comparing
the US economy to a casino [hence the name of this
thread...'Jamie Dimon's Casino!'].

“During this depression, the government prints a lot
of money and gives it to [JPMorgan CEO] Jamie Dimon,
and then he buys expensive toys with it,” Max adds,
noting that the funds can even be spent on buying
the company’s own stocks. “So, people in America
look at that and say, ‘Wait a minute – this is the
most corrupt scheme I’ve seen, ever!’”

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Re: Jamie Dimon's Casino

Post by Wade Hampton III » Fri Jul 24, 2020 4:57 pm

Stop buying silver right now! Another Jamie
Dimon silver smack-down coming! Jamie can
get away with it because he is absolutely
convinced he is "too big to fail."
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