London GOLD VAULTS EMPTY: Price Spike Ahead Ferguson
- uploaded: May 8, 2014
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IN THIS INTERVIEW:- Physically deliverable gold futures contracts are coming Asian markets* 1:10- Manipulation: gold & silver price fluctuation limits will be implemented* 6:30- London gold vaults are empty, gold price spike ahead 8:31- Silver price will follow gold higher. At $19/oz, silver is a "bargain" 16:55- Federal Reserve "taper" and Friday's job numbers* are lies 23:10ABOUT OUR GUEST:Known primarily by his nickname "Turd Ferguson," Craig Hemke is the founder and editor of the popular TF Metals Report blog and podcast (), covering precious metals, the financial markets, and greater economic trends. A graduate of the University of Nebraska with a BS in Economics, Hemke was a licensed securities professional (Series 7) for nearly twenty years and has been an active commodity option trader since 1987. Hemke has been featured on The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Forbes, Market Watch, CNBC, among many other news (It's FREE!) to Reluctant Preppers, "Helping You Be Aware and Prepared" (also FREE!) to "Finance and Liberty" for more interviews and financial insight AND LIBERTY:Website us on Facebook us on Twitter Plus and video graphics by Josiah Johnson Studios sponsor Reluctant Preppers *RESOURCES:- Reuters, "CME Group Inc plans to launch a physically deliverable gold futures contract in Asia" Reuters, "UPDATE 3-CME mulls price fluctuation limits for gold, silver futures" Jobs' Numbers Friday, May 2, 2014: Bureau of Labor Statistics, "Employment Situation Summary" Federal Reserve tapers to $45 billion per month: Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, "Press Release [April 30, 2014]" Phoenix Capital Research, "On Closer Look, the Jobs Report Was In Fact a Disaster" : The financial and political opinions expressed in this interview are those of the guest and not necessarily of "Finance and Liberty" or its staff. Opinions expressed in this video do not constitute personalized investment advice and should not be relied on for making investment decisions.