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    Default JPM Silver Rigging Case Back in Court

    Do they really rig the markets ???? They would never do something like that.....





    Appeals Court Overturns Dismissal in JP Morgan Silver Rigging Case
    US Appeals Court overturns Dismissal in Silver Rigging Case against JPMorgan
    The Appeals court rejected Judge Engelmeyer’s claim that the plaintiffs did not prove JPMorgan made “uneconomic bids” in the silver forward’s markets.
    New Discovery May Win the Case against JPMorgan




    https://www.marketslant.com/articles...ase-overturned

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    DDDoHHHHHHH

    All that "insurance coverage", know what I mean?, for nothing

    LOL

    but what is this?
    trumps admin is full of bankers/investors
    this can't be happening

    Ding Dong The Witch Is Dead
    The Mean Old Witch

    The Wicked Witch

    And now, back to the news
    JPM finds itself back in trouble again
    under suspicion of market rigging

    Gene, Back To You...
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    Of course they (and Barclays, and Deutsche Bank, and UBS, and Goldman Sachs, and probably many others) rigged the silver market. Andrew Maguire had email proof of that back in 2010.

    The purpose of the litigation is to tie things up until there is no longer any need for the rigging. Once the dollar is ready to fail, then there's no further need to suppress precious metals as currency competition, and then the suppressors can be outed at the proper time to restore faith during the paradigm shift. Although those are only the primary dealers. I doubt any backlash will get back to Basel.
    Last edited by Westwood; 02-08-2017 at 10:18 PM.
    Trading fiat currency for precious metals is not an investment. Rather, this amounts to disinvestment from currency mandated for tax purposes. Gold and silver are money. Currency is merely a medium of exchange.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Westwood View Post
    Of course they (and Barclays, and Deutsche Bank, and UBS, and Goldman Sachs, and probably many others) rigged the silver market. Andrew Maguire had email proof of that back in 2010.

    The purpose of the litigation is to tie things up until there is no longer any need for the rigging. Once the dollar is ready to fail, then there's no further need to suppress precious metals as currency competition, and then the suppressors can be outed at the proper time to restore faith during the paradigm shift.
    litigation and worse obstruction is the tool of losers... imo..Question it if ya must, but good luck comrades..!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Westwood View Post
    Of course they (and Barclays, and Deutsche Bank, and UBS, and Goldman Sachs, and probably many others) rigged the silver market. Andrew Maguire had email proof of that back in 2010.

    The purpose of the litigation is to tie things up until there is no longer any need for the rigging. Once the dollar is ready to fail, then there's no further need to suppress precious metals as currency competition, and then the suppressors can be outed at the proper time to restore faith during the paradigm shift. Although those are only the primary dealers. I doubt any backlash will get back to Basel.
    What if the litigation is successful and we get something like a "down-sizing" of JPM, they're forced to liquidate some of their assets, fines, jail time for execs?

    There aren't going to be any buses running nor any broken windows out in the streets for this one I don't suspect
    That would be a tough sell to the ignorant as they hate "wall street"

    What if this works?

    IMHO, it would be great.
    Part of the US's and the worlds future rests on laws and the enforcement of those laws, otherwise, we're all just lawless...tell that to a cop
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