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So why not cover up the truth by hiding the “canary in the coal mine” and blasting the price of gold? That’s exactly what happened on Friday morning at 8:00 a.m. EST:
As you can see from the graph the trading in gold during the Asian and early London hours was largely subdued. At 8:00 a.m. the Comex paper gold contract went into its now-familiar cliff-dive formation. Bare in mind that this is probably one of the most quite, low-volume trading periods of the entire week, as Asia and the Middle East are in bed and London’s paper gold market is starting to doze off the weekend. No one single other commodity or market index exhibited any unusual trading patterns or volume when gold was smashed. Even silver, after an initial “sympathy” sell-off, has held up remarkably well. This was an intentional raid on the gold market.
Between 8:00 a.m. and 8:30 a.m., 19,595 contracts were traded, largely dumped into the market. This is many multiples higher than the typical pre-Comex floor open volume. Make no mistake, any seller looking to move, 1.96 million ounces of paper gold – approximately 58 tonnes – would wait for the periods of time when the there’s is a lot more volume in order to mask the amount of paper he needs to sell AND to maximize the sale proceeds.