Rigged HFT-Driven Paper Trading Drives Gold Lower Today

by David Kranzler
Investment Research Dynamics

I want to preface this commentary with the “proviso” that I have no idea how violent to the downside this attack on the precious metals will get. No one does. It could end today; it could end at the 50 dma (approx $1,248 on the front-month paper gold instrument traded on the Comex); it could go all the way down to the 200 dma. Even the banks who are driving this activity have no way of knowing.

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