Giuliani’s Legal Team Dropping Bombs
Giuliani’s Legal Team Dropping Bombs by J. Johnson for JSMineset
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After the bombs were dropped during the Giuliani press conference regarding multiple levels of voter frauds, Gold has reversed with the trade at $1,869.80, up $2.90 after hitting $1,874 during the London trade with the low at $1,864.70. Silver is up 13.6 cents with the trade at $24.30 after hitting a high of $24.425 with the low at $24.075. The US Dollar Index, which is a bunch of other currencies used to support our Dollar so China, as well as others, can peg itself at a lower mark, is now pegged at 92.30, up 1.6 points after it hit a high of 92.40 with the low at 92.185. Of course, all this happened way before the Sun came up over the west coast, before the London close, and after Argentina’s socialist regime, turned on the rich, because they already stole all they could from the poor, by approving a “confiscatory” wealth tax on millionaires.
Gold under the Venezuelan Bolivar is now trading at 18,674.63, proving a gain of 19.98 overnight with Silver also gaining 1.548 Bolivar with its last trade at 242.696. Argentina’s A-Peso price for Gold, wound-up leading the reversals yesterday and is continuing to trek higher with the markets adding another 485.77 A-Peso’s with the last buy at 150,082.84 with Silver finally responding to Gold’s turn with its trade adding 16.86 A-Peso’s with the last price at 1,950.66. Turkey’s currency added 81.22 to Gold’s price with the last trade registered at 14,228.48 T-Lira, with Silver’s last price at 184.967, proving an additional 2.122 T-Lira was added to the price.
November Silver’s Delivery Demands now sit at 118 fully paid for contracts waiting for receipts, and once again, with no Volume or Price to post so far today. Yesterday’s activity had nothing to add (No Trades and No Volume) with the Comex Closing price Calculated at $24.033, down 40 cents, that helped reduce the Demand count as 19 buyers, finally got their receipts, maybe. Silver’s Overall Open Interest (as of right now, not the Comex closing numbers) is at 160,308, proving 334 more pieces of paper had to be added into the mix since yesterday morning’s write-up.
November Gold’s Delivery Demands now sit at 99 fully paid for contracts waiting for receipts, and with no Price or Volume, so far today. Yesterday’s full Ice/Comex trading day had a Volume of 58 up on the board with a trading range between $1,865.80 and $1,856 with the last swap at $1,859.30 with that CCC at $1,861.10, down $12.40 helping to reduce the waiting list by 38 contracts that possibly got receipts between here and London. Gold’s controllers had to add another batch of paper to keep the markets liquid with the Overall Open Interest now at 554,715 Overnighters proving a Liquid Paper increase of 2,504 to go against the physicals.