Dark Pools & Precious Metals Suppression
As if the cartel meets in secret to sketch out daily actions for the suppression of gold and silver. That’s how it is oft envisaged by theorists regarding the precious metals bull market. But, the price action is determined well-before any cartel meets to discuss, for, as the once manmade markets surrender to the robot economy, the so-called bots act quicker, leaner and meaner than any man-led cartel could. As the dark economy trades with more volume than ever, the vast complexity of the global economy is no longer managed and determined by human shouters, but, instead by extremely sensitive robots who can sense when a market is turning before the market even seems to. Is silver breaking out of its range? Sell, the robots can determine quicker and more decidedly than could any human. And then the layer’s arise. And robots predicting robots encourages increasing volatility and unpredictable medium-term trends.
In other words, the suppression is buried deep inside the algorithmic plumbing of the precious metals markets. The process to suppress is a gray one. It’s like a day in court: no sense of decency – what’s right, what’s wrong – can change the machinations. Whereas in court obedience to law is above all else, in the precious metals markets obedience to paper profit is above all else, even if that means distorting reality. Any investigations of any banks will only lead to more questions, for the answers can only be found in the dark pools of High Frequency Trading algos. Secured by state-of-the-art technology, the precious metals suppression algos are tucked away deep within the plumbing of supercomputers which are sensitive to slightest tickle in the precious metals markets. These dark pools are not open to the public.
Beware the dark pool in the guts of our financial system, for in its icy, black canyons sinister creatures gain themselves. It is best to disturb them, but beware.