Since May of 2013 major banks and transnational financial institutions have been preparing for an impending crisis, while pretending and pontificating to the mainstream financial media that the economic situation is improving. As banks continue to drive down the price of gold, by employing massive ‘naked shorts’ of gold futures contracts, they have been buying and taking delivery on as much gold reserves as they can. The high level of gold purchases as been fueling fears among money mangers as confidence in fiat currencies is at an all-time low (FTSE 100 falls 1.6% to five-week low). Recently, banks like HSBC and JP Morgan, and countries such as Germany and China have joined the gold rush, making vast purchases of reserves.
Above is the First Trade Horoscope of the COMEX. The COMEX is the primary market for trading metals such as gold, silver, copper and aluminum. Investment analysts at Seeking Alpha have been monitoring the strange activity on the COMEX, stating:
“keeping track of COMEX inventories is something that is recommended for all serious investors who own physical gold and the gold ETFs (SPDR Gold Shares (GLD), PHYS, and CEF) because any abnormal inventory declines may signify extraordinary events behind the scenes.”
Cardinal Cross and the COMEX Horoscope
The Grand Cardinal Cross planetary alignment of Mars, Jupiter, Uranus, and Pluto at 13º Cardinal signs, will culminate in late April 2014, and make a direct hit on the COMEX’S Sun first trade Horoscope, and will continue to remain within orb until May 1st, overlapping the Solar Eclipse at 8º Taurus on April 29th,
COMEX Blackbox Forecast
The astrological blackbox forecast based on planetary transits to the COMEX first trade horoscope again indicate extreme stress’s on the metal’s market throughout the year.
The COMEX gold inventories will continue to plunge to record lows – with danger of an actual default – as the separation of fraudulent PAPER and real PHYSICAL gold prices continue to expand and accelerate.
“Nothing will unnerve the paper gold shorts more quickly and do more to undercut their confidence than to strip them of the real metal and force them to come up with more hard gold bullion to make good on deliveries. “Stand and Deliver or Go Home” should be the rallying cry of the gold longs to the paper gold shorts.” –Trader Dan Norcini