This might be of interest to you - someone else who would like to see a final capitilation:
During a period of polarizing precious metals and industrial commodity pricing, Rick Rule, Chairman of Sprott U.S. Holdings was kind enough to share a few comments—opining on global counterparty risk, resource capital markets, capitulation, and more.
When I asked for his expectation of a final capitulation sell-off in resource markets, Rick noted that, “We came close last October.
This year has started brightly with gold, silver and the miners all posting sharp gains. This sudden move upwards brings with it much jubilation with many believing that the illusive bottom is now in and therefore behind us. One day they will be correct with this synopsis and the precious metals sector will take off generating huge profits for its participants.
Today billionaire Eric Sprott spoke with King World News about the greatest danger in world markets today. This came directly on the heels of the Canadian billionaire issuing one of the most dire predictions of 2015.
Eric Sprott address the greatest danger in world markets today — the fact that they are all rigged by the invisible hand:
The gold price suffered another down day on Tuesday as large investors reduce long positions built up in the market in the run up to the metal's January 22 high of just under $1,308 an ounce.
Today one of the greats in the business told King World News that a historic revolt against corrupt Western banksters is now underway. He also cautioned that a "ticking time-bomb"
Barclays sees headwinds overpowering gold’s recent rally.
Barclays poured cold water on gold’s recent rally arguing the yellow metal would revert back to decline later this year.
In a recent report, Barclays acknowledged a surge in safe haven gold buying in the past few weeks along with strong Chinese demand, saying it expected such factors to buoy gold in the very short term.
But the rally would ultimatly fizzle,