Comex And The Signal, Under The Dollar

Posted at 2:05 AM (CST) by & filed under General Editorial.

Great and Wonderful last Monday of the Year Folks,

      Gold is following Silver’s signal, made on Friday, with the trade at $1,515.20, down $2.90 after dipping to $1,513.50 with the high to beat at $1,519.10. Silver is still signaling (like it will continue to work) with the trade at $17.915, down 2.8 cents after hitting a low of $17.83 with the high at $18.005. The US Dollar is flat to lower with the trade at 96.50, down 4.6 points after dipping to 96.385 with the high at 96.630. All of this was done before 5 am pst, the Comex open, the London close, and after Team Nancy figured the only way to beat any conservative or Trump supporters is by removing their party from the California ballot. Tom Fitton is all over it! I Love Q, Judicial Watch, and Veritas Videos!

       Gold in Venezuela is now being priced at 15,133.06 showing a 3 Bolivar drop in value with Silver at 178.926 proving a loss of only 0.005 of a Bolivar over the weekend. Argentina’s Peso has Gold valued at 90,659.37 showing a loss of 111.40 Peso’s with Silver at 1,073.20 proving a 1.590 A-Peso gain. The Turkish Lira now has Gold valued at 9,015.51 Lira showing a loss of 13.22 with Silver at 106.507 T-Lira’s losing only 0.258.

      December Silver’s Delivery count ended Friday with no additional fanfare for our support side with today being a set up for tomorrows First Notice Day for January Silver. Friday’s ending numbers for Red Silver showed a Volume of 9 with a trading range between $17.92 and $17.93 with the last trade for physical at $17.93 with the Comex adjusted closing price at $17.849 proving our point that the paper is leading the trade when the trade should be leading the papers. January Silver’s Demand Count now sits at 257 contracts and with a Volume of 35 up on the board so far with a trading range between $17.90 and $17.855 with the last trade at the low. Some of these contracts will have to clear out by tonight’s close, that is, “if” they decide not to take delivery.

      Silver’s Overall Open Interest remains ridiculously elevated compared to what has been extracted and traded in physicals with the count now at 225,791 Overnighters showing a reduction of 14 contracts since Friday mornings quote (not the Comex closing numbers). This leaves the shorts only 18,405 pieces of paper away from doing what Gold is doing, telling everyone who owns Gold, that the paper is controlling the roll (for now). Gold’s Overall Open Interest continues to break new territory (but only in the papers) with Friday’s closing numbers at 767,077 Overnighters. One day there will be no more Comex Gold or Silver physicals to take delivery of, leaving only the obligated papers, a criminal element in control, and a regulated market, looking for a reason to remain viable.  

      Tomorrow is a partial day; we don’t expect much to occur today or tomorrow but we would love to be wrong. After all, the DNC still controls the accusations on television but not the evidence in a court room or Senate, and the evidence keeps piling higher and higher as the game of politics reveals itself and from what I’m gathering, people are very pissed off. We strongly suggest to everyone to Stay Calm! Nancy and her friends are doing just fine. They are establishing all the reasons for “their” removal from office, legally. In the meantime, we have Q who is telling us what the media and their political ties are doing against the will of the people. If people think removing the majorities party is acceptable, because their feelings were hurt, they’ve felt nothing yet! So, keep searching for the truth, have a positive attitude in the head no matter what, and as always …

Stay Strong!

J. Johnson

JeremiahJohnson@cableone.net