Get's interesting just before the 3 min mark. I watched her expressions and you could tell she was uncomfortable. I just wish I knew someone who could explain her body language as she made these statements. Hope you enjoy.
In case anyone missed it, watch the full clip of the Blythe Masters video. (link inside the article by Ted Butler. The reason why she gave the interview was because JPM just gifted $5millon to the Center for Commodities at CU Bolder.
I interpret this gifting as JPM's way of telegraphing that they are going long metals (and miners) soon. Education has always been foundational to creating a market, and gifting always makes good PR.
Just my opinion.
I know all about Masters. Her attitude is that if you want to win the up and down movement in silver and gold trading, you will need to be a private client within their hedge fund group. In my post below - JPM - I rather beat them in that way. They treat private clients as to their worth. I have no intentions of investing 2.5 million dollars with them to get the best results. All the big boys including Goldman play best for their richest clients only.
“…All the big boys including Goldman play best for their richest clients only.”
Would it not be more accurate to substitute “manipulate” for “play”?
It should also be said that inside information sees to it that the “richest clients” ALWAYS come out ahead.
And it should be remembered that JPM is originally an English bank associated with Rothschild interests. They arrived in this country carefully covering up that association, which has always been at the forefront of the fiat money scam. Rothschild money was used to promote JPM to prominence in England so that when they arrived here they would be well received.
JPM backing, by the way, was also of great importance in insuring the election of Woodrow Wilson through political propaganda published in papers like “The True American” in Trenton, NJ.
Accuracy in characterization IS important.
To top it all, CNBC has totally gone to the pockets of the rich - Jamie, Warren and the stuff they pulled yesterday as we went off the edge. The general markets are high and one must not take advice from anyone on CNBC. When the inside group knew no QE3, there was a delay. My own private software currency screen lit red against the CAD and AUD and for a strong dollar. I had 45 seconds to either go long on US dollar or sell some PMs. The pit traders got signals from the market markers and hit the switch, as CNBC held back on the QE news release.