It should now be obvious to even the most clueless that the central banks, led by the Fed, are constraining PMs within a trading range. This gives the appearance that to take pricing lower than $1300/oz is not to their benefit.
As far as the flood of posts by "insect_insight" (removed by Yahoo), which leads to the following conclusion, as previously posted. This was not one person, but a consortium, probably put in place by central bank interests. Note the usage of plurals (intellectual superiors) within "insect_insight" posts that supported that conclusion. Click on any "insect_insight" screen name that still remains for a complete list of posts and topics. Only the summaries remain but are fast disappearing.
Note also that there were hundreds of posts under the screen name "insect_insight", that appeared minutes apart with nearly identical content on numerous websites. That is physically impossible. It required some highly critical posts directed at Yahoo as open messages as having interest conflicts related to a "pay for play" (known as the illegal practice of "payola") scheme that appeared so that all of "insect_insight" posts have been deleted. So the fact that total deletion of messages from this source has taken place points out a better strategy of ridding Yahoo message boards of unwanted screen names by others.
Note the effectiveness of the criticism which did not require a direct complaint to Yahoo TOS management (nearly always useless because of the unpublished nature of the complaint). Any similar suspicions about other "bankster consortiums" habitating Yahoo message boards could face a similar fate by sullying Yahoo's image of providing message boards that