In the aftermath of a brutal takedown in the gold and silver markets, today whistleblower and London metals trader Andrew Maguire told King World News that the paper gold market traded a jaw-dropping 6,800 tonnes of gold in just one day.

Andrew Maguire:  “Just to illustrate how ludicrous the paper markets have become, during the U.S. election day daily session the total swap of Comex Open Interest constituted a staggering 2,268 tonnes (of paper gold)! This volume does not include the unallocated paper-centric over-the-counter markets, where volume exceeded the Comex by a factor of (more than) 2 times…

Continue reading the Andrew Maguire interview below…


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Andrew Maguire continues:  “Now brace yourself; in total this conservatively places the swap of paper gold positions at a ludicrous 6,800 tonnes.  That’s unprecedented, Eric.  The record daily volume totals more than two years of (annual global gold production or total annual) mine supply…To continue listening to this extraordinary KWN audio interview with whistleblower Andrew Maguire that has now been released, where he discusses the gold and silver smash, at what price the large sovereign wholesale bids are located, and much more, CLICK HERE OR ON THE IMAGE BELOW.

***ALSO JUST RELEASED: Is This Why The Smash In Gold & Silver Is Happening? A Shocking Game-Changer For Gold & Silver Is Now Unfolding… CLICK HERE.

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