“Bullion banks are going to have to stop using this tool to short the markets because of Basel 3.”— Tim Murphy, Scottsdale Bullion & Coin Precious Metals Advisor
The Silver Squeeze was fun, but Basel 3 is no joke. Because this regulation maybe be about to cripple the big bullion banks’ ability to manipulate the silver market.
How? By taking away the tool banks use to short the silver market: unallocated bullion. Banks rely on this inventory of physical precious metals to back their paper contracts—Over And Over Again—but come June 28…
…Poof. No more reserves of unallocated bullion. No more silver market manipulation. You could finally see REAL GOLD AND SILVER PRICES.
👉 Want the full story? Read “Basel 3” now.
PSLV to Push Silver Prices Even Higher
Will Basel 3 mean the end of the paper silver markets? No. Because there is one clean player in this game: the Sprott Physical Silver Trust (PSLV).
Unlike the SLV, the PSLV backs its contracts with physical silver, and not from an inventory of unallocated bullion. The PSLV acquires the physical silver to make good on its contracts, and Eric Sprott is BUYING A LOT OF SILVER to accomplish this.
So much silver, he’s going straight to the refineries. The SAME REFINERIES THAT SUPPLY THE COMEX.
You know what that means, right?
See precious metals advisors Tim Murphy and Joe Elkjer discuss how the one-two punch of Basel 3 and PSLV could trigger a MASSIVE SILVER RALLY 🚀 in the video above. WATCH NOW.