You want to know why gold and silver prices are down?
Former Assistant Treasury Secretary Paul Craig Roberts says, “When gold hit $1,900, the Federal Reserve panicked because they realized with the dollar deteriorating so rapidly, compared to bullion prices, that soon it would also deteriorate its exchange value with other currencies.”
So, Dr. Roberts contends, “The Fed had to cap the price of gold and stop the rise. . . . If bullion (gold and silver) were not a threat, the government would not be attacking it.”
Not only is the Fed debasing the dollar, but the Fed and IMF encourage other countries to do the same thing. So, gold will continue to be acquired, and Dr. Roberts, who holds a PhD in economics, goes on to say, “They can’t forever suppress the gold price because if you look at actual demand for physical possession of the metal, it continues to rise. . . . They are desperately concerned about the dollar.”
See the full interview with Dr. Roberts:
APRIL 11, 2013 BY THE DOC – Silver Doctors