Gold – Paul Mylchreest

Featuring Paul Mylchreest

Paul Mylchreest, Analyst at ADM Investor Services International, investigates the inner workings of the gold exchanges, revealing how drastically paper gold has levered gold markets and how quickly the floor can fall out during periods of high redemptive pressure.

Published on
2 June, 2016
Topic
Gold, Derivatives
Duration
22 minutes
Asset class
Commodities
Rating
63

Comments

  • ML

    Michael L.

    30 7 2016 13:09

    1       0

    This guy is right on the screws. Only a matter of time now.

  • RM

    Robert M.

    14 7 2016 15:12

    3       0

    Can we get some analysis on Silver?

  • BL

    Brian L.

    9 6 2016 22:55

    0       1

    It will be very interesting to see if the CB's will revalue gold (Rickards) or go the way of synthetic gold ie block-chain gold or a combination thereof.

  • BC

    Burton C.

    8 6 2016 05:27

    1       0

    This interview shows the trite phrase "Got to be in it to win it" is indeed true. When it comes if you are not in it you won't be able to.

  • CD

    Charles D.

    7 6 2016 16:30

    2       0

    Is there any question that it's time for CB audits....God only knows what we'll find out.

  • JE

    Jag E.

    6 6 2016 16:57

    4       0

    @ Anthony D
    I would be surprised if miners wouldn't be taxed massively, much like oil companies in the past and present. Maybe even nationalised if gold were to play a part in countries trade settlement again.

  • AS

    Andrew S.

    5 6 2016 18:09

    1       0

    Raoul, please tell me you are not still putting off acquiring your physical gold.

  • WM

    Will M.

    5 6 2016 01:56

    4       0

    Great analytics. This is why having a healthy proportion of you savings in the physical and out of the banking system is critical. Thx Paul, keep us informed.

  • GC

    Gary C.

    4 6 2016 18:52

    2       0

    Recent audio report on tetering LBMA market control by Andrew McGuire on King World News confirms this video, and adds depth to understanding the bullion opportunities ahead.

  • DR

    David R.

    4 6 2016 18:27

    2       0

    Thank you for bringing us up to date on a topic that is never discussed in the popular media.

  • AD

    Anthony D.

    4 6 2016 17:53

    3       1

    I am trying to imagine what would happen to the mining stocks if the LBMA closed and then reopened with gold $400 higher

  • g

    george .

    4 6 2016 03:50

    0       0

    mark s , who is to say the house of cards as you call it doesnt hit silver first?

  • DC

    Dave C.

    3 6 2016 21:58

    9       0

    Great content - latest report from Paul is essential companion to this interview - link to report can be found TinyURL.com/hfo3e8z

  • AO

    Aram O.

    3 6 2016 21:07

    6       0

    A question I wanted to ask every time a Gold video plays. Does anyone know what the music is for the Gold theme in RV videos?

  • db

    don b.

    3 6 2016 20:21

    3       0

    Thanks Paul,
    Great interview as usual and very timely as well.
    Don B

  • GR

    Gregory R.

    3 6 2016 18:37

    10       0

    With fractional ownership (1/92) and leveraged credit (100x) the gold price is just a sentiment index capped by bearish naked shorts of what is ultimately the central banks.

  • EB

    ELIZABETH B.

    3 6 2016 15:51

    5       0

    Paul, your report was excellent. Come back to us for more updates.

  • EL

    Elizabeth L.

    3 6 2016 14:36

    7       0

    Paul, thank you for this essential review and information of the gold market. Hope you will provide updates of the situation.

  • MS

    Mark S.

    2 6 2016 23:22

    33       0

    This is why holding physical gold is key. The counter-party risk on paper gold eliminates the main reason for holding it. I'm curious what happens to the gold/silver ratio when the house of cards on paper gold comes crashing down.