Clint Siegner

Clint Siegnerbullion.directory author Clint Siegner

Clint Siegner is a Director at Money Metals Exchange, a precious metals dealer recently named “Best in the USA” by an independent global ratings group.

A graduate of Linfield College in Oregon, Siegner puts his experience in business management along with his passion for personal liberty, limited government, and honest money into the development of Money Metals’ brand and reach. This includes writing extensively on the bullion markets and their intersection with policy and world affairs.

US Social Unrest Rises as Confidence Falls

US Social Unrest Rises as Confidence Falls

Protests egged on by the legacy media quickly devolved into large-scale riots and looting over the weekend in more than a dozen U.S. cities. Some important institutions have betrayed the public trust, and Americans facing quarantine and staggering unemployment have arrived at the boiling point.

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‘Rare’ Coin Scammers Target Panicked New Investors

'Rare' Coin Scammers Target Panicked New Investors

Unfortunately, shady coin dealers are out in force, trying to capitalize on our current financial situation. We can see it in the proliferation of these dealers advertising on TV and radio with their celebrity spokesmen…

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Silver Is Ridiculously Cheap Relative to Gold

Silver Is Ridiculously Cheap Relative to Gold

Today the number of ounces of silver it takes to buy one ounce of gold is at 113 – very close to those highs – and metals investors are wondering whether or not opportunity is knocking.

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Markets Completely Decouple From Reality

Markets Completely Decouple From Reality

Nobody in Washington even wants to know exactly where the Fed’s trillions go anymore. The rest of us, however, can make a pretty good guess just by watching CNBC.

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All is Not Well in the Paper Gold Markets

All is Not Well in the Paper Gold Markets

As cracks appear in the COMEX story, it is starting to look like a lot of speculators who hold paper gold and hope to redeem that for actual bars could be disappointed.

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Physical Demand Wreaks Havoc on Futures Exchanges

Physical Demand Wreaks Havoc on Futures Exchanges

It appears that while bars may exist in the U.S., too few are categorized as “registered” and therefore can’t be released for purposes of making delivery. Prices may have to go higher before the owners are willing to part with actual physical bars.

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Physical Bullion Demand Strips Dealer Shelves

Physical Bullion Demand Strips Dealer Shelves

The disconnect between paper prices for precious metals and demand in the bullion markets has never been clearer as nervous investors are frantically buying coins, rounds, and bars.

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Coronavirus: Don’t Gamble – Just Prepare

Coronavirus: Don't Gamble - Just Prepare

Stocks have long been priced for perfection and suddenly conditions are looking far from perfect. The coronavirus may be the pin which pricks the latest Fed-blown bubble.

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Physical Metals are Safe Havens – Futures Not So Much

Physical Metals are Safe Havens - Futures Not So Much

A futures contract is not an asset with intrinsic value. It is nothing more than a wager on the price of the metal on a particular future date. There is ultimately a winner and a loser for each wager.

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Prosecutors Target JPMorgan in Price Rigging Probe

Prosecutors Target JPMorgan in Price Rigging Probe

The road to full accountability for JPMorgan remains long and full of obstacles. But it is certainly nice to see prosecutors treating the bank without the usual kid gloves.

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Why Palladium is on a Tear

Why Palladium is on a Tear

Physical palladium and rhodium markets are buzzing with reported prices for both metals leaping higher in recent days. The story behind palladium’s move is that a physical shortage has developed in London…

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Former Fed Head Says Government Can Borrow a LOT More

Former Fed Head Says Government Can Borrow a LOT More

Narayana Kocherlakota, the former President of the Federal Reserve bank of Minneapolis wants you to know the Federal Government can never borrow too much money. How? By taxing the very people it owes the money to…

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Fight the Fed (and the Crooked Banks)

Fight the Fed (and the Crooked Banks)

Market forecaster Martin Zweig famously warned investors against underestimating the power of the Federal Reserve Bank to control markets. He coined the phrase “Don’t fight the Fed” back in the 80’s. Precious metals investors are wondering if this is still good advice.

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Bullion Banks Used Paper Metals to Restrain Price Advance

Bullion Banks Used Paper Metals to Restrain Price Advance

The bankers and government officials behind these fiat currency systems don’t like stable monetary benchmarks such as gold putting their inflation schemes on full display. They absolutely hate that gold works as a refuge.

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Is 2020 Time for Gold and Silver to Shine?

Is 2020 Time for Gold and Silver to Shine?

As the Fed Reinflates Bubbles, Will Gold and Silver Shine? Bullion.Directory precious metals analysis 30 December, 2019 By Clint Siegner Director of Money Metals Exchange Gold bugs are arriving at […]

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Why Nobody Talks About Ballooning Federal Deficits

Why Nobody Talks About Ballooning Federal Deficits

Plenty about the year ahead is unpredictable – but massive federal budget deficits and unrestrained borrowing are a certainty.

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Cracks in the Bullion Banks’ Price Management System

Cracks in the Bullion Banks’ Price Management System

Cracks Spread in the Bullion Banks’ Price Management System Bullion.Directory precious metals analysis 18 November, 2019 By Clint Siegner Director of Money Metals Exchange Department of Justice prosecutors charged a […]

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Why Nobody Chants “End the Fed” Anymore

Why Nobody Chants “End the Fed” Anymore

The wealth transfer from Main Street to Wall Street looks set to continue unchallenged. When the next bubble pops, Americans may again remember why a central bank which responds to every problem by printing vast sums and handing it to other bankers is a terrible idea.

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Gold “Just Sits There”

Gold “Just Sits There”

Gold, which “just sits there” retaining value over time, looks even more compelling if the alternative is holding cash which is guaranteed to depreciate.

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Powell Denies Fed Using Financial Crisis Tools

Powell Denies Fed Using Financial Crisis Tools

Telling obvious lies with a straight face is part of Powell’s job description. He hopes to maintain order even though anyone who is paying attention knows something extraordinary is going on.

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Will Cheated Investors Be Paid Damages?

Will Cheated Investors Be Paid Damages?

Gold and silver investors have been watching the Department of Justice investigation of criminal price rigging at JPMorgan Chase and other bullion banks carefully…

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Banksters Finally Hit with Racketeering Charges

Banksters Finally Hit with Racketeering Charges

JPMorgan Chase and other bullion banks spent most of a decade screwing clients and investors who were naive enough to expect a fair shake in the precious metals futures markets. It was a solid racket.

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Investing in Metals? You Need This

Investing in Metals?  You Need This

The bullion business is competitive, and buyers can easily evaluate dealer ask prices. In this internet age, people are more inclined and able to evaluate pricing than ever. It’s easy to compare one merchant’s offer with another.

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The Case for Gold Gets Stronger As Negative Interest Spreads

The Case for Gold Gets Stronger As Negative Interest Spreads

Frank Holmes, CEO of US Global Investors, recently noted that a whopping 25% of all bonds sold globally now carry a negative yield. “Investors” are even buying some “junk” rated bonds which will repay the bearer less than purchase price upon maturity.

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Ohio Metals Investors Paying For Past Mistakes

Ohio Metals Investors Paying For Past Mistakes

It’s bad enough when bait-and-switch “rare” coin dealers stick it to naive customers. But when one of those shady peddlers got involved with politicians in the state of Ohio more than 15 years ago, it was a major statewide scandal. And the fallout continues today…

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Fed Debt Ceiling Reached as Spending Rages

Fed Debt Ceiling Reached as Spending Rages

Federal Debt Ceiling Reached as Federal Spending Rages Bullion.Directory precious metals analysis 15 July, 2019 By Clint Siegner Director of Money Metals Exchange The federal government will soon run up […]

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Bullion Bank Manipulation Puts Taxpayers at Risk

Bullion Bank Manipulation Puts Taxpayers at Risk

Tax Payers at Serious Risk from Bullion Banks’ Manipulation Schemes Bullion.Directory precious metals analysis 08 July, 2019 By Clint Siegner Director of Money Metals Exchange Gold and silver bugs are […]

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New U.S. Sanctions Spark Blowback

New U.S. Sanctions Spark Blowback

New U.S. Sanctions Spark Blowback against Federal Reserve Note Dollar System Bullion.Directory precious metals analysis 20 May, 2019 By Clint Siegner Director of Money Metals Exchange U.S. leaders are demanding […]

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Clint Siegnerbullion.directory author Clint Siegner

Clint Siegner is a Director at Money Metals Exchange, a precious metals dealer recently named “Best in the USA” by an independent global ratings group.

A graduate of Linfield College in Oregon, Siegner puts his experience in business management along with his passion for personal liberty, limited government, and honest money into the development of Money Metals’ brand and reach. This includes writing extensively on the bullion markets and their intersection with policy and world affairs.

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