>>55063504If that happens, those who stacked at 1:100 weight ratio will sell their physical gold and buy physical silver. They would quadruple their physical silver stack this way. That demand is literally impossible to supply.
>>54417420See>>54417149>they complain about VAT on silver, when it doesn't even matter because that's the market price, only a retard would take a loss when selling his silver without getting back the VAT.
>>54236326I have a feeling we're raided by /r/silverbugs.
>>53942125They're raising the rates because people have started stacking physical silver, in order to stop everyone from hoarding physical silver and they're willing to go way beyond crashing the economy to achieve that.
>>53491180Lots of weird stuff is happening in /r/wss, they're out in full force to break and divide the physical silver stacking movement.They're probably trying to do an /r/antiwork 2.0 over there.
>>53138172SETF is right though, they could literally inflate the housing and everything bubble continuously for a way longer period of time (decades) until nobody would own nothing. The only thing that is putting a stop to that is people buying up all the physical silver out there.All currency is created when a loan is taken to buy something (a house, a car, etc). When some dumb normie is taking some loan for a house he's giving away 30+ years worth of currency (that needs to be paid back with interest) instantly to someone who might decide to buy up physical silver to drain the comex. Guess how many people out there are needed to do achieve this (hint: it's unbelievable small).They have to put a stop to this, under no circumstance they're allowed to lose the power of the paper currency printer, once it's gone, they might even lose it for at least the next 100 years if silver gains momentum in becoming used for transactions between individuals. Silver is literally money and people who use it as money will show how way better off they are compared to those who don't use it. This idea of using silver will definitely spread and more and more people will start using it as money so they become better off too. This is what they fear the most and SETF shows you why and how that works.
>>50553852SETF is persecuted just like innocent jews.
>>50171192Yeah, I firmly believe they're willing to crash the whole economy just to prevent the comex from going bankrupt.The everything bubble would've continue to go up without any problem if nobody figured out how important physical silver is and how it's tied to the financial system.
>>49903699https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DyV0OfU3-FU&list=PLE88E9ICdiphYjJkeeLL2O09eJoC8r7Dc&index=1Watch this whole playlist, it should answer every question you have.It doesn't directly name them, but it indirectly points to them.
Have you noticed the amount of FUD in /r/wss is off the charts?