Enormous Paper Silver Trading Volumes ...

By: David Jensen | Wed, Aug 27, 2014
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Interview with Jay Taylor on August 26, 2014 discussing the Enormous paper silver trading volumes on LBMA and physical silver premia.

Jay Taylor Interviews Daved Jensen MP3


Topics:

1. Continued Shanghai Gold Exchange and Shanghai Metal Exchange physical metals premia vs. LBMA/LPPM pricing:

Moscow Exchange metal premia vs London:

London, China and Moscow have VAT taxes on metal purchases (Gold excluded from VAT in Shanghai and London)

2. Silver market of interest:

3. Trading on the LBMA - 85% of global daily gold volume on LBMA

4. Physical exchanges:

5. Global Reserve Currencies

6. Rising rates - impact on gold

 


 

Author: David Jensen

David B. Jensen, P.Eng., LL.B., MBA
Vancouver, BC
Canada

David Jensen

David Jensen, P.Eng., LL.B., MBA, is a Professional Engineer with a degree in Engineering from the University of Waterloo in Canada (1987). He worked through 1993 on the F-5 Fighter Overhaul program and the Bombardier Regional Jet programs. Mr. Jensen then graduated with a LL.B. degree in corporate and commercial law from the University of Calgary (1997) and an MBA from Univ. of B.C., majoring in Logistics and Supply Chain Management (1999). Returning first to aviation then, after reading Austrian School Economics, Mr. Jensen transitioned to the mining industry from the aerospace industry in 2004 first through his mining industry consultancy, then as Vice President of Corporate Development for Western Copper Corp., and most recently as President and COO of Skyline Gold. Mr. Jensen currently serves as President and COO of a private mining company and provides strategic, operational, risk assessment, and precious metals consulting services through his consultancy, Jensen Strategic.

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