It was just another day of quiet price suppression in New York yesterday. The precious metals rallied up until the Comex open...or the London p.m. fix...and that was it for the day. This is the same pattern that JPMorgan et al have been using for years now. There are exceptions, of course, but not many. Right now the cap is set at $1,300 in gold...and $20 in silver...and that was apparent again yesterday.
Some will chalk it up to the "summer doldrums"...but the fact of the matter is that if "da boyz" weren't riding shotgun over the precious metal market every minute of the day, the prices that would appear on your computer screen would be many multiples of the prices that are posted there now.