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Exposed: Massive cover-up in the gold markets


The gold price manipulation scheme will go down as the biggest financial market scandal in U.S. history.

— Bill Murphy, Chairman of the Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee

Dear Reader,

Brad Hoppmann

Before reading the contents of this message please understand this: The information I’m about to reveal to you may not only put my career in danger, but my life.

Within the next few minutes I’m going to expose a massive market cover-up stretching across the entire globe, up to the highest branches of the U.S. Government, and through the major investment banks that run our country.

The last person who tried to blow the whistle on this scandal was nearly assassinated when he went to the authorities.

In fact, we tried contacting a number of industry watchers and not one person would go on record about this ... even some of the very people who have leveled accusations in the past.

Was it out of fear of who may come after them? I don’t know ...

But what I do know is I’m the only one going mainstream with this story right now.

So click here for the full details on this massive cover-up and learn why it could be the investment opportunity of the decade.

I’m willing to take this risk because what I discovered calls into question the very nature of our supposedly free markets — a secret plot to illegally manipulate and control the price of gold.

I believe over the past six years, a corrupt alliance of the world’s most powerful financial institutions used something called “crash injections” to destroy and suppress the price of gold, costing investors a fortune.

That’s right, if you invested in gold over the past six years you in fact DID make the right investment ... unfortunately you were putting your money into a rigged system.

I think we can both agree there’s simply been no logical reason for gold to have fallen over the past few years.

Gold should have easily hit $5,000 an ounce and investors like you should have made a lot of money.

And now you have your answer — all this time gold’s been under the strings of corrupt puppet masters who have illegally manipulated the precious metal.

I’m certain this will go down as the biggest market scandal in history.

But the real reason I’ve decided to take this massive risk and release my investigative presentation is because a development is now taking place that is going to put an end to this illegal plot, freeing gold from any more manipulation, and sending precious metals prices to the moon.

Click here to discover how this gold cover up is coming to a climatic end.

And here’s what’s most important to know right now — if the conspirators would have just let the price of gold rise like it should have over the past six years, we would have seen a steady climb to $5,000 an ounce.

But now, we’re going to see gold act in a completely different and explosive way — like the breaking of a massive dam when all the water comes gushing out at once.

I believe we could see a move to $5,000 an ounce within the next year, and then $7,000, even $10,000 not far after ... especially once the rest of the world understands just how desperate bankers have been to keep prices down!

That means you need to be prepared to take full advantage of this ensuing gold rush by taking some simple steps today that could pay off exponentially.

And in my presentation I’m going to reveal every single move you need to make in order to set yourself up for the most success possible.

I truly believe this could be the biggest move in gold we see in the next 100 years and all you need to do is watch my free presentation to be one of the very first investors.

Simply click this link for all the details.

All the best,

Brad Hoppmann
Publisher, Uncommon Wisdom Daily

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