(Artwork by Warren James, Screwtape Files 2012)
As a long-time studier of the original Wynter Benton messages, I had some fun reading the '1st WhistleBlower of many' letter, which I looked at only because a link graced my inbox today. The message appears at the same time as 'shocking revelations of fraud' from a former Goldman employee (which even reached the mainstream news here in the antipodes), the timing context presumably lends some 'association credibility', and infers that silver and gold are about to go ballistic.
[ small update 17th March 2012 - apparently the item has been removed from the CFTC site which means the best copy of the original letter is now the Zero Hedge article here, or on silverdoctors blog here. The spread sheet image referenced by Kid Dynamite below, can also be seen here ]
I have no problems with silver and gold going ballistic, but the story stinks. And before anyone calls me a troll, the main takeaway here is to not base your asset purchases on mysterious industry insiders offering 'key' market information - it's a big set up.
One of the troubles with launching a Wynter Benton Clone is that it's difficult to do this in style, particularly when the original Benton story crashed with such spectactular punctuation, only a short time ago. Sadder still that the perpetrator (or at least someone wishing to bolster the story) should write a comment defending the letter.
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Now I'm running back to my desk before Jeanne realises I've escaped from my room !!!