I have just seen two operations close without any notice in the last couple of days.  Certainly the world is not out of the woods yet, and another crisis is just around the corner.  A major crisis will emerge in Europe or the United States that will move the price of gold significantly to the upside.

In the meantime, if the bullion banks do not turn the price of gold higher we are going to see gold production plummet.  I'm not sure that's what Western governments want to see at this point.  They (Western central banks) are already supplying gold, along with the ETFs being drained, in order to meet the massive global demand for gold.  The last thing they need is to see a supply crunch.

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