Allow Me to Reintroduce You to Silver and Gold…By Darren V. Long Guildhallwealth.comAugust 13, 2014 In this so often ungraceful world of money we are getting the opportunity to witness a coming of age. A story filled with bobs and weaves, peaks and valleys moments of joy and years of sorrow the likes of which are book worthy. An opportunity so grand that simply having a small piece could be enough to invigorate even the most flaccid of portfolios, perhaps even financially prepare us for retirement at an early age. It is to this end, that I once again alert our readers to the story of gold and silver bullion. The demand for physical gold and silver is exploding all over the world and bullion banks are now experiencing a supply crunch that is absolutely unprecedented. As physical demand continues to rise, the massive Ponzi scheme that the bullion banks have been engaged in, predominately defined by paper trading on the Comex (The primary market for trading metals such as gold, and silver located in New York), is going to become increasingly obvious and at some point the lack of physical gold and silver is going to break the back of the paper markets. If this occurs we would witness the coming of age for gold and silver and see both metals rise to levels that we have never seen before. The truth is that the central banks of the world, sometimes referred to as the "bullion banks", have made " paper promises" that vastly exceed the amount of actual physical gold and silver in existence. This kind of scheme works fine if everyone does not come asking for their precious metal at the same time. Unfortunately for the ones running this scheme, people are now starting to ask for delivery of their physical gold and silver and it is causing huge problems. In gold alone we have witnessed, over the past 2 years, Germany and other countries make an effort to repatriate some 300-500 (depending on the accuracy of the reports) metric tonnes or some 9.6-16 million ounces of gold alone back to their home countries' central banks; bullion which is supposed to be held at easy to ship from locations, such as the New York Federal Reserve, all of which should have been readily available but has not been up to this point.