Tuesday, August 16, 2016

Deutsche Bank Discloses $2 Billion Gold and Silver Mining Share Portfolio

Do the serious global banksters think major advances in gold and silver are ahead?

In its latest 13F filing with the SEC, Deutsche Bank disclosed that as of June 30, 2016, its investment management affiliates, owned approximately $2 Billion in gold and silver mining shares.

The bank disclosed ownership in a total of fifty gold and silver mining companies.

The top three holdings are: Newmont Mining ($278.7 million) Barricks ($240.5 million) and Gold Corp ($196 million).

Other Deutsche Bank holdings include First Majestic ($44.9 million) and Sprott’s Physical Gold and Silver Funds ($268K)

(via smaulgld)

1 comment:

  1. Whoa. DB, which cooperated in the recent Canadian PM price-rigging investigation, holds not SLV but Sprott's PSLV? That's very interesting indeed.