by Theodore Butler
There was quite a bit of commentary generated as a result of making public my article, “Five Years That Changed Silver Forever.” This wasn’t particularly surprising, because if my assertions are correct about JPMorgan accumulating a massive quantity of physical silver at prices the bank rigged lower, nothing could be more important to the future price of silver.
I also realize that my premise may seem outlandish to those hearing of it for the first time. Hopefully, not many regular subscribers were surprised, since I have been writing about this for some time now. Because the issue is so important and because I am the one advancing it, I feel it is my responsibility to fully address any questions or disagreements with my take about JPMorgan.