25 Years of Silver (Data) Mining

Posted by on July 29th 2010 in CFTC, Federal Reserve, General Economy, Gold, JPMorgan, Monetary Policy, Short Sellers, Silver, Ted Butler, U.S. Congress, Wall Street | Be the first to comment!

Investment Rarities’ President Jim Cook explains “The Origin” of Ted Butler’s views, which “are now widely accepted and have become the main silver story,” and interviews Izzy Friedman, the man whom Butler calls his mentor.

“On several occasions in the past we’ve published articles by Izzy Friedman,” writes Cook. “Years ago Izzy asked Ted to figure out why silver’s supply and demand fundamentals weren’t reflected in the price.  Izzy pointed out that we were consuming more silver than we were producing.  Ted checked out Izzy’s facts and discovered that he was right.  That was 1985.  Over the next few months, Ted wrestled day and night with the problem of why the silver prices didn’t reflect the true supply and demand.” Read more…

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