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Ted Butler: Why won't anyone dispute silver market manipulation?
10:49a ET Monday, October 2, 2017
Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:
Silver market analyst Ted Butler laments today that he can't get anyone to argue with his assertions that the silver market is manipulated largely by JPMorganChase and the CME Group, operator of the major U.S. futures exchanges.
GATA often laments that it gets no argument about its complaints of manipulation of the gold market by central banks, governments, and the investment banks that act as their agents.
Of course there's an explanation for this lack of argument: that the evidence of silver and gold market rigging cannot be disputed specifically because it is actually proof, and the best the market riggers can do is avoid drawing more attention to it.
Butler's commentary is headlined "Thoughtful Disagreement" and it's posted at GoldSeek's companion site, SilverSeek, here:
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