Why in the world has JP Morgan accumulated more than 50 million troy ounces of physical silver since early 2012, adding more than 8 million troy ounces during the past couple of weeks alone? Why are they doing this? What do they know that the rest of us do not? Could it possibly be that they are anticipating another great economic crisis? We are definitely due for one! Here’s what I think is going on behind the scenes.
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