Ted Butler

Ted Butler Articles

I really hadn't planned on writing another gold/silver lease scam piece for awhile, but I happened to read Martin Armstrong's article of 1/28/98, and I got the feeling he was taking issue with my contention that the silver lease con was...
Fifteen years is a long time. In the financial world it is an eternity. Take a moment and reflect on what your life was like then, fifteen years ago. What did the world look like and what prices were assigned to the various asset classes....
The movie was childish, zany, gross and moronically hilarious. OK, I admit it - I loved it. There were just too many funny skits to recall all, but the dead bird repaired with scotch tape, the snowball fight and the scene where the bad guy...
The stunning ongoing developments in the precious metal world, centered on platinum and palladium, in the past week have left participants and observers awe struck. Amid dramatic price increases, a tense crisis atmosphere has enveloped the...
That's the headline for the May 26 Commodity Corner column of BARRON'S Magazine (www.barrons.com). It's a must read for anyone interested in silver or gold. The article highlights the current research reports by the Silver Institute (...
April 8, 1997 The Honorable Alan Greenspan Chairman of the Board of Governors Federal Reserve Board The Honorable Robert E. Rubin Secretary of the Treasury Washington, DC

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Due primarily to the California Gold Rush, San Francisco’s population exploded from 1,000 to 100,000 in only two years.