Thank you for your interest in the silver market manipulation that is currently taking place before our very eyes. We at Arcadia Economics firmly believe that all evidence points in one direction; the price of silver is being artificially suppressed by major financial institutions in order to benefit their bottom line. These actions are criminal and we feel that those responsible should be held accountable. That is why we have compiled the following evidence in order to prove this assertion.
Please click on the PDFs listed below in order to access the evidence along with copies of letters submitted by Chris Marcus of Arcadia Economics to the CFTC whistleblower program which outline the ongoing manipulation of the silver market. You can also check out the letters Chris sent to the Commissioner of the CFTC, Rostin Behnam, Associate Director of the CFTC, Donna Faulk-White, as well as the House Financial Services Committee Chair, Maxine Waters.
How Can You Help?
Here is where you can contribute to the cause, by utilizing the links listed above in order to notify your favorite government official or oversight committee to these criminal activities. Please feel free to use the sample letter below to respectfully request that these crimes are properly investigated and those responsible are ultimately brought to justice. Thank you again and it is time to help set the TRUE price of silver free!
Dear _______ ,
I am writing to alert you of the overwhelming evidence of financial market manipulation by J.P. Morgan and Goldman Sachs, who have been caught manipulating the silver price on a repeated basis.
I have attached the files that contain clear and easy to understand evidence that’s been compiled by an analyst named Chris Marcus of Arcadia Economics, and if you have further questions for him, you can contact him through www.ArcadiaEconomics.com
Sincerely your constituent,
Commissioner, Commodity Futures Trading Division
Phone: (202) 418-5575
Chair, House Financial Services Committee
Los Angeles Office: (323) 757-8900
Washington Office: (202) 225-2201
Senate Banking Committee
Phone: (202) 224-7391