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Hunt’s silver lining

22 October 2014 By Martin Hutchinson

The right-wing beliefs of Nelson Hunt, dead at 88, colored his judgment on 1970s policies and led him to buy silver. An attempt to corner the market blew out when the Fed tightened money. Hunt’s failure showed why billionaire politics are best limited to funding candidates.

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