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Protecting Your Loved Ones – The Smart Way - Jeff Nielson

What is the best way to “protect your loved ones”, financially? It’s the tried-and-true method in which people have been ensuring their financial security for thousands of years, and not via the low-odds paper promises from History’s most-notorious swindlers: bankers.

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Life Insurance: Bad Bet, or Merely Sheer Stupidity? - Jeff Nielson

Life insurance is something which most families take for granted as a necessity. That’s what a century of brainwashing can do for you (meaning the bankers). In reality, life insurance is a sucker’s bet, yet another scam from the bankers, to distract us and prevent us from taking more sober and rational steps in our own financial management.

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Gold War II: The One Bank’s Indian Gold-Grab - Bullion Bulls Canada

Are we seeing the beginning of the most-massive “liberation” of gold in history – by the banksters, out of India? If so, is there anything that can be done about it? More than you might think.

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SM Radio

August 28, 2015

Listen to Eric Sprott share his thoughts on this weeks market dice on Monday, China's increase shedding of U.S. treasuries, overall global economic weakness, and the outlook on gold.

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August 21, 2015

Listen to Eric Sprott share his thoughts on the current economic weakness in China, global currency devaluations and it's effects on world markets, and gold ending the week on a positive note.

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August 14, 2015

Listen to Eric Sprott share his thoughts on why China chose to devalue the yuan, the continual weakness in the American and global economy, the increase in the price of gold, and a possible silver shortage.

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Ask The Expert

Ask The Expert - Ted Butler - August 21, 2015

Ted Butler is one of the world’s most respected precious metals analysts. His perspective is highly valued by the everyday investor as well as large stakeholders in the investment world.Ted started as a broker in the early 1970’s but began his journey as an independent analyst over 20 years ago.

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Ask The Expert - John Budden - July 27, 2015

John Budden has over 50 years of diverse, domestic and international investment experience. John is a renowned advocate of holding a portion of one’s portfolio in gold bullion, in an era of competitive devaluations. John has worked all over the world as an investment professional and continues to be one of the most sought after experts in precious metal investment in the North American investment community.

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Ask The Expert - Fred Hickey - June 29, 2015

Fred Hickey is the editor of the High Tech Strategist, a newsletter originally devoted to tech stocks, but has broadened its focus to the idea of money printing by governments around the world leading to no good, and sees gold as a good place to secure one’s financial future.

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Sprott's Thoughts

Rick Rule: “Scary Times Are Upon Us – Capitulation Is Beginning in This Market”

Is the recent market sell-off good for gold?

How will it affect the precious metals and natural resource sector?

Rick Rule, Chairman of Sprott US Holdings Inc., believes that a sell-off in the months ahead might signal the end of the resource bear market.

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A Recovery "Is Going to Happen" -- Rick Rule at the Sprott-Stansberry Symposium

Is this what a market turn feels like?

“Great opportunities in natural resources occur once per decade,” Rick Rule explained at the Symposium. “They occur at the bottom of a ‘bear market.’

“And this ‘bear market’ is the most severe that I have seen since the mid 1980's. That suggests a very dramatic recovery.”

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Jim Rickards: "Euro Creators Want to Force Common Fiscal Control, Eurobonds"

The Greek crisis is no accident, says Jim Rickards, but is part of a long-running plan to bring Europe under central control.

He’s the author of Currency Wars and The Death of Money, and will be attending the Sprott-Stansberry Vancouver Natural Resource Symposium – which begins this week.

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