Sprott Money Weekly Wrap Up

What shook the markets and economies this week?

How does it affect gold, silver and platinum prices?

Join us for our weekly wrap up with Eric Sprott to get his insights on how recent events in the market affect you!

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December 19, 2014 | NEW!!
Listen to Eric Sprott share his views on the effects of oil prices on the economy, currency fluctuation and ongoing currency wars, global financial instability, and Indian gold imports.

December 5, 2014
Listen to Eric Sprott share his views on the effects of the Swiss gold referendum on gold prices earlier in the week, the decrease in sales for this year’s Black Friday sales, U.S. job numbers not reflecting the current economic status of the average individual, and the smash in gold prices today.

November 28, 2014
Listen to Chris Martenson of Peak Prosperity (www.PeakProsperity.com) on the effect of the Swiss gold referendum on the gold market, the growing trend of gold repatriation, the false surge of gold prices due to a “computer glitch” this week, and the lack of adequate punishment of market manipulators by financial regulators.

November 21, 2014
Listen to Eric Sprott on the Surge in Asian Investment Gold Demand, the Positive Movement in Physical Gold Demand Around the World, and the Possible Impact of the Swiss Referendum on the Physical Gold Market.


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