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Is Deutsche Bank the Next Lehman? - Nathan McDonald

Has the crash begun? The similarities between the current market environment and those seen in the 2008 economic crisis are scary to say the least. Investors are panicking and for good reason – signs that another Lehman-style crisis may be on the horizon.

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WMD – Weapons of Mass Destruction - Gary Christenson

“WMD” also is “Wasteful Monetary Devastation.”

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Social Justice, Prosperity, and Precious Metals - Jeff Nielson

As human beings; we are communal creatures. In the West, we used to have the most prosperous communities on the planet. But no longer. Having allowed organized crime and political corruption to take hold in our societies, our prosperity and economic security is gone – and thus we turn to precious metals to seek economic security, as individuals. It’s time we re-learned how to restore prosperity and economic security to our societies.

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SM Radio

February 5, 2016

Hear Eric Sprott discuss surging gold and silver prices as well as the steep rebound in the mining shares. Additionally, Eric explains the advantages of holding physical metal in your retirement accounts.

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January 29, 2016

Eric Sprott discusses the global economy, currency wars and the unusual happenings on the global paper metal exchanges.

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January 22, 2016

Eric Sprott reviews the past week and looks ahead to another volatile week next.

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Ask The Expert

Ask The Expert - Grant Williams - February 2016

A regular speaker at investment conferences across the globe, Grant’s entertaining, yet penetrating presentation style has made him a firm favourite of delegates wherever he travels.

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Ask The Expert - David Morgan - January 2016

A precious metals aficionado armed with degrees in finance and economics as well as engineering, he created the website and originated The Morgan Report, a monthly that covers economic news, overall financial health of the global economy, currency problems, and the key reasons for investing in precious metals.

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Ask The Expert - Ned Naylor-Leyland - December 2015

Ned graduated with a BA (Hons) degree from the University of Bristol in 1998. He began his career in 2001 at Neilson Management, later moving to Smith & Williamson (formerly NCL Investments) in 2003 where he was an Investment Manager. Ned joined Cheviot in July 2008 and is Advising a specialist Precious Metals fund.

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Sprott's Thoughts

Volatility in Gold Prices: An Educational Series - Trey Reik

After a 12-year run, some question whether gold has lost its luster (if you’ll pardon the pun) as an effective portfolio hedge following three years of consistent declines. Many have called into question gold’s investment appeal: either the decade’s long bull run in gold has reached its conclusion, or the last three years’ price declines have generated an unprecedented opportunity to rebuild a portfolio with a base in precious metals. But these conclusions are often the results of emotional decision making.

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Rick Rule: $2-$3B Gold Deposits That Can Be Bought Now For $15mm—Will Command A $2-$3B Price Tag Again

I had the chance to sit down once again with Rick Rule, Chairman of Sprott US Holdings.

It was an interesting conversation, as Rick noted natural resource markets are transitioning into a phase in which “optionality” is becoming a highly attractive speculative strategy.

Optionality [or hoarding] is a speculative technique that works particularly well when entered into during bear markets, transitioning into bull markets.”

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What Kind Of Portfolio Works For A New Gold Investor? - Steve Todoruk

It is commonly suggested that investors should have up to 5% of their net worth invested in gold products to diversify risks in their portfolios[i]. As followers of this publication likely know, throughout history gold has been used as a form of money. Having exposure to gold may, from time to time, guard against inflation, deflation and world currency turmoil.[ii]

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  1. 1 Roaring Grizzly 1 oz coin (reverse)
  2. 2 Gold American Eagle 1 oz - front
  3. 3 Silver Philharmonic 1 oz - 2016 (obverse)




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