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Ask The Expert - Ronald-Peter Stöferle - March 2018

Ask The Expert - Ronald-Peter Stöferle - March 2018
By Craig Hemke 2 years ago 19684 Views No comments

March 22, 2018

This month we are joined by Ronald-Peter Stöferle, a partner responsible for Research and Portfolio Management at Incrementum AG, based in Liechtenstein. A lecturer at the academy of the Vienna Stock Exchange, his annual report, “In Gold We Trust,” is considered a must-read for anyone interested in precious metals. Ronni is also the author of the well-regarded book, “Austrian School for Investors,” which poses the question, “May everything you thought you knew about investing be wrong?”

In this value-packed session, he tells you:

his forecast for Fed Funds rate hikes

the most important thing to look at relative to gold price

which commodities have the best upside potential in 2018 (and beyond)

… And much, much more. You won’t want to miss this interview with our March 2018 expert, Ronald-Peter Stöferle, as he answers seven of your burning questions. To hear his full thoughts, listen here:

Our Ask The Expert interviewer Craig Hemke began his career in financial services in 1990 but retired in 2008 to focus on family and entrepreneurial opportunities. Since 2010, he has been the editor and publisher of the TF Metals Report found at TFMetalsReport.com, an online community for precious metal investors.

The views and opinions expressed in this material are those of the author as of the publication date, are subject to change and may not necessarily reflect the opinions of Sprott Money Ltd. Sprott Money does not guarantee the accuracy, completeness, timeliness and reliability of the information or any results from its use.

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