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Ask the Expert - Jim Rogers - March 2017

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TF Metals Report has regularly published Paul Mylchreest's insightful analysis for about as long as there has been a TFMR. Whether his work is written independently or for his employer, ADM ISI in London, Paul consistently sees things that few others in the investment world notice and he writes with a clarity that everyone can understand.

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