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Silver Investing in a Nutshell

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Ongoing education, excellent connections and a wealth of experience combine to give John Pugsley insights that are both compelling and provocative. Using analogies as diverse as dribbling basketballs and stocking up on tuna when it's a bargain in the supermarket, he talks about the importance of patience, a focus on fundamentals and the criteria he's using to identify the next wave of winners. The Gold Report: What's your take of the gold market in these incredibly unstable financial times? John Pugsley: Unstable is certainly a kind description of the current financial scene. Everyone is scrambling for a life ...
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Nice vid.. I have been buying silver for a while now, and really think that I will see a better return on it than the gold I have. Sub’d. branman055 on 03.27.10 at 2:41 am Isn’t that the truth. I read that JP Morgan had the largest short position in Silver and yet telling their clients to buy silver. Citbank was next and Goldman Sachs follows. This manipulation will only last for so long. Silver will continue to rise past its high of last year.Remember this is a Bull Market,I don’t trade ETF’s thats fake silver, I only trade in my bullion account with actual physical silver or hold real silver in my ... market research, surveys and trends
Silver bullion UK Update / collection / Investing – Buy Silver ...
It seems to me that, if you`re in the UK and you want to buy silver, you`re going to be paying about twice as much, per ounce, as people in the States. Rip – off Britain is alive and well ! pluto4847 January 20th, 2010 at 2:22 am hey watch it there pal! The way you throw those silver pices in, you’ll crack its protective casing. spiralreplicator January 20th, 2010 at 3:19 am Nice stack of silver Bro, Just got my first silver purchase thru gainsville coins. mint box of maples , it was a major rush. . . . . cant wait to buy some more. ! peace. . . . ANTIDALLARD January 20th, ... market research, surveys and trends


The Dollar Meltdown: Surviving the Impending Currency Crisis ...
is definitely a gloom and doom book.  Fortunately, the author’s style of writing and enthusiasm for his subject – how to avoid the doom – keep the book from being depressing.  Charles Goyette – the author – simply tells it like it is.  And what it is, is a sad state of affairs.  Goyette’s presentation is composed of four parts:  where we are; how we got here; what happens next; and what to do. Under the heading of ‘where we are,’ Goyette points out that “the future of the dollar has already been determined.”  For all intents and purposes, the dollar is dead.  It has lost “96 percent of its purchasing power under the Federal ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Investing in Gold
I have been getting a lot of panicky e-mail lately, because I am such a gold bug. There are, unbelievably, some people who will listen to an idiot like me and do what I say. And these pathetic, gullible people have been accumulating gold and silver, per my persistent, insane screeching for them to do so immediately or face the Wrath Of Economic Mother Nature (WOEMN). Now, they’ve made a few bucks, and they want to keep it. But their latest concern is that they have read some recent articles about how the coming recession/depression/end-of-the-world will be accompanied by deflation in prices, including – gasp! – ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
How to Invest in What China Really Needs
The gimpy US stock market continued limping along last week. The Dow Jones Industrial Average stumbled 307 points, or 2.9%, to 10,144 - pulling its return for the year-to-date solidly into the red. Just a few months ago, in the hopeful days of late April, the Dow breezed through 11,000 on its way to a pleasing 7% gain for the year thus far. At that moment, the Dow was also sitting atop an incredible 70% jump off the lows of March 2009. But the tone and behavior of the US stock market has changed a bit since then. The animal spirits that were chasing share prices higher have gone ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
False Meme of Anarchy?
Markets About to Turn Nasty, Buy Barbed Wire: Advisor ... Bond markets could get very nasty over the coming months, while stock investors could take a few months off and stop attempting to trade volatile swings in the markets, Anthony Fry, senior managing director at Evercore Partners, told CNBC Monday. "The current problems will be with us for 5 years or more and uncertainty is very high," Fry said. "Sentiment is extremely volatile as shown by the collapse of the Prudential's attempt to buy AIA. When the deal was thought up just a few months ago it was a very different world," Fry told CNBC on Monday. - market trends, news research and surveys resources


Stateside “Gold and Silver” Report
Apr 13, 2009 ... The story in a nutshell: They say timing is everything and for Oro ... the rest of the investing world what we already know.....that Oro ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
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Mar 23, 2010 ... of the price of silver seriously during your hearing ... 4. http://arch 10. goldtent. net/2010/03/08/gatas-case-in-a-nutshell/- GATA's appeal ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
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