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On Monday, October 18th, my new radio show, The Peter Schiff Show, kicks off its maiden broadcast. If you're in Southwestern Connecticut, Westchester County, or Northwestern Long Island, you will be able to tune into WNLK/WSTC 1350AM/1400AM between 10am to noon ET every Monday through Friday. National and international listeners will be able to listen live at www.SchiffRadio.com. And don't forget to join the conversation! From 10am to noon ET every weekday, I will be just a phone call away. The show's toll free number is (855) 474-4433.

The Peter Schiff show

The Peter Schiff Show will replace Wall Street Unspun. The show's archives are available at www.europac.net. The Peter Schiff Show will be streamed and archived at www.SchiffRadio.com.

Cordially,

Peter Schiff
President and Chief Global Strategist
Euro Pacific Capital

Please note: The Peter Schiff Show will be produced by a new media company created by Peter Schiff. Euro Pacific Capital is not affiliated with this company. Neither Euro Pacific Capital nor any of its affiliates are responsible for the content of SchiffRadio.com.

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