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We’ve Entered a New Leg of a Gold Bull Market - Jul 15, 2016

July 15, 2016
Peter Schiff talks to Ron Paul about the Fed's "Quid Pro Quo" in Belgium - May 19th, 2014
Roubini & Schiff Go At It Again - May 15th, 2014
Peter Schiff and Paul Krake's Gold Feud on CNBC - April, 15 2014
Peter Schiff on RT - March 27, 2014
Peter Schiff on Yahoo Breakout - March 17, 2014
Peter Schiff: Janet Yellen More Bullish For Gold Than Bernanke - February 19, 2014
Peter Schiff: Fed Will Reverse Tapering and Up QE - February 14, 2014
Peter Schiff Says, "The Fed Is Trapped; Buy Gold Now" - CNBC - January 21, 2014
Peter Schiff on Bernanke's "Reckless" Policy - January 17, 2014
Andrew Schiff on Arise Xchange - January 15, 2014
Peter Schiff on BNN - January 9, 2014
John Browne on The Blaze TV - January 8, 2014
A Fed Induced Phony Recovery is Bullish For Gold Fox Business - January 3, 2014
Peter Schiff’s Recommendations for 2014 on CNBC - December 2, 2013
Peter Schiff on Yahoo Breakout - November 14, 2013
Andrew Schiff on Arise Xchange - November 8, 2013
Peter Schiff on CNBC - November 1, 2013
Peter Schiff on CNBC - October 30th, 2013
Andrew Schiff on Arise Xchange - October 16, 2013
Peter Schiff on The Street - October 4, 2013
Peter Schiff Was Right - Taper Edition

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