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Corey Oberholtzer

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Investment Consultant

Mr. Oberholtzer graduated from Eller Business School at the University of Arizona and has been a financial advisor for over a decade. Corey began his investment career with Charles Schwab and Co, Inc., where he managed portfolios for high net worth clients and specialized in asset management. Following his tenure with Charles Schwab, Corey managed a branch with HSBC, a multi-national bank based out of London. Corey's interest in emerging markets and the global economy led him to Euro Pacific Capital. He uses his extensive knowledge of the financial markets to implement sound investment strategies to help his clients achieve their financial goals. He is a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ professional and holds FINRA Series 7 and 66 licenses.

Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards Inc. owns the certification marks CFP®, CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ and federally registered CFP (with flame design) in the U.S., which it awards to individuals who successfully complete CFP Board’s initial and ongoing certification requirements.

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  Name: Corey Oberholtzer  
  Title: Investment Consultant  
  Company: Euro Pacific Capital  
  Location: Scottsdale  
  Email: [email protected]  
  Phone: (800) 727-7922  
 

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Investing in foreign securities involves risks, such as currency fluctuation, political risk, economic changes, and market risks. Precious metals and commodities in general are volatile, speculative, and high-risk investments. As with all investments, an investor should carefully consider his investment objectives and risk tolerance as well as any fees and/or expenses associated with such an investment before investing. International investing may not be suitable for all investors.

Dividend yields change as stock prices change, and companies may change or cancel dividend payments in the future. The fluctuation of foreign currency exchange rates will impact your investment returns. Past performance does not guarantee future returns, investments may increase or decrease in value and you may lose money.

Our investment strategies are based partially on Peter Schiff's personal economic forecasts which may not occur. His views are outside of the mainstream of current economic thought. Investors should carefully consider these facts before implementing our strategy.