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Garry Bale

Investment Consultant

Mr. Garry Bale built a career in London with eleven years of experience in both base metals on the London Mercantile Exchange and the bullion desk at Sharp's Pixley (now part of Deutsche). He joined the Precious Metals team at Drexel Burnham Lambert Trading in 1982. Whilst at Drexel, Garry was a founding committee member of the London Bullion Market Association.

Moving to NYC in 1990 and changing direction to become part of the Citi Bank Foreign Exchange team, he specialized in selling F/X products to Institutional/Hedge Fund clients. The hectic markets of the 1990's and rapid growth of the hedge fund client base created great demand within the market place for other banks to expand this service area. During the next fifteen years Garry assisted other banks to expand and grow their global coverage. Garry joined Euro Pacific Capital in 2007 and has become an integral part of building our NYC office. Backed by his earlier experience with some of the major global banks, we continue to seek expanding our New York office in support of the growth we anticipate for Euro Pacific Capital. He holds FINRA Series 7, 24, 4 and 66 registrations.

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  Name: Garry Bale  
  Title: Investment Consultant  
  Company: Euro Pacific Capital  
  Location: New York City  
  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.