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Euro Pacific In The News

Yahoo! Finance
December 12, 2011
If you want to start a heated debate in a sports bar show up wearing a Broncos jersey and start "Tebowing" while waiting for your beer. If you want to stir things up at Festivus,...
Bloomberg
December 8, 2011
Shares of gold-mining companies that have lagged behind the broader market will rebound as equity investors gain confidence that the surging price of the metal doesn’t signal a bubble,...
Washington Examiner
December 8, 2011
Who enforces the law? Most people would answer that this is the central function of government. However, America's federal government has increasingly distanced itself from this role,...
CNBC
December 7, 2011
In the late 19th century, opium smoke and loose women beckoned to the rich and powerful, luring them down the garden path to hell. These days, it’s apparently loose monetary policy....
Palm Beach Daily News
December 4, 2011
Two years ago, the Palm Beach Business Group invited Doug Kass and John Browne to be guest speakers at the group’s Bear vs. Bull debate. On Friday, the same duo addressed the business group...
News Busters
December 1, 2011
For conservatives, one of the bright spots of the Occupy Wall Street protests was when millionaire investor Peter Schiff went down to Zuccotti Park with video camera and a sign reading...
Index Universe
November 28, 2011
It’s not hard to get Peter Schiff, president and chief global strategist of Euro Pacific Capital, to go after the Fed. After all, he remains one of the most vociferous dollar bears and...
Sydney Morning Herald
November 19, 2011
The solution to the US debt problems lies in bringing budget deficits down, through spending cuts, tax increases or a mixture of both. In 2011, the major categories of government spending were...

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