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Other Voices

In this column, we present commentary for the benefit of our readers from opinion makers and writers not associated with Euro Pacific Capital. Opinions expressed are those of the writer, and may or may not reflect those held by Euro Pacific Capital, or its CEO, Peter Schiff.
Thomas E. Woods, Jr.
Barack Obama is already making the Clinton and Bush years seem like the good old days. Close to a trillion dollars are being...
Puru Saxena
Vicious selling continues on Wall Street and the pathetic action of the financials is dragging down the entire market. So far,...
Axel Merk
In a rare interview with Western media, Wen Jiabao, the Chinese premier, told the Financial Times (see http://www.ft.com/wen),...
Doug Casey
The $1.1 Trillion Budget Deficit My reaction is that the people in the government are totally out of control. A poker player...
Christopher G. Galakoutis and James M. Cassidy
With the global financial market declines taking their toll on investor portfolios in 2008, and with tax return filing season...
Chris Weber
So Far, 2009 Belongs to the Precious Metals Since gold reached over $1,000 an ounce last March, it has been declining, but making...
John Mauldin
There are a lot of complaints about the use of the first $350 billion in TARP money. How could (now) former Merrill...
Axel Merk
The Federal Reserve (Fed) has gone beyond playing with fire, and may have indeed set the house on fire. It’s one thing to push...

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