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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.
Ron Paul
This past week we celebrated the end of what most people agree was a decade best forgotten. New York Times columnist and leading...
Ron Paul
This past week we celebrated the end of what most people agree was a decade best forgotten. New York Times columnist and leading...
Charles Hugh Smith
Is the stock market setting up for a sharp decline (a.k.a. crash)? The stupendous disconnect between a V-shaped euphoric market...
Puru Saxena
BIG PICTURE- "It's a question of how do you achieve the deleveraging. Do you go through a long period of slow growth, high...
Louis James of Casey Research
At a recent Casey Research editors' meeting, the team took on the question of whether the somewhat steady recovery since last...
Dian L. Chu
Exxon Mobil (XOM) announced this morning that it will buy XTO Energy (XTO) in an all-stock deal worth $31 billion as the oil...
Henry Blodget
When Dubai wobbled last week, everyone rushed to the Internet to await confirmation of the imminent bailout. And they saw what...
Dian L. Chu
Broad capital spending cuts, and curtailed production have landed machinery companies in the pits but mining equipment makers...

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