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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.
Scott A. Beaulier and Peter J. Boettke
The Treasury Department — whose mission has ostensibly expanded to include management of government finances, the promotion of...
Eric T. Singer
When Congress doled out the Troubled Asset Relief Program money in last fall's crisis, it attached strings giving the government...
James Turk
When gold reached its record high against the US dollar of $1064.20 on October 13th, the price of gold in euros, Swiss francs...
Terry Coxon of Casey Research
Most of us are gathered at the station, watching for the Inflation Express to come rumbling in. But we've been waiting for a...
Charles Hugh Smith
If we distill down various historical patterns, we end up with three likely models of future stock market gyrations. No model...
The Daily Bell
Vaclav Klaus, the Czech President, has been warned his country could lose its seat on the European Commission unless he stops...
Gregory Wyche
In the original Star Trek TV series, we were introduced to the now-famous Romulan Bird of Prey, an enemy starship that was...
Daniel Hannan MEP
The EU’s “Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive” has panicked the financial sector. Critics complain that the draft law...

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