Since starting the Hard Assets Alliance in 2012, I’ve been fortunate to meet many of you and discuss the topics that make precious metal so important to all of us. I’ve also come to know several of the analysts, writers, and fund managers who are expert precious metal investors.
I’m speaking of people like Jim Rickards, Doug Casey, Bill Bonner, Larry Edelson, Chris Martenson, Marin Katusa, Rick Rule, Eric Sprott, and John Hathaway, to name just a few. I’m fortunate to have direct access to them, and I’ve worked one-on-one with many of them (I was the CEO of Casey Research for nine years).
Today, these experts are becoming increasingly alarmed by the state of the global economy, central banks run amok, and escalating currency wars. They are trying, urgently, to get their message out.
I’ve decided to help. Starting this month, I am launching a new information service exclusively for Hard Assets Alliance customers and readers. We’re calling this new service “Metal Masters.” As the name implies, I’ll be bringing you the best information from the best sources–whenever there’s something you need to know.
With Metal Masters, I hope to share with you the invaluable knowledge and insight these experts have shared with me. It has made all the difference for me and my family, as we are now properly prepared for whatever the politicians and central bankers have in store for us next.
And while I don’t put myself in their league, I’ve been writing a bit myself. The election results inspired me to point out that while the stock market is hoping for the best, investors must take a longer view of what Trump’s policies could mean for their portfolios. There is excitement in the air, but also risks associated with an increasing government debt load. This trend cannot go on forever without serious consequences. We should all assess our precious metal holdings before it is too late.
You can read my article here, at a website I share with my longtime business partner David Galland. Many of you will remember David from his days at Casey Research, where he wrote the popular weekly column, The Room, and was senior editor of The Casey Report.
I hope you enjoy my article and future editions of Metal Masters. I plan to send you between two and four articles per month. And you have my pledge—only the best articles will find their way to you.
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