Thursday , 17 August 2017


Sprott: Why Financial Fundamentals Are So Good for Gold & Silver

This ten minute interview with Eric Sprott is excellent and worth your time. Hegold-truth makes the best case I have heard or read recently about why the financial fundamentals are so good for precious metals…both physical gold and silver and the good mining stocks. It is really worth listening to.

So says Arnold Bock in his Hat Tip regarding subject audio.

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To get the audio do the following:
  • Go Here
  • Click on:   “MP3  NOT for Distribution”  “Listen to MP3…Click Here”
  • Ignore Eric King’s introduction and wait for Sprott’s enlightening insights.
  • Enjoy

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