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“In the long run, owning gold and silver is going to be, by far, the smartest thing one could have done.”

“In the long run, owning gold and silver is going to be, by far, the smartest thing one could have done.”

 

It’s Friday the 13th, and after an almost perfect week, things are looking bumpy again. Eric stops by to calm our frazzled nerves on this, the unluckiest day.

In this chat you’ll hear:

  • Why you shouldn’t rely on fiat currencies
  • Eric’s thoughts on price suppression in the precious metals space
  • His top picks for mining companies to look into

“We are seeing people throughout the world buying more physical gold… The logic for that is getting stronger all the time. We have a stock market that’s getting very jittery here, we have a bond market that’s in a bear market, we have inflation rising, we have craziness going on in various currencies… How many people does it take watching their currencies being that volatile before you say, ‘Give me something little more secure?’”

To hear Eric’s full thoughts, listen here: https://soundcloud.com/sprottmoney/sprott-money-ne…

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