I receive dozens of advisories every week. Over the course of years I have learned which advisories to respect and which to ignore. The advisories I respect, I put in the category of "smart money." As I read the smart money advisories my general impression is one of confusion. Yet even in a state of confusion, the smart money advisories offer different items to buy. I refuse to do this and prefer to have my subscribers sitting with a store of wealth rather than betting on stocks and bonds that may or may not go up. Part of the problem is the current frantic search for income or capital gains. I realize this is an acute problem but there also comes a time when you have to -- give it a rest. I prefer to rest while holding tangible wealth, which means physical silver and gold. If the precious metals head ... Log in or subscribe to continue reading.
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