A Silver Roundtable Discussion

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By TF

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Earlier today, it was my distinct pleasure to join Bill Murphy, Rick Rule and David Morgan for a live roundtable and Q&A forum on Philip Kennedy's website. The discussion focused upon the precious metals with a particular emphasis on silver. If you can find the time, you should be sure to watch this replay.

Many thanks to Phil for putting this together and what a thrill to be on...

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TF Metals Report is a blog and online community about the "end of the Great Keynesian Experiment." Craig Hemke shares his thoughts and insights as to precious metals trends and the financial markets.

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