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Golden Dreams & Delusions: The Story about Gold You Haven't Heard (PART 1)

The following article is more than 80 pp. in length and has been divided into 7 parts. This series of articles represents the most insightful analysis on the gold pumping scene ever published. And it was written by the man who actually spotted the gold bull market in 2001, advised gold to his clients, but was wise enough to have forecast the peak in gold at $2000 two years before it was reached, and warned the public that once the bubble burst, gold and silver would spend many years in a bear market.

The year 2001 is likely to be very memorable to most people for different reasons. For many people, the year 2001 brings back memories of the attack on the World Trade Center by the Mossad and CIA. The collapse of the stock market immediately after this catastrophic act of domestic and foreign terrorism was an extremely easy call to make despite the fact that the jug heads and crooks on CNBC were telling their sheep audience not to sell. That year was also memorable to me because it was the year I recognized the early stages of the gold bull market.

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