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Jeff Nielson is a business writer from Vancouver, Canada who covers markets and the economy. With an academic background in economics and law, he provides a unique perspective in economic trends and market opportunities.

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Huge Cost-Savings From Psychedelic Drug Therapy
A new MAPS study citing major cost savings for a psychedelics-based therapy is the final necessary ingredient for psychedelic drug industry success.
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The 4 Best-Performing Psychedelic Stocks
As the new rally in psychedelic stocks progresses, these four companies are currently setting the pace.
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How And Why Psychedelic Drugs Can Conquer The Mental Health Crisis
The emerging psychedelic drug industry is thriving. It has attracted a multitude of high-profile investors.
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Mind Cure’s New Medtech Platform Is A Critical Puzzle-Piece
With its new digital therapeutics platform, Mind Cure is positioning itself as an emerging leader in the psychedelic drug industry.
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Why Psychedelic Stocks Are A Strong Hedge Against COVID-19 Risk
Psychedelic stocks offer a robust hedge against COVOD-19 economic risk, but also remain a strong bet once the pandemic recedes.
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Will Mindmed Nasdaq Listing Be The Next Sector-Wide Catalyst?
The Compass Pathways IPO sparked a new rally in psychedelic stocks. We expect similar dynamics if MindMed up-lists on the Nasdaq.
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How And Why Psychedelic Drugs Can Conquer The Mental Health Crisis
3 days ago

I was a Skeptic until I did my homework. The fundamentals look strong here from almost every angle.

The 4 Best-Performing Psychedelic Stocks
3 days ago

Yes, but depending on which side of the U.S./Canada border that you live on, you might only have access to one.

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The Secret Minority
4 years ago

"Almost" like a conspiracy, Alexa? Our entire system has been perverted into a permanent wealth shake-down, with ALL of our wealth being relentlessly stolen by the oligarchs on top.

That is what "fractional-reserve banking" is all about...

www.sprottmoney.com/.../...rt-iv-jeff-nielson.html

The Presidential Race And A Return To The Gold Standard
4 years ago

Yes Gary, "gamed" or simply corrupted. In the case of our gold standard, it was corrupted through trying to introduce "fractional-reserve banking" (fractional-reserve FRAUD) into an Honest Money system. The moment that monetary pollution was introduced into the system, the system itself began to disintegrate. This is why it's necessary to be use a HARD gold standard. No currency/monetary cheating allowed.

The Presidential Race And A Return To The Gold Standard
4 years ago

If you have enough time, Harry, here's an answer to that question...

The Presidential Race And A Return To The Gold Standard
4 years ago

Alewis, I can't answer that directly, but the implication from the mainstream media is that he has not offered any opinions on monetary policy. This isn't surprising, since there is nothing in Trump's business background to indicate he has any clear UNDERSTANDING of monetary policy

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AGG iShares Trust - iShares Core U.S. Aggregate Bond ETF
AGQ ProShares Ultra Silver
BAC Bank of America Corporation
BND Vanguard Total Bond Market ETF
C Citigroup Inc.
DBS PowerShares DB Silver Fund
DGL PowerShares DB Gold Fund
GDX Market Vectors Gold Miners ETF
GDXJ MARKET VECTORS ETF TRJR GOLD MINES
GLD SPDR Gold Trust ETF
GOLD Barrick Gold Corporation
IYR iShares Dow Jones U.S. Real Estate Index Fund
JPM JPMorgan Chase & Co.
KBE SPDR S&P Bank ETF
KME SPDR Series Trust
REZ iShares FTSE NAREIT Residential Index Fund
SGOL ETFS Physical Swiss Gold
SHY ISHARES LEHMAN 1-3Y ETF
SLV iShares Silver Trust
XHB SPDR S&P Homebuilders ETF
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