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When the housing bubble burst back in 2008 I was still trading equity options on the American Stock Exchange. At the time I was stunned, and found it odd how almost no one had seen it coming. Yet when I started reading about the investors who had forecast the crisis and positioned their money in ...more


Silver At Pivot Point Established Back In 2008
The silver selloff over the last two weeks has certainly been frustrating, but the good news is that open interest in gold has hit two-year lows.
Gold Continues To Rally In Face Of Fed Rate Hikes
Preciousmetals on the rise! Gold at over $1,900/oz and silver following. Tune in to our latest show with Reyna Silver's Jorge Ramiro Monroy and Lauren Megaw for market updates and investor sentiment.
The 11-Year Silver Bear Market Versus Stocks Has Ended
The S&P 500 has outperformed silver. I believe this bear market has finally ended, and we are now at the beginning of the final silver bull market.
Is Elon Musk Becoming A Silver Stacker?
Remember that guy that bought Twitter for $44 billion dollars? Musk or something? Well, had he bought silver for $44 billion instead, the Twitter problem would have taken care of itself.
Weaker Dollar To Drive Gold Price Higher In 2023
After a volatile year for the gold and silver prices in 2022, we’re still left in the same position - we’re headed towards recession, which doesn’t leave any easy answers for the central banks in 2023 and beyond.
Rafi Farber: If Russia Accepts Gold For Oil, Silver Quintuples
Zoltan Pozsar, Head of Short Term Interest Rate Strategy at Credit Suisse, is at it again with his monetary musings. This time, he says that Russia may respond to a $60 price cap on its oil by only accepting payment in gold.




Latest Posts
Is The Paper Silver Market Starting To Unravel?
The longer you’ve followed silver, the longer you've known that at some point the price was going to have to move higher. And probably by a lot.
Is The U.S. Debt Actually $222 Trillion?!
Stunning interview with economist Laurence Kotlikoff who calculates that if the U.S. government actually followed its own accounting rules that the debt is actually $222 trillion (as opposed to the publicly stated $21 trillion that most believe)!

Work Experience

Arcadia Economics
April 2012 - Present (11 years 1 month)
Options Trader
Susquehanna International Group
June 2005 - February 2012 (6 years 10 months)


Wharton School of Business
2003 / 2005
Rutgers University
Bachelor of Science
1997 / 2001