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Jim Puplava's Big Picture: Investing In The Gold Markets: Mistakes Made - Lessons Learned

Jul. 29, 2013 9:27 AM ETTRRXF, MUX, GALXF, RDNAF, OROCF, LITHF, TLTHF, FMC, ROC-OLD, REE-OLD, F, TM, GM, NSANF, DD, JCI, IBM, BASFY, FCX, RIO, BHP, TECK, SSNLF, TSLA, CAR, VALE, BYDDY, NTR, ALLRF, MOS, SOIL, IPI, NPTH, PPRTF
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Jim Puplava has made a great overview of the Gold Market and Gold Miners this week. These days he is hedging his money management business and is not so extreme in his calls to buy Gold and Gold Miners as other featured Gold Bugs on this blog, but this is where his guests are stepping in.

Mr Gold Corp. - Rob McEwen used to be the one of the experts in Jim Puplava's Gold Round Tables and he is putting his money where his mouth is now.

 

Rob McEwen: "We Seem To Be Near The Bottom Of This Correction" MUX, TNR.v

 

Jim Puplava's Big Picture: Investing In the Gold Markets: Mistakes Made - Lessons Learned

 

FEATURING JEAN-MARIE EVEILLARD, RONALD STOEFERLE, KEITH BARRON AND OTHER INDUSTRY EXPERTS

"In this special edition of the Big Picture, Jim puts a capstone on his series of interviews with gold industry experts, including gold fund managers, gold mining CEO's, geologists, newsletter publishers and gold analysts. Using audio clips from the experts for emphasis, Jim discusses the struggles of the gold industry, and lays out the mistakes that were made, and the lessons that were learned. The list of experts include Keith Barron, Robert Quartermain, Ross Hansen, John Doody, Jean-Marie Eveillard, Ronald Stoeferle, Caesar Bryan, Jeff Christian and Sean Boyd. Jim also answers your Q-Calls in this segment of the program."

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