Archive for JeffNielson
Jeff Nielson is the writer/editor of Bullion Bulls Canada. He came to the precious metals sector as an investor in the middle of last decade, and quickly decided this was where he wanted to focus his career. Jeff's background includes four years of Economics at the University of British Columbia, before he went on to earn his law degree from that same institution.
… the UK has been on a Cheesecake Diet all along. While ordinary people in the UK have been punished with month after month of sadistic, suicidal austerity; the Bank of England has been showering its bankers with new money, courtesy of more UK “QE”.24May2012 | JeffNielson | 6 comments | Continued
When the MSM implores you to sell your gold both when it’s down and when it’s up, you know something is rotten in Denmark. It’s of course better to have a notion of real “value” when considering buying and selling.22May2012 | JeffNielson | 1 comment | Continued
Hospitals, medical clinics, and all related facilities have already been rapidly incorporating silver-based anti-bacterial technology into more and more aspects of their design and equipment. With the emergence of “Super-Bugs”, that process can only accelerate.9May2012 | JeffNielson | 0 comments | Continued
Note that the fearmongering of the Western media after Greece’s election is not only a losing strategy but a dishonest one. It’s attempt to portray this election as a “radical” ideological change is a complete betrayal of the facts.7May2012 | JeffNielson | 0 comments | Continued
“It has been asked of me by several worried readers if all this central bank gold-buying is being done to stock-up on gold – merely so that the bankers can again crush the market by dumping all the gold they are currently accumulating. Here individual gold-holders can put their minds at ease…”4May2012 | JeffNielson | 0 comments | Continued
We don’t need two decades of near-zero interest rates to prove the U.S. is an economic corpse. Defibrillating an economy with near-zero interest rates for 3+ years (and getting no response) is proof of death just like defibrillating a body incessantly for three years would prove it’s a corpse.19Apr2012 | JeffNielson | 2 comments | Continued