TFMR Podcast #35 - Chris Duane of The Silver Bullet and Silver Shield
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Last week, I had a chance to visit with entrepreneur, author and silver activist, Chris Duane.
If you're not familiar with Chris, you should be. He's one of the great champions of the cause and he has done great work in advancing metals awareness through his "Greatest Truth Never Told" & "Sons of Liberty Academy" video series on YouTube.
For his latest project, Chris is driving silver demand through a new series of specially minted, silver coins. Here's some video background on the venture:
The first run of coins is already selling at a healthy premium on Ebay, as you can see here: http://www.ebay.com/itm/Silver-Bullet-Silver-Shield-AOCS-1oz-999-Fine-Silver-60k-Run-Concluded-/181039780649?pt=Bullion_US&hash=item2a26cfd329. Regardless of whether future series sell at a similar premium, the coins are a great gift idea this holiday season and, undoubtedly, help our cause by promoting silver demand and reducing above ground supply.
Please use the link below to check out what Chris has to offer and please strongly consider promoting his efforts. Additionally, TFMR has a little skin in the game, too, as every ounce you buy generates a little commishkey for ole Turd. Thanks!
Click this link: http://www.silverbulletsilvershield.com/user/metals?___store=silverbulletsilvershield_en and then click the "BUY NOW" button.
Christopher Duane is a Financial & Investing Expert and Founder of the Sons of Liberty Academy. Chris is also a US Marine & venture capitalist and became a self-made millionaire by age 30. Since 2001, he has been able to increase his net worth an estimated 3,750% while the housing, stock and job markets have been tanking. Chris Duane’s YouTube Channel “The Greatest Truth Never Told” has over 5.5 million views since it’s debut a year ago. He believes massive change is coming and that if you are aware and prepared for this change, you will be able to create generational wealth. Much of his work can also be found at http://dont-tread-on.me/
Monday, December 10, 2012