Sam Broom was a geologist from the Land Down Under and now finds himself living in Sunny Southern California working at Sprott as a broker. If you want to know what the rocks are really saying, Sam's your guy. And he's very bullish on the mining sector. Just take a look at the most recent COT report. And it's been so beaten up there's almost only one way it can go. And that's before we take supply considerations into account. M&A is going to be big this year because the majors need reserves. They've been living off their own diminishing reserves for too long. Now it's time to go out and acquire some. But it ain't that easy. High quality discoveries have been declining for over a generation now and there's no turn-around in site. Look for high quality companies with management who have succeeded again and again. And then buy them cheap, like right now. Take a look at the charts below. 

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Lee Schultz is a faithful, long time FSN community member who recently had an epiphany. He realized that we have a number of  things in common.

He's a “recovering attorney” (of the intellectual property variety) and a refugee from the People’s State of New York and Comrade Cuomo. While he fled South, Lee returned to his native Minnesota. While not exactly a low tax state, on the whole his life is immensely better now. He's never looked back.

What prompted Lee to write us was Triple Lutz Report #453. It was like we were watching him. On those occasions when he's a little down (not that often) he watches the numerous YouTube videos on Trump’s unexpected victory on election Night 2106. Whether it was the meltdowns of Hillary supporters, the growing confusion and consternation of the MSM pressitutes over the course of the evening (personal favorite: the The Young Turks highlights), the wildly misguided predictions on a Hillary landslide, or the mocking and ridicule heaped upon Trump when he announced his candidacy, it never fails to bring a smile to his face. Call it schadenfreude or whatever you want, it shows that here is always hope and sometimes justice is served. 

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Sally C. Pipes says, "Premiums for health insurance plans on Obamacare's exchanges will rise an average of 15 percent next year, according to a new report from the Congressional Budget Office. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., has blamed President Trump and congressional Republicans for the rate hikes – and for "deliberately sabotaging our health care system." Schumer is half right – Obamacare's insurance markets have indeed been sabotaged. But Schumer and his fellow Democrats are the saboteurs. They're the ones who wove Obamacare's incoherent web of mandates, which are the real reason insurance premiums are soaring."

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Dee Carter is  an Investment Advisor Representative with Sound Income Strategies, LLC based out of Fort Lauderdale, Florida. 
Dee Carter wrote his new book with two groups in mind that need guidance in financial and retirement planning—prospective retirees and financial advisors. The book provides valuable insights and direction for both. Explaining that there is much more to financial and retirement planning than numbers on a sheet of paper, the book questions why advisors are still being trained the same way Dee Carter was back in 1976. The world has changed so much since then, and the industry needs to adapt.


“We were taught that a retiree could only draw a small percentage from their principal each year in order to keep that principal from disappearing over time. Now, we know how clients can guard their principal and still receive a very nice retirement by investing for income rather than growth,” says Dee Carter.


In, It’s Now or Never: How to Enjoy Your Life and Not Let Your Investments Own You!, Dee Carter explains that during his 47 years in financial services, he has seen way too many people that are woefully unprepared for retirement. One of the major reasons for this is that investors are hesitant to sit down with a financial advisor and ask for help. The book shares Dee Carter’s life story and experiences to help readers avoid making the same mistakes Dee has seen over the years. The book shares directives at the end of each chapter to help readers find an advisor that is right for them.
With nearly 50 years of experience in the insurance and financial services industry, Dee K. Carter enjoys bringing stability and reliable income to his retirement-planning clients. Mr. Carter has earned several highly sought-after industry designations including the Chartered Life Underwriter, Chartered Financial Consultant, and Registered Financial Consultant designation earned only by financial professionals with outstanding ethical performance.

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