While the markets continue to slide and gold/silver have been especially hard hit, we may be close to a bottom, at least that's Nick Santiago's take. John and I have been talking about this eventuality for years now. I was almost ready to change the name of my website and podcast, for fear of becoming less relevant. But all that's changed. Preventive prepping can save you great angst if done properly. One thing is certain, if you wait until the crisis begins, it's already too late. Just try to buy some toilet paper now. There's reason for hope and optimism, even at this low point. The human race is first and foremost a learning organism. Each crisis provides an invaluable lesson and helps assure our continued survival. And that's what's most important in the end. 

Direct download: John_Rubino_16.Mar.20.mp3
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While silver may be down, it's not out. Things are happening at Greg Crowe's Silver One. At the Candelaria Project recent drill results were quite encouraging, with one hole returning 1129 over 8m true width, within a 27.62 meter interval that averaged 350 gm/t silver grams per ton.

As if that wasn't enough, a sample from the Company's recently acquired Phoenix Silver Project yielded a 417-pound native silver vein fragment in which a specific gravity test indicates high-grade silver. No assay was performed since this is an extremely rare museum grade specimen, worthy of preservation in its own right. While this might not be indicative of of the mineralization hosted on the property, but it's an amazing very positive find. 

Direct download: Greg_Crowe_Silver1_03.Mar.20.mp3
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