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December 2, 2017 | This Week in Money

This Week in Money

This Week in Money presents leading financial news and market commentary from interesting, informative and profound guests. They are some of the financial world's most colorful and controversial thinkers, discussing the markets, economies and more! Hosted by radio veteran - Jim Goddard. New shows air Saturdays on Internet Radio. Archived online at

  • Ross Clark –  Sector Rotation
  • Danielle Park –  Financial Management,  Recession, and Energy
  • Mike Swanson –  Bitcoin and the Markets
  • Larry Reaugh President & CEO of American Manganese on Company Showcase – More International Exposure – Bloomberg – Focus on Mining Batteries.  Read Bloomberg Article “How to Mine Cobalt Without Going to Congo”  View  AMY Powerpoint.  Questions? Email Larry or Phone: 778.574.4444
  • Don Huston President & Chairman of Cypress Development on Company Showcase – Cypress Drilling Update – Lithium in Clayton Valley, Nevada.  Read the latest News.  View Corporate Presentation.  Questions?  Email  or Phone: 604.687.3376
  • Penny Green, President & COO of Glance Technologies on Company Showcase – Blockchain Technology Acquisition – Glance provides update and details on crypto strategy.  Read the latest News.  View the Corporate Presentation.  Questions? Email Christina Rao, Investor Relations or Phone (604) 723-7480

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This Week in Money Archives December 2nd, 2017

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  • Tony Veiga says:

    Cost analyses for production of electricity from various energy sources most probably already has been done. If those analyses have not been done there are plenty of engineers and accountants available to do them. If Ms. Park would assemble those analyses and prospect for investors I am sure she could raise the capital to finance any project she wishes to pursue. My guess is that, at the present time, none of the ideas Ms. Park has make economic sense which is necessary in a free market economy.

    From listening to Ms. Park over a period of time I think that she is a Progressive, elitist, redistributionist (from others to her), environmentalist who really dislikes Donald Trump and who wishes for a simpler time when evil humans did not despoil the earth; humans excluding her, her family, her friends, and those of like mind, of course. May I suggest that she lead mankind’s charge back to the 17th century by selling her possessions and moving to a secluded part of Ontario. This also would entail divesting all ownership of her financial firm which, I believe, specializes in investments in “environmentally friendly” companies. I would hate to unjustifiably impugn another’s motives so if I am wrong about Ms. Park I sincerely apologize but that is my unbiased, hopefully, opinion.

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