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Mike Swanson

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Michael Swanson is the founder and head editor of He ran a hedge fund from 2003 to 2006 that generated a return of over 78% for its investors during that time frame and in one year was ranked in the top thirty-five hedge funds among several thousand tracked by He received a Masters Degree in history from the University of Virginia in 1998 and since retiring from the hedge fund world writes about global investment trends, the financial markets, and American history. Radio - Could Crytocurrencies be signalling an end to Bull Markets? Radio - Is Bitcoin connected to the Stock Market? Radio - Can 1300 Cryptocurrencies survive? Radio - Two Day Blip on Stock Markets Not Much of a Concern Radio - Stock markets have been good at ignoring news so far Radio - Many markets outside of Canada and the US are booming Radio - Small Business vs. Governments and Lobbyists Radio - Not everyone cheering iPhone X facial recognition Radio - What was missing from Trump Tax Cut Plan? Radio - If markets become unstable where should your  money go? Radio - Will those who dropped financial advisors for ETF’s regret it? Radio - Is Gold helpful to survive any harsh correction ? Radio - Can US economy hold on long enough for Trump to do something?

June 21st, 2017 | Gold – $700 or $1300? Radio - OPEC cuts likely not enough to boost oil prices Radio - Agricultural commodities at an all time low Radio - Profit taking from equity markets not a bad idea? Radio - Out side the “Fast Five” US Equities not all that hot Radio - What is more real for US economy, stats or sentiment?

March 29th, 2017 | Fear of Gold Radio - What warning signs to look for to predict market correction? Radio - Insiders avoiding stock market madness Radio - No obvious warning signs of US recession Radio - Gold, diversification, good Trump insurance Radio - Trump policies on US Dollar all over the map Radio - Is Crude stable for quite some time ?

December 21st, 2016 | Gold – Why Is China Buying? Radio - Uber Posts Surprising $ 3  Billion Loss
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