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Bill O'Neill, Commodities Expert on Possible Federal Reserve Regulations

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Your host Miguel Perez-Santalla, Vice President of BullionVault is joined by Bill O’Neill a partner at LOGIC Advisors LLC  a leader in strategic and tactical, macro-economic guidance to major participants in the world's commodity markets. Their discussion will cover last year’s decline of the commodities market and the recent announcemnt of possible regulation of Banker's activities in the commodities market.

Bill started with Conti Commodities in 1975 where he was a research analyst of both agricultural and industrial commodities. In 1981, he joined Rudolf Wolff, a prominent London metals firm, as Vice President of Research with an emphasis on gold as well as base metals.  In 1987, Mr. O'Neill joined Merrill Lynch where he was First President/Managing Director of Commodity Research. At its height, commodities provided over $200 million in annual revenues to Merrill. He remained with ML until 2002 when the firm exited commodities and started LOGIC Advisors LLC in partnership with another former Merrill employee, Ronald Lawson. He has also served as a Director of the American Copper Council as well as a consultant to the New York Federal Reserve and the CIA.

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About Miguel Perez-Santalla

A passionate advocate for retail investors and a regular speaker at industry and media events, Miguel Perez-Santalla has more than 30 years’ experience in the precious metals business. He is a Vice President of BullionVault, the world’s largest precious metals exchange for gold and silver.

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