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Status Report as of: October 20, 2016 Date business started: January 27, 2016 Total sales to date: $462,718 Total units to date: 13021 Yesterday's sales $3021 30 day sales: $81,608 30 day unit sales: 2501 Current Number of Products: 7... more

Before Gordon T. Long joined the financial world, he was an engineer working at large manufacturing companies. That's why he's particularly well placed to pick up on an emerging trend, the deterioration of the global supply chain.... more

Bryan Slusarchuck President of K92 Mining and FSN partner joined us today. When we last spoke, the Irumafimpa mine was just ramping up. As of October 5 production has started. As if that wasn't enough, a preliminary economic... more

?Thinking far into the future isn't something that everyone does as we always assume that we will have time for that later when we're older. This is a huge misconception and estate planning should happen at important stages in your... more

What Will Happen Next Wednesdays with Andrew Hoffman: Tonight's most important debate ever, ahead of the most important election ever Fed rate hike in December? LOL, what will America look like in December? Historic Precious... more

The media has been exposed as being corrupt to its very core. And with so is everything else. Propaganda has been keeping the markets propped up. How much longer can it continue on? Probably not much longer than the election.... more

Jason Stevens from Sprott joined us today. With the recent large move in the Gold and Silver miners the time might be right to start looking at other beaten down parts of the resource sector, particularly Uranium and Copper. Uranium is... more

Things are heating up in Syria and Hillary Clinton thinks the US should be taking a more aggressive posture. The question is who do we support? There's a lot of players and we don't really know who are friends are? In addition, it could lead... more

According to Andrew Zatlin the economic data are starting to conflict and that could mean we are approaching an inflection point. Less people are dining out in restaurants, buying diamonds and expensive Manhattan real estate. This can't... more

It's all playing out as expected. Central banks are stepping on the monetary accelerator in hopes that this time really will be different. Where have we heard that before? At the same time political instability is increasing. Wikileaks is... more