Jason Hommel

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Which should you buy, and why? Which will prove to be the better investment in the long term? Let's compare and contrast.
In the first few weeks of writing my report on silver stocks, a number of readers brought many new silver companies to my attention. Nevada Pacific Gold (NPG) was one of them that stood out of the crowd, and was brought to my attention by...
About 40 weeks ago, I produced a report on 17 silver stocks for Gold-Eagle.com.  It rocked the silver stock market.  Every silver junior stock listed was up in the following week, and every major silver stock was down the following week. ...
Fraud #1. Paper Money 
I don't believe in "efficient market theory" that states that all the important information is already known by the market, and that stock picking is somehow like throwing darts at a wall. In contrast, I believe that the more you study,...
Luke 6:35 But love your enemies, do good to them, and lend to them without expecting to get anything back. Then your reward will be great… Even in ancient scriptures, there is allusion to the fault of lending for the purpose of...
The stock of Sterling Mining (SRLM--pink sheets) has been a big winner in 2003, moving up from a base of about 50 cents a share in the summer, to hitting a high of $10 share by November. That's up by a factor of 20! A twenty-bagger! In...
There are misconceptions about our trade relations with China. Misguided U.S. patriots complain about the cheap Chinese labor taking away domestic jobs and U.S. politicians blame the cheap Chinese currency, and complain about the unfair...
Inflation is defined as an increase in volume of the money supply, and deflation, as a decrease. Thus, the money supply is said to be either growing (inflating) or shrinking (deflating). But there is a problem. The definitions for...
I have recently written how the price of gold could easily skyrocket towards infinity dollars per ounce as a result of a total dollar currency collapse, and how the gold price might stabilize at $32,567/oz. if the U.S. pledged its official...

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With gold stolen by Conquistador Francisco Pizarro from the Inca Empire in 1532, Spain financed its conquest of Europe.

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