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David Skarica Editor of The Gold Stock Advisor From Newsmax

By Christian Hill   |   Wednesday, 13 Jun 2012 03:00 PM

David Skarica is the editor of Newsmax’s research letter The Gold Stock Adviser. David’s goal with The Gold Stock Adviser is to help you get rich by buying into the hottest investment opportunities in the precious metals market.

David Skarica’s experience in the financial markets is extensive, even for someone of a relatively young age. He started researching the markets at the age of 16, and realizing that investments were his passion in life, became at the age of 18 the youngest person on record to pass the Canadian Securities Course.

A few short years later he started writing his first newsletter, Addicted to Profits, and published his first book, Stock Market Panic! How to Prosper in the Coming Bear Market
David Skarica editor of The Gold Stock Advisor
It was from his newsletter that David Skarica first alerted readers in 2000 to shift out of tech and industrial stocks and into precious metals, a prescient move that protected his readers from a serious bear market.

Then, in 2005, David made yet another accurate prediction. He warned his readers that a real estate collapse would happen soon and that the price of homebuilder stocks would fall 70% to 90%. That summer, the price of homebuilder stocks peaked, and soon lost 86% on their way to a bottom in the fall of 2008.

Finally, at the depth of the financial panic in 2008, David Skarica alerted his readers to the “excessively” cheap valuations in the gold and precious metals stocks. Since his comments, many of these stocks have risen between 100% to 200%.

Dave Skarica Says That More Fed Easing Will Push Inflation, Gold Higher. Click here to watch interview
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In The Gold Stock Adviser research letter, David Skarica brings you all of his knowledge and experience investing in gold and precious metals, so that you can experience the life-changing gains that often occur in this corner of the financial markets.

With the United States printing more and more money in an attempt to jumpstart the economy, and the Federal Reserve announcing it will keep interest rates low until at least 2014, the dollar is under attack. There is little doubt that eventually all of these new dollars sloshing around the economy will result in massive levels of inflation in the not-too-distant future.

And when that happens, history has shown that one of the best ways to fight inflation is to own an asset like gold. That’s because gold is a real asset, and unlike U.S .dollars, the amount of gold in circulation can’t be easily increased by adding a zero to the end of a bank balance, like the Fed has done with U.S. dollars.

As Dave Skarica points out, “You need to look no further than the deepening U.S. debt, which only gets more insurmountable by the minute, to know that at some point all the ‘quantitative easing’ the Federal Reserve can muster won’t matter.

“Smart investors know what is on the other end of today’s situation. You have to be able to look three steps ahead in markets. That’s how investors have made money throughout history.

“By looking ahead, you can see that the result of slowdowns in Asia and Europe will be just more monetary loosening and more money printing. Asian countries have already begun to cut interest rates.

“By year’s end, we’ll experience large rallies in gold, precious metals, and other commodities.

“To predict the future of gold, no crystal ball is required . . . just a dose of economic reality, historical perspective, and common sense.

“Gold is the way to truly protect your assets!”
 
Dave Skarica and The Gold Stock Adviser research letter,
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