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Rick Rule congratulates himself on his likely remaining lifespan
12:28p ET Thursday, April 18, 2013
Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:
Interviewed today by King World News, Sprott Asset Management's Rick Rule offers the tedious, cynical, and, essentially corrupt old rationalization for market rigging, a rationalization that could be offered by the market riggers themselves: that it should be welcomed by anyone who has the time and resources to profit from it. People who are being cheated in the here and now and have neither the remaining lifespan nor the resources to recover from it are dispensable, along with free markets.
Rule congratulates himself for being among those with the likely longer remaining lifespan and the resources, and characterizes this self-congratulation as investment advice.
But at least at the very end of the interview Rule also forwards a friend's description of the gold buying frenzy underway in Hong Kong. It's posted at the King World News blog here:
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