Gold and Prayers

Below is a link to my latest thoughts on gold, the financial markets and the world today.

As many long-time clients and readers know, I left the metals and mining world almost three years ago. Along with that, I stopped doing most media interviews and “retired” my soothsayer outfit.

However, I continue to do interviews for because several years ago, this very young man at the time, who had been living in his car in order to get his business off the ground, approached me at one of the gold shows I was speaking at, and asked me to be his guest on his show.

Since then, Chris’s show grew to be among the most popular ones in that market arena, and he’s one of the very few people in all my years of doing interviews, who was clearly appreciative of our time spent (and also trying to live a Godly life despite all the “earthly” riches his and my soul would always desire).

I do the shows now not for the publicity it once brought (I’m out of that racket), but to honor our friendship and the work Chris continues to do.

After we finished the interview you’re about to hear, Chris and I had a very long talk about many things, and especially our faith. He then told me his wife Jennifer, has cancer, and is going through heavy Chemo. He asked that I pray for her.

Would you honor me by honoring Chris and keeping his wife Jennifer in your prayers?

Here’s the interview.

“Do nothing out of selfishness or out of vainglory; rather, humbly regard others as more important than yourselves, each looking out not for his own interests, but also everyone for those of others. Philippians 2:3-4