MK: Regarding the metals trading service mentioned in this vid, I heard about it, but did not see the value in it so didn’t think it was worth talking about on this site. I don’t trade silver. I buy and hold. Yes, I did meet Andrew Maguire in London at the Cheviot Sound Money Conference. He was supposed to be a speaker (see link). In fact, he was the reason I went to this conference, and rearranged my schedule, resulting in missing an opportunity to be a guest of David Mitchell’s on the debut show of “10 O’Clock Live” on Channel 4. But then AM pulled out at the last minute – much to the disappointment of those attending the conference, including myself. [If you follow the link and click on ‘speakers’ you will see Andrew’s name: Andrew Maguire Commodities Trader ‘Behind the curtain of precious metals price discovery’] At a dinner the night before the conference, Andrew told me he had a bombshell but was bound by a court ordered gag-order. I reported this information. I am still waiting, just like everyone else, to hear what he has to say. I get lots of emails asking when I will interview AM about this bombshell. It’s not up to me. It’s up to AM. Just to reiterate, the metals trading timing service I have zero interest in and haven’t looked at it because I don’t day-trade metals. Who to trust? Three people who I consider to be aces in the metals business are: James Turk (goldmoney.com), Mike Maloney (goldsilver.com) and David Morgan (silver-investor.com). On the research front, Ted Butler is the original silver vigilante for sure. Eric Sprott is the king of the gold and silver ETF business. GATA does an excellent job with its research. Watch Chris Powell’s presentation from the Cheviot Sound Money Conference, linked from the above link. It’s an excellent presentation and I believe anyone who watches it will come away with lots of respect for GATA.