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akak
2nd June 2009, 01:56
What Jon Nadler Doesn’t Want You to Know About Gold


By Thomas J. Aveni, MSFP
May 28, 2009


Gold – since 1999, it’s what I’ve been suggesting that you invest in. It was $255 an ounce then, and few people gave it any chance of competing with stocks, bonds or real estate. It was so “yesterday.”

Back then, adding to the dismal outlook of gold were Establishment naysayers, the most prolific of which was Andy Smith, then of Mitsui Precious Metals. Andy Smith was absolutely scary. He was bright and extremely articulate. And, he was highly connected to the gold cabal – he was one of their most prized disinformation mouth pieces. When gold finally surpassed $300, and then $320, Andy Smith confidently proclaimed that gold was a dead-end investment. When it surpassed $400, Smith predicted that it would eventually sink below $200. As you know, gold didn’t stop at $400, or $500, or $600. It has surpassed $1,000 before its current respite.

My point? Andy Smith is now but a soiled footprint in the history of gold investing. He became the laughing stock of the precious metals investment community. Accordingly, he’s not been heard from in many years now.

Enter Andy Smith II: JON NADLER

Who is Jon Nadler? And, why is he the resident Kitco “disinformation specialist”? You’ll seldom find a negative article about gold investing that he isn’t quoted in, or a negative article about gold that he doesn’t reference. Why? Is he stupid, dishonest or both? You be the judge.


Continued at: http://www.tomaveni.com/Commentary/Nadler-01.htm

skijake
2nd June 2009, 09:49
Have you ever wondered why the Andy Smiths of the world aren't tracked down and asked to respond as to their crazy predictions and asinine investment advice? THAT would make interesting reading and would give people a greater insight in their decision making.
We all want predictions of the future but how about going back and looking at what these knuckleheads actually said in the recent past. The one great thing about a Nadler type is once you see where there coming from and how consistentley they are wrong you can use them as a compass. They say go South, of course I go North.
They offer very accurate disinformation. Live and Learn:rolleyes:

akak
2nd June 2009, 14:47
The one great thing about a Nadler type is once you see where there coming from and how consistentley they are wrong you can use them as a compass. They say go South, of course I go North.
They offer very accurate disinformation.


Skijake, I could not have said it better myself!

The one thing that really outrages me is that many, many naive or novice followers and investors of gold and silver are continually scared off or put into constant doubt by these disinfo-spreading SOB's ---- as I was once myself.