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The low price of precious metals suits Russia well, for now

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From Lars Schall.com

PODCAST INTERVIEW: In this 15 minute interview Lars Schall talks to Grant Williams about the Achilles’ heel of COMEX, that could in theory be exploited by Russia to create some financial havoc in the U.S. They also discuss the strength of the US dollar and whether there is a correlation between a strong US dollar and a weak oil price.
By Lars Schall

The following interview was originally produced and published here by Matterhorn Asset Management in Zurich, Switzerland.

The low price of precious metals suits Russia well, for now

Grant Williams is the portfolio and strategy advisor to the Vulpes Investment Management hedge fund in Singapore. Grant has 30 years experience in finance on the Asian, Australian, European and US markets and has held senior positions at several international investment houses. Since 2009 he has been writing the popular blog “Things That Make You Go Hmmm…”. In 2014 Grant Williams and Raoul Pal launched RealVision Television – https://realvisiontv.com/ -, a totally unique web-based channel which contains a number of exceptionally thought-provoking interviews with intelligent, free-thinking individuals.

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