THE MATTERHORN INTERVIEW: “The Current Financial System Will Be Totally Destroyed“

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GoldSwitzerland has posted a new item, “The Current Financial System Will Be Totally Destroyed“ – an interview conducted by Lars Schall with John Embry, the chief investment strategist at Sprott Asset Management.

By Lars Schall

In an exclusive interview for Matterhorn Asset Management, Lars Schall discusses with Sprott Asset Management’s chief investment strategist, John Embry, the gold market manipulation. Embry talks about the motives and the means of certain interests to prevent a free gold market; tells the reason why the gold price will remain high; shows the opportunities in silver; and explains: “Gold is about the furthest thing from a bubble that I can think of.“

You may view the full post at:
http://goldswitzerland.com/index.php/the-matterhorn-interview-with-john-embry-february-2012/.

The interviewee:

An industry expert in precious metals, his experience as a portfolio management specialist spans more than 45 years: John Embry, the chief investment strategist at Sprott Asset Management. He began his investment career as a Stock Selection Analyst and Portfolio Manager at Great West Life. Mr. Embry then became a Vice President of Pension Investments for the entire firm. After 23 years with the firm, he became a Partner at United Bond and Share, the investment counseling firm acquired by Royal Bank in 1987. Afterwards he was named Vice-President, Equities and Portfolio Manager at RBC Global Investment Management, a $33 billion organization where he oversaw $5 billion in assets, including the Royal Canadian Equity Fund and the Royal Precious Metals Fund. In March 2003 Mr. Embry joined  Sprott Asset Management with focus on the Sprott Gold and Precious Minerals Fund and the Sprott Strategic Offshore Gold Fund Ltd. He plays an instrumental role in the corporate and investment policy of the firm.

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