Peter Schiff

Peter Schiff is president and chief global strategist of Euro Pacific Capital, a full-service NASD-registered broker-dealer that specializes in foreign securities. He is a recognized expert in the foreign securities markets as well as the currency and gold markets. Schiff delivers lectures at major economic and investment conferences and is often quoted in print media, including The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, Los Angeles Times, Barron¿s, Business Week, Time and Fortune. His broadcast credits include regular guest appearances on CNBC, Fox Business, CNN, MSNBC and Fox News Channel as well as hosting a weekly radio show. He is also the author of two bestselling books: Crash Proof: How to Profit from the Coming Economic Collapse and The Little Book of Bull Moves in Bear Markets.

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Recent Articles By The Author

Growing Trade Deficit Threatens Recovery

Growing Trade Deficit Threatens Recovery

The trade deficit in January represents the largest monthly trade gap figure since October 2008.

Peter Schiff: Fed's Pledge Cracks Dollar's Foundation

Peter Schiff: Fed's Pledge Cracks Dollar's Foundation

Could it be that investors have finally realized that the Fed is the most dovish of all the world's central banks?

The Politics of Gold Investment

The Politics of Gold Investment

The presidential campaign suggests several possible futures for the dollar and gold, based on the past actions of each candidate.

Rick Perry's Tax Plan Is 'Alternative Maximum Tax'

Rick Perry's Tax Plan Is 'Alternative Maximum Tax'

By setting a cap of 20% on income, Rick Perry is proposing what amounts to an inversion of the hated Alternative Minimum Tax.

On the Recent Gold Pullback: Opinion

On the Recent Gold Pullback: Opinion

Gold investors should not worry about the recent pullback in the precious metal, because the fundamentals still argue for much higher prices.