Jeff Nielson

Jeff Nielson is a writer, editor and managing partner of Bullion Bulls Canada, a precious metals Web site he founded with two partners in 2008. Bullion Bulls Canada provides precious metals commentary, economic analysis and mining information for its global audience. Jeff's academic background inlcudes four years of economics, along with a law degree obtained from the University of Biritish Columbia in 1989. Since then, he has published about 1,000 commentaries on mainstream news and precious metals Web sites around the world.

Recent Articles By The Author

Canada's Cyprus Blueprint

Canada's Cyprus Blueprint

Stephen Harper squirreled his way into office, and soon he may be leading Canada toward a massive bailout.

No Paper Is Safe From a Bail-In

No Paper Is Safe From a Bail-In

Don't trust the banks. Your deposits aren't safe from a Cyprus-style bail-in.

Bail-Ins Are Fraudulent

Bail-Ins Are Fraudulent

The bank robbery committed in Cyprus was based upon blatantly fraudulent reasoning.

Cyprus Steal: The West's Premeditated Bank Robbery

Cyprus Steal: The West's Premeditated Bank Robbery

This time it was stealing money out of bank accounts. Next time it might be confiscating pensions. The blueprint is in place.

Killing the Debt-Crisis 'Godzilla'

Killing the Debt-Crisis 'Godzilla'

All of the so-called bailouts have involved lending more money to already insolvent entities, thus feeding the beast.

Why Are Central Banks Buying Gold?

Why Are Central Banks Buying Gold?

The message here: Sell your paper money and buy gold as soon as possible.

The Cyprus Steal Vs. Wealth Taxation

The Cyprus Steal Vs. Wealth Taxation

A flat wealth tax is the only way to tax our economies fairly and efficiently while providing immediate economic stimulus.

The Boy Who Cried 'Exit Strategy'

The Boy Who Cried 'Exit Strategy'

Why do we continue to believe Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke knows what he's doing?

Panic in Detroit

Panic in Detroit

How did the Motor City get bankrupted? First, by the government's funny numbers, then by Wall Street's thirst for profits.

Too Big to Fail = Too Big to Jail

Too Big to Fail = Too Big to Jail

Wall Street criminal banks should be punished to the full extent of the law. Instead, they are being protected by the government.