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

Losing Jobs and Lying About It: Opinion

Losing Jobs and Lying About It: Opinion

The U.S. government paints a rosy picture of the economy but Federal Reserve actions show otherwise.

'Paper Gold' Vs. Real Gold

'Paper Gold' Vs. Real Gold

There is only one explanation for the gold deficit in India: the underpricing of gold versus its own paper currency.

Digging for Opportunity in Precious Metals, Part 3

Digging for Opportunity in Precious Metals, Part 3

This series concludes with a look at the difference between investing in large-cap vs. junior miners in the precious metals sector.

Digging for Opportunity in Precious Metals, Part 2

Digging for Opportunity in Precious Metals, Part 2

If a sector at 'low tide' can have a 12-year rising trend behind it, imagine where it will go when the tide finally comes in.

Digging for Opportunity in Precious Metals, Part I

Digging for Opportunity in Precious Metals, Part I

For 12 years the mainstream media have warned silver and gold are a bad investment. Here's why they're wrong.

What Will 'Debt Jubilee' Look Like?

What Will 'Debt Jubilee' Look Like?

Imagine your country hitting the reset button, burning all of its bad debts. But that's where the party ends.

The Currency War, Part II

The Currency War, Part II

The con has already gone down and currencies are effectively worthless. All that remains is for the chumps to realize they've been had.

The Currency War, Part I

The Currency War, Part I

Contrary to what we're told, the crisis is in revenue, not spending.

Revenge of the Absurd: U.S. Sues S&P

Revenge of the Absurd: U.S. Sues S&P

In 2007, all the ratings agencies were reading from the same script, written by the Fed.

Wall Street's 'Innovation' for Mortgages

Wall Street's 'Innovation' for Mortgages

'No money down' and 'home equity' are just another way the banks are enslaving people who want to own a home.