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

Silver's Smoking Guns, Part 1: Mining Paradox

Silver's Smoking Guns, Part 1: Mining Paradox

There is no silver bubble, as three columns will show.

ECB Bond-Buying: The Rape of Europe Continues

ECB Bond-Buying: The Rape of Europe Continues

Austerity and bailouts are wringing the last drops out of already crippled economies.

Mining Companies: Why Smaller Is Better

Mining Companies: Why Smaller Is Better

The large-cap equation of fewer, bigger mines is an idiotic business model.

U.S. 'Democracy' Is a Sham: Opinion

U.S. 'Democracy' Is a Sham: Opinion

Anyone who thinks the American two-party system is democracy is insane.

Renminbi Relentlessly Replacing Dollar as Reserve Currency

Renminbi Relentlessly Replacing Dollar as Reserve Currency

There are enormous economic repercussions of a world suddenly awash in a massive glut of surplus dollars

Prosperity Index Shows Capitalism Kills

Prosperity Index Shows Capitalism Kills

Seeing which nations are rising and falling in rankings makes the case for socialism more appealing.

The Great Gold Scam

The Great Gold Scam

The world's central banks seem to be buying tremendous amounts of gold. Where is it coming from?

The Road to Bullion Default: Part II

The Road to Bullion Default: Part II

A decoupling of bullion and paper could be triggered by concerns about the large bullion funds.

The Road to Bullion Default: Part I

The Road to Bullion Default: Part I

Infinite money printing and market manipulation steer a path to disaster.

Credit Ratings Now Irrelevant to Bond Markets?

Credit Ratings Now Irrelevant to Bond Markets?

Corporate media is introducing us to a new pattern of manipulation.