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

The Prison Economy May Be Our Only Economy: Opinion

The Prison Economy May Be Our Only Economy: Opinion

What will be the secret to Corporate America's "success" in the 21st century? Chain gangs.

Does a Gold Supply Crisis Loom?

Does a Gold Supply Crisis Loom?

It's almost beyond comprehension that the world's largest gold miners chose bankers, who hate the bullion market, as their spokesmen.

'Zero Inflation' in U.S. = Hyperinflation Warning?: Opinion

'Zero Inflation' in U.S. = Hyperinflation Warning?: Opinion

Out of a seeming morass of absurd lies a clear script emerges: QE3 is a done deal.

Iceland Was Right, We Were Wrong: The IMF

Iceland Was Right, We Were Wrong: The IMF

What was Iceland's approach for a solving a financial crisis? To do the exact opposite of everything the bankers running our economies told us to do.

Deutsche Bank Proclaims Currencies Are Worthless!: Opinion

Deutsche Bank Proclaims Currencies Are Worthless!: Opinion

If bankers are now saying currency dilution does not cause the value of currencies to decline, why hasn't Ben Bernanke been fired?

Banks Stealing Our Wealth and Our Sovereignty: Opinion

Banks Stealing Our Wealth and Our Sovereignty: Opinion

Gold protects economic sovereignty while bankers can decree a nation worthless, such as Greece.

Crime of the Millennium

Crime of the Millennium

There is now somewhere in excess of $200 trillion in debt sloshing around the global economy, most of that debt being totally fraudulent.

The Tortoise and the Hare

The Tortoise and the Hare

'Slow and steady still wins the race' is no longer the basic principle of investing.

The Implication of Currency Dilution

The Implication of Currency Dilution

Diluting a product has reduced its value and thus we refuse to pay the same price for it. Except when it comes to paper money.

Central Bank Gold-Grab Intensifies, Part II

Central Bank Gold-Grab Intensifies, Part II

Never try to outwit a rigged game.