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

Central Bank Gold-Grab Intensifies, Part I

Central Bank Gold-Grab Intensifies, Part I

Look, gold is scarce and growing in value, so many people are seizing any opportunity to deal it or steal it.

Precious Metals vs. Commodities

Precious Metals vs. Commodities

There could be a buying opportunity coming in gold and silver as investors exit the U.S. dollar.

Treasuries 'Sham' No Small Potatoes

Treasuries 'Sham' No Small Potatoes

As the U.S. Treasuries market teeters ever more precariously, any attempt to "explain" this looks equally shaky and unreliable.

How Your Bank Account Could Disappear

How Your Bank Account Could Disappear

Another MF Global situation highlights the risk of putting your cash into someone else's hands.

Crash Warning

Crash Warning

It's not a matter of if, but when.

Bankers' Fraud Now 'Too Big To Fail'

Bankers' Fraud Now 'Too Big To Fail'

Being allowed to exist with a status of "too big to fail" means a permanent license to blackmail.

The End of 'Dollar Mania'

The End of 'Dollar Mania'

Continuing to predict gold and silver prices in dollars is a fool's game.

Who's Propping Up the U.S. Treasury Market?

Who's Propping Up the U.S. Treasury Market?

You can't have a bubble in the equity and bond markets at the same time. So who's buying bonds?

The Real 'Goldilocks Economy,' Part III

The Real 'Goldilocks Economy,' Part III

The hollowing out of the middle class is putting the U.S. economy on a path of destruction.

The Real 'Goldilocks Economy,' Part II

The Real 'Goldilocks Economy,' Part II

Achieving the economic dream requires cultivation of a workforce.