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While this financial website welcomes comments and feedback from readers, please do not therefore assume that every comment will necessarily be published.

Sometimes this is because a comment is abusive or inaccurate or can not be verified – other times the comment is providing completely the opposite point of view, and that might be interesting but then it is not the opinion of the website, and this is not a general public forum with a right of reply.

It is not a matter of censorship – more a question of editing comments – and we hope our readers will understand.

Staff also do not respond to comment messages asking for advice or requesting personal meetings. Sometimes even responding online to such questions gives them a status that is misleading, and we simply do not have time to meet unknown people on vague promises that it might be interesting.

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Written by Peter Cooper

February 3, 2009 at 10:43 am

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  1. Just a note to thank you, Peter, for your being consistently clear and concise in your writing. I, for one, appreciate a good writer who can communicate abstract ideas in plain and precise English.

    Your recent article on Marc Faber was a gem of good writing.

    Thanks…

    Bob Kennedy

    Robert E Kennedy

    April 12, 2009 at 9:39 pm

  2. India is not always right. In the early 1980’s, Dubai became the hub for around 80 Million ounces of silver smuggled out of India and that did not prevent prices rising dramatically.
    Regards
    Philip

    Philip

    March 27, 2009 at 9:07 pm


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