PETER SCHIFF

PETER SCHIFF

Tuesday, October 20, 2009

Peter Schiff on Brazil Student Loans the Dollar and much more

Schiff Report Video blog Oct 20th 2009


Brazil Real tuition costs the dollar collapsing


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3 comments:

  1. Peter,

    Why is Warren Buffet some kind of hero in your eyes?
    Dealing in Coke by-products is mighty profitable, but it doesn't make you a financial genius. Wells Fargo = Seeing-Eye-A.
    WB is the shadow in the Franklin Scandal. Lock your children up when he comes to town.
    WB has turned "philanthropist" (depopulationist) because that's the deal--the ill-gotten gains have to be returned according to the orders of his handlers.

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  2. Please fix that microphone, and get a backup so you never have to use that microphone again . . . Aside from that, looks like the hyperinflation is getting closer and closer, you have been right all the way along, I'm thinking about another 12 months before things get serious economically, unless we have some type of catlytic event before then.

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  3. loans students should be made easier to get.many students who wish doing higher studies go for student loans,so all measures have to be taken so that they get their loan sanctioned.to my knowledge many of them got their loans from student loan and are pursuing their higher studies.

    i find it good reading your site,when ever i find free time as its so informative.

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