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'Safe Haven' Lives On

On April 4, I received an email from my friend Bruce Stratton at SafeHaven.Com informing me that on April 24 he was calling it quits after decades of involvement in the financial industry.

He was one of the original bloggers, starting about three years before I started my blog.

Thankfully Bruce has found someone else to take over the site, and the content is as good as ever.

As of April 4 Bruce had posted 40,992 articles of which 1,433 were by me. His first post was was April 3, 2000.

Check out the recent posts.

Safe Haven still lives on!

Second on the above list is another friend of mine, John Rubino at Dollar Collapse.

Both sites are worth a bookmark.

 

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