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Eric & David Coffin

Eric & David Coffin

Contributor since: 26 Feb 2010

Biography

David Coffin and Eric Coffin have been publishing the HRA newsletters since 1995. During that period, HRA has become famous for in depth coverage, broad hands-on understanding of the industry and the metals markets and unparalleled access to success stories not covered by any other publication.. Of course, HRA has also become famous for delivering exceptional gains for their readers, regularly beating benchmark indices by as much as 100% with gains on individual stocks of well in excess of 1000%

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