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I. M. Vronsky

I. M. Vronsky

Contributor since: 03 May 2016

Biography

Founder of GOLD-EAGLE in January 1997. Vronsky has over 40 years' experience in the international investment world, having cut his financial teeth in Wall Street as a Financial Analyst. He believes gold and silver will soon be recognized as legal tender in all 50 US states (Utah and Arizona having already passed laws to that effect). Vronsky speaks three languages with indifference: English, Spanish and Brazilian Portuguese. His education includes university degrees in Engineering, Liberal Arts a MBA in International Business Administration - qualifying as Phi Beta Kappa in all three.

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