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Subject: SLW and the Coming Storm Date: 1/15/2013 4:33 PM
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"While the fiscal cliff was avoided in the strictest sense, many of the issues involved heading into the year are far from resolved. Sequestration cuts were delayed, not cancelled, and the debt ceiling is still looming large on the horizon . While the details of the war are different, Congress and the White House are drawing the same battle lines and taking the same stances that technically led us over the fiscal cliff -- a backdated deal was the saving grace . Against this backdrop, the economy finds itself in the same jeopardy that it was a few short weeks ago. Credible estimates suggest that the government will run out of money on February 15 . In this environment, Silver Wheaton (NYSE: SLW ) remains one of the best ways to protect your portfolio. (more...)

http://www.fool.com/investing/general/2013/01/14/silver-whea...

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