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Doug Casey, Rick Rule, and Jayant Bhandari – The West vs the Rest

Doug Casey, founder of Casey Research, is one of the most sought after speakers. He has written two New York Times bestsellers, including “Crisis Investing,” which was #1 for 19 weeks. He frequently contributes to and the Liberty. He has recently co-published two new books: “Drug Lord (High Ground)” and “Speculator (High Ground)”.

Rick Rule is one of the most successful investors anywhere. He started his career working as a security guard at False Creek in Vancouver. He is currently the President and CEO of Sprott US Holdings Inc., one of the biggest and most successful money managers in the resource sector. He is a living proof of what he loves to say, “Your biggest problem is not the state and its tyranny, but what is between your two ears.” Mr. Rule emphasizes that fulfillment comes from individual achievement, and that advances in the condition of mankind occur through voluntary rather than coercive exchanges.

Jayant Bhandari is a contributing editor of the Liberty magazine and has written for the Mises Institute, the Mises Institute (Canada), Casey Research, Le Québécois Libre, Sprott’s Thoughts,, etc.

This speech was given at the Capitalism & Morality seminar in Vancouver, Canada, on Saturday, 3 August 2019.

Doug Casey, Rick Rule, and Jayant Bhandari - The West vs the Rest

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Jayant Bhandari
Jayant Bhandari grew up in India. He advises institutional investors on investing in the junior mining industry. He writes on political, economic and cultural issues for several publications. He is a contributing editor of the Liberty magazine. He runs a yearly seminar in Vancouver titled Capitalism & Morality.
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