“The problems we’re facing
are 100% totally caused
by the US government”
Doug Casey, Casey Research
Government is a Monopoly of Force CaseyResearchFAN
Doug Casey speaks at the Casey Research/Sprott Summit
When Money Dies.
Oct 18, 2011
Douglas “Doug” Casey is an American-born free market economist, best-selling financial author, and international investor and entrepreneur. He is the founder and chairman of Casey Research, a provider of subscription financial analysis about specific market verticals that he has focused his investing career around, including natural resources/metals/mining, energy, commodities, and technology. Since 1979, he has written, and later co-written, the monthly metals and mining focused investment newsletter, The International Speculator. He also contributes to other newsletters, including The Casey Report, a geopolitically oriented publication.
His 1979 book Crisis Investing (1979) became the largest selling financial book in history, listing at #1 on the New York Times Best Seller list for a total of 12 non-consecutive weeks.
Casey is a frequent contributor to various financial websites, as well as to free-market online magazines, such as WorldNetDaily and LewRockwell.com, and the libertarian print publication Liberty, where he espouses his anarcho-capitalist leaning views. He also calls himself a “big fan” of libertarian publication, The Dollar Vigilante. He supported Ron Paul’s run for president in 2008.
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