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Jason Hamlin Interviewed on ‘Wall Street for Main Street’ Podcast

Jason Burack of Wall St for Main St interviewed returning guest, successful small-cap stock and cryptocurrency investor, entrepreneur and creator of the Gold Stock Bull Investment Newsletter that covers precious metals and cryptocurrencies, Jason Hamlin.

Jason has a successful track record of beating the odds and has had routinely good years investing in small cap stocks despite commodities being in a bear market for awhile now. During this very in depth, very long interview, Jason talks about what central banks did in 2017 and what they may do in 2018, how he researches potential investments, and his views on precious metals, cobalt, uranium, marijuana and cryptocurrency and ICO markets. Very gracious with his time, Jason also gives away some very interesting stock picks and crypto picks throughout the interview (do your own due diligence or sign up for Jason’s paid newsletter!). Although the interview is over an hour, it is well worth your time!

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By |2018-02-03T00:07:03+00:00February 3rd, 2018|Blockchain, Cryptocurrencies, Gold Stock Picks, marijuana stocks, Predictions|

About the Author:

Jason is the founder of goldstockbull.com. He previously worked in data analytics for the world's largest research firm, consulting to Fortune 500 companies globally. Jason eventually leveraged those skills to trade successfully full-time and after helping friends and family optimize their investments, he launched Gold Stock Bull and The GSB Contrarian Report newsletter. Jason is a cycles investor with a contrarian eye for identifying undervalued assets. He has built an expertise in both the precious metals and cryptocurrency markets. Jason believes in honest money, limited government, decentralization of power and enjoys studying alternative economic models.