The Largest Fraud In The History Of Financial Markets

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The Largest Fraud In The History Of Financial Markets

As ordinary retail investors rush to acquire physical silver, they are not only “FOLLOWING THE MONEY” in the example of gold and silver grab by central banks, hedge funds, sovereign wealth & family office funds, and high-net worth investors, but also ON A MISSION to force the truth to come out.

John Adams, chief economist at Good As Gold Australia, returns to Liberty and Finance to announce the latest breaking updates in the PHYSICAL SILVER GRAB, which has become a cause and a mission of the little guys and gals to GET REAL, DEMAND TRUE MONEY, and DRAIN THE SWAMP.

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Subject: Alma Adams

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Alma Shealey Adams (D-NC) is a committee member of the 116th Congress U.S. House Committee on Financial Services. She is an American politician who represents North Carolina’s 12th congressional district in the United States House of Representatives. A Democrat, Adams served as a member of the North Carolina General Assembly representing the state’s 58th House district in Guilford County from her appointment in April 1994 until her election to Congress, being succeeded by Ralph C. Johnson. Adams graduated from North Carolina A&T State University (BS, MS), and Ohio State University (PhD).

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U.S. House Banking Committee on Financial Services

Article: Investors are asking the wrong questions about sustainability

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Investors are asking the wrong questions about sustainability

Carol A Adams, 30 January 2020

When it comes to hitting the 2030 targets underpinning the UN’s 17 Sustainable Development Goals, considering risk alone will not cut it. Larry Fink’s recent emphasis on climate change risks and divesting in coal is significant, albeit a few decades late, but what about opportunities? And what about other sustainable development issues that threaten to bring businesses down? Continue reading “Article: Investors are asking the wrong questions about sustainability”