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Freedom Fest Panel – Alternative Investing – The Mangru Report on Fox Business September 24, 2010

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Watch extended coverage from Freedom Fest 2010 with Dan Mangru moderating a special panel on Alternative Investing.  While so many investors are confused as to what that actually is, for the purposes of this panel alternative investing is any type of investment outside of stocks, bonds, options and mutual funds.

The panel features David McAlvany of McAlvany Wealth Management, Van Simmons of David Hall Rare Coins, Jack T. Reed author of How to Protect Your Life Savings, and Terry Coxon of Passport IRA.  They will provide key insights on topics such as gold investing, the currencies most likely to beat the U.S. dollar and why the U.S. dollar might be good to hold in the short run, whether investors should pay down debt as opposed to making new investments, how to buy real estate during hyperinflation, and the importance of liquidity.

Doug Casey To Appear On The Mangru Report On Fox Business This Saturday and Sunday August 5, 2010

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Famous contrarian investor, Doug Casey (Founder of Casey Research) will sit  down with Dan Mangru for a candid one-on-one interview.  During the interview, Doug Casey will discuss why base metals are not an attractive investment at this point, why he believes investors might see 1000 to 1 returns in Zimbabwe, and why hyperinflation is very possible in the United States.  In addition, Casey also will tell Dan Mangru what he thinks about the Tea Party and whether or not America is dead.

Also be sure to watch extended coverage from Freedom Fest 2010 of the Alternative Investing Panel with Dan Mangru featuring David McIlvany, Jack Reed, Terry Coxon, and Van Simmons.

The Mangru Report panel of experts for this upcoming episode will be former member of English Parliament John Browne, gold and precious metals expert Anthony Pulieri, and advertising and marketing guru Jim Whelan.