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John Perkins

- Solari Inc.

Catherine Austin Fitts-

Catherine Austin Fitts served as Managing Director and Member of the Board of Directors of the Wall Street investment bank, Dillon, Read & Co., Inc. Catherine served as Assistant Secretary of Housing/Federal Housing Commissioner at HUD in the first Bush Administration and was the President and Founder of Hamilton Securities Group, Inc., a broker-dealer/investment bank and software developer that successfully completed $12 billion of transactions and $500 billion of portfolio strategy prototyping the Solari model. Catherine has a BA from the University of Pennsylvania, an MBA from The Wharton School, and studied Chinese at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. Catherine serves on the board of the Gold Antitrust Action Committee and publishes a column, Mapping the Real Deal, in Scoop Media in New Zealand.

- The Money Changer

Franklin Sanders -

For over 20 years Franklin Sanders has dealt in physical gold and silver and edited The Moneychanger, a monthly newsletter. In 1993 he wrote the book Silver Bonanza. Visit his website and download a free Gold, Silver, & Platinum Portfolio Calculator. It calculates acquisition cost, current market value, average unit value, and average cost per ounce for gold, silver, and platinum. With the portfolio calculator you will also receive free daily e-mail updates and market commentary for precious metals spot prices and bullion coin and bar prices. E-mail Franklin Sanders at

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