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article imagePeter Schiff to be a regular guest on CNBC twice a week

By Andrew Moran     Mar 9, 2010 in Business
New York - Peter Schiff, President of Euro Pacific Capital and Republican Senatorial candidate for the state of Connecticut, has announced that he will be a regular guest on the CNBC program "Fast Money."
In a press release e-mailed to Digital Journal, Peter Schiff, Republican Senatorial candidate, announced on Monday that he will be a regular guest twice weekly for the CNBC financial program “Fast Money.”
Between 5 p.m. and 6 p.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays, if time permits him, he will appear as a guest on the show to provide his input and in-depth analysis of the current economic state of affairs not only in the United States but across the globe as well.
“This is a huge boost to friends of the free market everywhere, and a demonstration of our increasing influence. While we believe in the principles of economic liberty, television networks must respond to ratings first,” said Schiff, the author of “Crash Proof 2.0.”
Schiff further added that since CNBC has given Schiff the regular opportunity, he wants to give credit to the news organization but urged his clients, friends and supporters to reward them by promoting those who speak truth instead of propaganda.
The author of “The Little Book of Bull Moves in a Bear Market” also stated in the press release that those who are against the current financial policies of Washington and despise the advice given by commentators on Wall Street can now watch him give his analysis because he’s “not a stock pumper or crony capitalist.”
“Im out there trying to present basic economics to Americans so that our country can prosper. CNBC has given me a good platform. Lets build on it.”
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