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Originally posted by Electricneo
Invest in silver according to Bob Chapman who was recruited by CIA
then turned them down when he realized the 4th Reich ran things.
Bob Chapman is the world's leading expert on silver and gold
having worked in these markets for 52 years.
Listen to the experts
Gold analyst 'disappears' following WND report
Touter of Silverado stock rumored to have fled country after story ran
- Bob Chapman was last seen at the 2003 Vancouver Investment Conference, held Jan. 26 and 27, where he was a featured speaker.
Sources report that Chapman had a lawyer by his side throughout the event.
Since then, several analysts report that Chapman's phone has been disconnected, that he has not replied to e-mail and that he is weeks behind in filing promised financial reports to editors.
- "Three weeks ago [Chapman] disappeared," said Bill Murphy, chairman of the Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee."We can't find him. Word is he's gone to Mexico."
Continued Murphy: "I'm not happy with this situation. I have few facts to deal with. He's written for my site for four years. He's missed three Saturdays now. I don't know what's happened. It's not showing courtesy for him to not tell others what he's doing.
- Long history of disciplinary sanctions
Florida: On Feb. 4, 1986, the state comptroller issued a Cease and Desist Order against Chapman for selling unregistered securities when not a registered person;
Connecticut: On Feb. 2, 1987, the banking commissioner issued an Order to Cease and Desist against Chapman for selling securities when not registered as a broker-dealer;
Alabama: On March 17, 1987, the director of the state Securities Commission issued a temporary Cease and Desist Order against Chapman for selling securities when not registered as a securities salesman;
Wisconsin: On June 15, 1987, the state commissioner of securities issued an Order of Prohibition and Revocation against Chapman for offering unregistered securities for sale;
Michigan: On May 18, 1988, the director of the state Corporation and Securities Bureau issued a Final Order to Revoke and Deny Exemption and to Cease and Desist for transacting business as an agent without being registered and for omitting to state material facts in connection with the offer and sale of securities;
South Dakota: On June 10, 1988, the state director of the Division of Securities issued an order denying agent registration against Chapman, stating that such an order was necessary for the public interest;
Montana: On Sept. 22, 1988, the state auditor and commissioner of securities issued a Final Cease and Desist Order against Chapman for selling unregistered securities when not registered as a salesman;
Georgia: On July 31, 1989, the state commissioner of securities issued an Order of Prohibition against Chapman for selling securities when not registered as a securities salesman;
California: On Sept. 6, 1989, the commissioner of corporations for the state of California barred Chapman from employment with, or management or control of, any broker-dealer or investment adviser licensed by the state of California for selling unqualified securities. - Article