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How founder of "Sweden's riskiest fund" stays ahead in niche market

Scientific research reports are the favorite sources of information for the founder of Auag Fonder, Eric Strand. In an interview with Swedish website Realtid.se, he describes how he stays at the forefront of the market and why the price of silver is going to soar.

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Silver enthusiast and founder of Auag Fonder, Eric Strand, rarely reads Swedish news. In an interview with Swedish investors' website Realtid.se, the high-profile fund manager explains his methods to stay ahead in the market.

"I have to get my ideas before they become news. When the media pick up something, it is usually too late for me to act on it. Therefore, I follow a number of commodity experts and researchers who are into silver and other commodities at an international level. My favorite is Ted Butler, nobody knows more about silver than he does," Eric Strand tells Realtid.

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