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Robert Kientz

Robert Kientz

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Personal

  • Name: Robert Kientz
  • An author with FX Empire since April 2020

Education and Work Information

  • School(s) Attended: BS in Management of Information Systems from The University of Texas at Dallas
  • Honours and distinctions: Graduated Cum Laude.
  • Certification: None current, previously held Series 3, 6, 63, and 7
  • Job Title: Director
  • Company/Organization: Gold Silver Pros
  • Published on: SeekingAlpha, Talkmarkets, MiningFeeds, Gold-Eagle and other outlets.

Investing profile

  • Investing Style: Long term cycle trader
  • Area of Expertise: Precious Metals, Commodities, Stocks, Economic trends
  • Favorite instruments: Physical gold, commodity ETFs, real estate

About author

Robert Kientz is the editor and publisher of Gold Silver Pros.com. Our subscriber digest emphasizes long-term, cycle investing in the precious metals markets. Robert wrote a book in 2010 entitled Drop Shadow: The Truth About the Economy.

Robert’s work has been featured on Yahoo Finance, Market Watch, NASDAQ.com, Seeking Alpha, Talk Markets, Stockhouse, Mining Feeds, APMEX, Gold$eek, Financial Sense, Technically Speaking, and Silver Doctors, among others.

His formal education consists of a Masters degree in Information Security and a B.Sc in Business Administration. He started in finance two decades ago receiving college instruction in accounting, finance, marketing, and global business.

In addition, he have completed government-issued financial license programs in the commodities, Forex, bonds, insurance, stocks, and precious metals markets.

Further, Robert has over 18 years experience as a real estate investor, having founded and run two companies in Texas that purchase, rent, manage, and sell investment real estate.

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