Simon Heapes

Simon Heapes

Simon Heapes

Simon Heapes

Simon’s views are contrarian and challenging to most main- stream financial analysts and economists when Educating on the need for Gold and Silver Bullion as a Foundation for Investors Portfolios. His views encompass the age old moral ethic that “A Good Man Leaves an Inheritance to his childrens children”! for Securing their Families Future Generations. He lectures on an aspect of economics that very few people in our communities know anything about, let alone understand!

Exposing Businessmen and Investors to the realities of Cyclical and Seasonal Trends that one may make wise and prudent decisions in relation to the times we live in today. Simon looks at the “Generationally Wealthy” and what they do to position and take advantage of all sectors throughout the entire economic cycle.

Simon is constantly Studying the need for “ethics” in economics and the time honoured respect “Just Weights and Measures” have in relation to today’s debt backed fiat currencies. Cross spectrum analysis of Investments and their potential and or risk is one of Simon’s highest observations giving consideration to the Fundamentals of Wealth Creation, Relationship, Ownership, Privacy and Protection.
He is an International Speaker and Educator on the subject of Gold and Silver Bullion as Money. He contributes to the Anglo Far-East Bullion Company’s Research Department, analysing strategic geopolitical shifts and Global economic trends and is kept informed daily by a well connected network of High Net Worth Individuals World-Wide.

“The Economic Season has changed, it’s just a matter of time before the crowd wakes up and realizes it!… We must never focus on Gold or Silver (money) itself, that can lead to the Love of Money, a root of evil!

One must focus on that which it represents, which is LABOR! Because labor produces Wealth! This is the key principle behind Wealth Creation, everything else is just a by-product of labor itself! – this is why God is so significant, because it is a direct representation of a man’s labor” - Simon Heapes