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Gabriel Collins

Contributor since: 22 Aug 2016

Gabriel Collins

Gabriel Collins is a licensed Texas attorney and basic materials specialist who proudly hails from the Permian Basin. He runs Caracal Commodities, LLC and also co-founded the widely regarded China SignPost™ (????) analysis portal. His cutting-edge research concerning commodity market conditions and opportunities uses a proprietary network of contacts, fuses geospatial and market data, and incorporates insights from sources written in Chinese, Russian, and Spanish. Gabe received his B.A. from Princeton University and a J.D. from the University of Michigan Law School.

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    Published 27 August 2016 | viewed 22,493 times

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