My name is Jeff Fitchett. I live in South-Western Ontario Canada. I am a wealth advisor working with an independent capital management firm.
My specialty is studying macro-economics and geopolitics. I have a keen interest in precious metals and the resource sector. I analyze global monetary policy and I keep a watchful eye on all aspects of government.
I have completed many financial industry courses over the years and hold the CIM & FMA designations. I have a bachelors degree in psychology with a focus in statistics. I also have a college diploma in Law and Security.
I am passionate about the outdoors and strive to be self-sufficient. I have completed Geoff Lawton's Permaculture Design Course. I have laying hens in my urban backyard and I'm an avid food gardener.
Most of all, I love to help others.
The Name: Trivium Analytics Canada
I first learned about the Trivium through Chris Duane. It resonated with me. The Trivium is a systematic method of critical thinking used to derive factual certainty from information perceived with the traditional five senses. During the Middle Ages, the subjects of the trivium was the lower division of the seven liberal arts, and comprised grammar, logic and rhetoric. Grammar teaches the mechanics of language. This is the step where the person “comes to terms”, defining the objects and information perceived by the five senses. Logic is the mechanics of thought and of analysis; the process of identifying false and misguided arguments and statements, and so systematically removing contradictions, thereby producing factual knowledge that can be trusted. Rhetoric is the application of language in order to instruct and to persuade the listener and the reader. It is the knowledge (grammar) now understood (logic) being transmitted outwards, as wisdom (rhetoric). *Wikipedia