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Rick Bensignor – Gold is Back in a Bull Market and Will Head Towards $1700 (Audio)

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Rick Bensignor – Gold is Back in a Bull Market and Will Head Towards $1700 (Audio)

 

 

 

 

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Rick feels that gold has returned to a bull market after having based for six years. Over the summer, we broke out to the upside, which has now temporarily stalled. He makes the case that gold is headed to $1700. Money printing and low or negative interest rates are bullish for gold over time.

 

He says, “In any career you choose, success is a combination of your skill and an element of luck.” He discusses a trade where, in a matter of twenty minutes, he went from very nearly losing everything he owned to having the second-best day in his career.

 

Courtesy of Palisade Radio

 

Posted October 17, 2019

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