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Sam Laakso – A Financial Crisis is on the Way & Will Push Gold Much Higher (Audio)

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Sam Laakso – A Financial Crisis is on the Way & Will Push Gold Much Higher (Audio)

 

 

 

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Sam discusses how 2015 was the bottom of the bear market for gold and why he doubts that we will ever see those levels again. Gold may retest the 2016 highs over the next month and then head higher by the end of this year. Sam believes that markets are inefficient and that underlying systemic risks have yet to be priced into gold. He recommends investors keep a close eye on the Fed’s balance sheet over the next few months. Don’t try and call markets but instead diversify your portfolio and invest in physical if you believe in gold.

 

Courtesy of Palisade Radio

 

Posted November 8, 2019

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