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Surprise...Everyone Was Wrong About The End Of QE

With the Fed now extracting the QE support, it is very likely that economic weakness will resurface since the “engine of growth” was never repaired. Furthermore, interest rates can remain low for a very long time when there is a lack of sufficient economic catalysts to sustain the drag imposed by higher borrowing costs.

Gold, the National Debt and the Debt Limit - are Co-Related

Gold, national debt & the debt limit have tracked each other fairly well since the year 2000 & have followed each other, more or less, over six decades. Is there any reason to expect this pattern to change? We can depend upon congress to borrow & spend, and gold prices will rise to reflect that reality.

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