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Following the tremendous rise in gold and silver prices, during the last month gold prices are trading sideways between $1,900 and $2,050. Here’s what we see unfolding in the next few months for precious metals.
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As we have been predicting for months, gold and silver are skyrocketing. But although gold has reached its highest price ever and the silver price went up 45% in two months, the conditions are ripe for the bull run to continue for both precious metals.
The Fed now has a major problem on its hands. That problem is, you guessed it, the fact that gold has been ripping higher (YEEHAAAA!).
Investors see gold as a measure of inflation. Food prices, car prices, home prices, stock prices—practically the price of anything and everything—can rise, and the average American won’t think “inflation.” It’s a much different story with gold.
For over a decade now, the Fed has continued the quantitative easing it initiated during the Great Recession. Not only that—it has kept expanding its toolbox and started buying bonds and now individual corporate bonds. It is likely to follow in the footsteps of other central banks and begin buying individual stocks. The constant stimulus via money printing has placed the Fed on a trajectory towards a no-win scenario that will impact our economy and your savings.
During crises such as the current pandemic, investors flock to safe-haven assets. Many Main Street investors are overlooking silver, but we’ll explain why today is the perfect time to invest in the precious metal’s prosperous future.
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