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2020 Was Not Like 2011—The Game Has Changed for Gold

by Lobo Tiggre
Friday, December 15, 06:00pm, UTC, 2023

2020 Was Not Like 2011—The Game Has Changed for GoldBlurb: In this Liberty and Finance interview, Elijah Johnson focuses on the macro drivers for my two favorite metals right now: gold and uranium. Short and sweet: I'm bullish on both, but I think one is handing the baton to the other in 2024. But in discussing this, we got to how different the current setting is for gold than when it peaked in 2011. Instead of $2,000 being a failed resistance level, it's now looking like pretty solid support. That changes everything.



00:00 — Intro
01:20 — Fed’s announcement
08:17 — Uranium & gold
10:40 — Gold forecast
17:50 — Recession
21:55 — US national debt
24:26 — Independent Speculator


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