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Why Gold Could Appreciate For Decades

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Here’s a great video of Robert Cohen, portfolio manager and Goodman & Co, an investment fund in the top 2% in terms of returns.

He explains the reasons for the recent spike in gold prices and says that he expects gold to continue to appreciate for at least another decade if not several more.

If you want to protect your money against inflation buy gold and silver, and mining stocks!

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