Gold Is At An All-Time High. What Does That Mean For Markets?

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The price of gold has experienced a breakout over the past month and a half.

What does that mean?

Is that a sign that investors are worried about higher inflation to come?

Or that capital is fleeing to safety in advance of approaching economic trouble?

Or is this price surge due to speculative zeal?

For answers, we turn to capital manager Axel Merk and his team at Merk Investments, who manage several funds that invest in the precious metal sector.

We'll also ask them their thoughts on the future prospects of the gold and silver mining companies. Will their performance catch up to, and perhaps outpace that of the metals soon?

Video Length: 01:21:44

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