Gold Is Calling B.S. On 2% Inflation Target

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In this short clip, Samantha LaDuc and Craig Shapiro discuss the implications of rising gold prices and their concerns about broader economic policies. They explore how gold's performance can be a barometer for fiscal and monetary policy issues, particularly critiquing the U.S. Treasury's actions and predicting shifts in global reserve assets. Craig elaborates on his long-standing bullish stance on gold, linking it to fiscal deficits and the inability of political leadership to address them effectively.

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