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In this week’s episode of Live from the Vault, Andrew Maguire reveals the Federal Reserve’s Achilles Heel: the exchange of deflating dollars to undervalued bullion, and wonders why anyone would buy treasuries when they could buy gold.

The precious metals expert reveals there may be only 35 trading days until a possible radical repricing of gold, and explains how global central banks are accruing physical gold ahead of this game-changing event.

 

Timestamps

  • 00:00 Start.

  • 01:45 Short-term volatility outlook.

  • 06:00 Gold reserves.

  • 11:20 How a gold revaluation might roll out.

  • 15:30 Current gold prices.

  • 30:30 What we’re seeing in the silver markets.

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