Will the price of gold continue to increase over the next one year?
Gold will continue to rise over the next year and will quickly top $2000 per ounce. If the American "currency" collapses under the weight of their deficits and national debt then gold will rise to frightening heights. The, long held, confidence in the USA will disappear and the world economy will collapse. We need the US to get it's financial house in order and restore credibly to themselves and the US dollar. Multi-thousand dollar an ounce gold will be devastating for all the world's currencies and economies.
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