2016 Mines & Money Presentation: Get It. Got It? Good.

2016 Mines & Money Presentation: Get It. Got It? Good.

A follow-up to Nobody Cares which focuses on gold's performance in 2016, the reaction to Donald Trump's election and joins a series of dots that may lead to the end of the petrodollar system and a new place for gold in the global monetary system.

  • Posted on February 10, 2017
  • By TPM
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