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Gold Drops Most in 30 Years

by Stephen Lendman,

It’s getting hammered. In August 2011, it rose above $1,900 an ounce. It was an all-time high. At midday April 15, it was $1,364. It’s a 28%+ decline.

Silver’s also hit hard. In 2011, it exceeded $48 an ounce. It plunged to its midday April 15 $23.45 level. It’s more than a 50% decline.

What’s next for both metals remains to be seen. Volatility characterizes them. Major factors drive them.

Gold is a global thermometer. It reflects monetary, geopolitical and economic conditions. It’s driven by supply and demand considerations.

It’s the longstanding hedge against uncertainty. It’s bought to do so against inflation, the declining value of fiat money, and disturbing global geopolitical conditions.

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