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Jim Sinclair – Your Faith In The Banking System Is Misplaced & Gold’s Role In The Coming Crisis

from The News Doctors:

Jim Sinclair, aka Mr. Gold, has been a highly respected and world renowned voice in the precious metals community for decades. It is therefore unfortunate to see the recent negative light that has been shone on him within the past year.

Sinclair has taken a lot of negative criticism for his 2013 call of $1600 gold. He can’t be entirely blamed for this inaccurate prediction, given the unprecedented manipulation that precious metals faced throughout the course of 2013.

Interviews with Jim Sinclair have always been rare, but now they are much more so. He has chosen to reserve most of his time for financial meetings that he hosts across the country, in which investors can gain valuable insight from Mr. Gold.

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4 comments to Jim Sinclair – Your Faith In The Banking System Is Misplaced & Gold’s Role In The Coming Crisis

  • dan

    I’m a follower of CNBC and Bloomberg and read the COT all the time….u should too, and stay away from goldbug ‘cults’. Right?

  • J

    I have gleaned much insight from “Mr. Gold” and Mr. Turd and Mr. Willie, etc.

    Don’t pay them too much attention and most of all, none of your money.

    • J

      “Sinclair has taken a lot of negative criticism for his 2013 call of $1600 gold. He can’t be entirely blamed for this inaccurate prediction, given the unprecedented manipulation that precious metals faced throughout the course of 2013.”

      If “Mr. Gold” was such a genius as his cult following apologists claim then he would have known that the market was being manipulated and never made his “Gold will never close below $1600 again” prediction. Figure it out, if you repeat the same BS over and over people will eventually begin to believe it.

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