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Gary Savage’s Bold Call for $10,000 Gold

Last week we spoke to Gary Savage of Smart Money Tracker where he discussed the current state of the market and provides insights into potential future movements.

He discusses various topics, including stock market trends, four-year cycle lows, precious metals like gold and silver, and the oil market.

Gary predicts significant moves in commodities, such as gold reaching $5000, and silver hitting $100 or even $250. He also anticipates oil prices potentially rising to $200.

The discussion delves into technical analysis, market cycles, and potential implications for inflation and investment strategies.

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