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Buy Physical Silver Now – Gary Savage

Buy Physical Silver Now- Gary Savage

The Fed has indicated that rates would be raised but has offered no indication of when or by how much. Will this cause a melt-up in stocks before we see a massive correction? We ask this of our guest on this episode of GoldCore TV, Gary Savage of Smart Money Tracker.

Will the stock market's meteoric rise continue this year if the Fed delays tightening monetary policy?

Will continued money printing fuel a final melt-up in stocks and see NASDAQ 20,000?

What does Gary Savage's rubber band theory say about the potential depth of any correction?

Will rising inflation fuel a broad-based commodity rally or will it naturally favour precious metals?

What does the long-term charts in gold suggest?

Will silver, which has been range bound, finally break out and target the previous highs near $50?

Whatever happens next Gary suggests -buy physical silver!

To find out more about Gary Savage:

00:00- Intro
00:58- Melt Up Scenario in Stocks
07:01- Technical analysis of Gold
12:14- Technical analysis of Silver
15:49- Long-Term Bull Market in Commodities?
18:35- Parting Thoughts...

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