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We talk to Marc Faber about the gold he’ll never sell, Campbell’s Soup and his no.1 book

#MarcFaber, author of the Gloom, Boom and Doom Report is a true legend when it comes to investment, #economics and the precious metals markets. We always enjoy having him on GoldCore TV. He has a unique way of assessing the state of play and has no qualms about telling you what he really thinks!

This week he spoke to us about his thoughts on #inflation (via a Campbell’s Soup price analysis), the price of gold and why it’s his biggest investment.

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