Evidence on Why Gold Is Falling on the Verge of a Dollar Implosion

We haven’t featured anything from Bud Conrad of Casey Research since April (see the link at the end of this article if you’d like to check out that last piece which is definitely worth a read). In this compact interview you get a summarised version of the presentation he gave at Metals and Minerals Investment Conference in San Francisco the next day. He covers how he thinks JPMorganChase is manipulating the gold futures market and how governments may be part of the manipulation. He also makes what seems like an inference about China’s role in the gold futures market. Definitely a must watch this one…

Evidence on Why Gold Is Falling on the Verge of a Dollar Implosion

By Bud Conrad, Chief Economist

Bud Conrad, Casey Research chief economist, predicts in this fascinating interview with Future Money Trends that the US dollar will implode and be replaced with a new currency, quite possibly one backed by gold. Then why is the gold price dropping like a brick in the face of dollar devaluation? Watch the video for Bud’s eye-opening answer…

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Also if you enjoyed hearing from Bud then you may want to check out this previous piece written by him after the massive sell off in gold back in April: Physical Gold vs. Paper Gold: The Ultimate Disconnect

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