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Gold Realizes the Sad Truth... the Fed Screwed Up

The Fed is Officially Screwed. The Fed has maintained rates too low for too long. Historically any time this has happened we’ve had an inflationary disaster soon after. The Fed claims to be data dependent, but if you’re talking about inflation data this is a lie. Core inflation hit the Fed’s “target” of 2% back in October 2015. The Fed has hiked rates only once since then.
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