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What Happens to Gold When the Markets Figure Out the Fed Screwed Up?

The Fed is now in very serious trouble. All but one of the inflation metrics the Fed tracks are above its target rate of 2%. The one exception is Core Personal Consumption Expenditures (red line below). And it’s turning sharply upwards as well. H/T VP Research I keep emphasizing this but no one is paying attention... THE FED HAS LET THE INFLATION GENIE OUT OF THE BOTTLE.
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