Gold Crashes Through $1100, Investors Left Wondering How To Hedge Against US Mayhem

Yesterday’s gold slip has today been made definitive. Gold $1,100 has been smashed, we’re now near $1,085.

It’s quite a conundrum for investors looking to use gold as a hedge. U.S. GDP was just reported lower than expected, which means the fed’s punch bowl is more likely to stay around. Yet gold is falling. Buy on dips?

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