Gold Is Going Totally Wild, As Traders Place Big Bets Against "The House"

“The House” is central banks and paper currencies. Against the dollar, gold is up over $10/oz to over $1242. That’s $40/oz higher than where it closed Monday, when Kyle Bass apparently bought in.

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