Dalio Warns Of Dollar Crisis – “History Is Doomed To Repeat Itself”

– “History is due to repeat itself” warns Ray Dalio on Bloomberg
– “I think it will be more of a dollar crisis than a debt crisis” says Bridgewater Founder

– “It will be more of a political and social crisis…”
– “Balance is key” and if going to be active investor, you need to be contrarian and “buy when there is blood in the streets”
– Bridgewater continues to own gold and Dalio views gold as a currency and as money
– “It’s not sensible not to own gold…” Dalio told the CFR

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News and Commentary

Gold rises, padding weekly advance as dollar index deepens September retreat (MarketWatch.com)

Gold hits near 1-week high as easing trade concerns hurt dollar (MarketWatch.com)

U.S. existing home sales unchanged in August (Reuters.com)

Powell reportedly ramps up meetings with lawmakers as he seeks to protect Fed’s independence (CNBC.com)

Trump Told Spanish Minister a Sahara Wall Could Stop Migrants (Bloomberg.com)


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Strongest H1 for central bank gold buying since 2015 (Gold.org)

Why the best response to the financial crisis would have been a recession (MoneyWeek.com)

MoneyWeek saw the financial crisis coming (MoneyWeek.com)

Edwards: A recession might only be six months away (InvestmentWeek.co.uk)

Silver Eagle Sales Surge In September As U.S. Mint Resumes Supply (SilverSeek.com)

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Gold Prices (LBMA AM)

19 Sep: USD 1,203.00, GBP 912.48 & EUR 1,028.44 per ounce
18 Sep: USD 1,199.40, GBP 913.94 & EUR 1,026.81 per ounce
17 Sep: USD 1,196.80, GBP 914.00 & EUR 1,027.21 per ounce
14 Sep: USD 1,206.20, GBP 918.76 & EUR 1,030.58 per ounce
13 Sep: USD 1,206.65, GBP 924.41 & EUR 1,038.68 per ounce
12 Sep: USD 1,197.80, GBP 919.07 & EUR 1,033.10 per ounce

Silver Prices (LBMA)

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18 Sep: USD 14.21, GBP 10.81 & EUR 12.16 per ounce
17 Sep: USD 14.17, GBP 10.81 & EUR 12.15 per ounce
14 Sep: USD 14.22, GBP 10.83 & EUR 12.15 per ounce
13 Sep: USD 14.23, GBP 10.90 & EUR 12.24 per ounce
12 Sep: USD 14.16, GBP 10.90 & EUR 12.22 per ounce


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