Gold, Silver and Precious Metals Outperform, But What About Dividends?

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        <h2>Gold, Silver and Precious Metals Outperform, But What About Dividends?</h2>     
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    <p>Money printing is back in a big way, and we’ve been on the beat all month long. Two weeks ago, your income writer mentioned the other “I” word, inflation, and watched our customer service email box fill up. Readers of and other publications, rightfully so, were concerned that Fed Chair Jay Powell has been not-so-subtly orchestrating the largest money creation effort of all time. JP created more than $2.5 trillion since March, and in doing so, made all previous quantitative easing (QE) efforts look like amateur hour: <a style="background-color: #ffffff;" href="" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer">Read more…………..</a></p>      
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    <p>In past gold and silver rallies, most of the buying was done by the gold and silver bugs. But what’s interesting about 2020, is that perhaps unlike ever before, now the mainstream is exiting the #stockmarket and buying gold and silver.</p>

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