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The Road to Prosperity Is Paved With Credit Cards? SchiffGold Friday Gold Wrap Nov. 10, 2023

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Mainstream pundits and government officials keep talking about the strong economy and resilient consumers while ignoring what’s driving them – borrowing. To listen to them, you would think the road to prosperity is paved with credit cards. In this episode of the Friday Gold Wrap host Mike Maharrey breaks down the recent household debt data and explains why this isn’t the sign of a strong economy. He also highlights some interesting silver demand news.

TOPICS DISCUSSED

  • You don’t borrow your way to prosperity
  • Household debt at record levels
  • Delinquency levels on the rise
  • An overview of the week’s gold price action
  • Silver demand expected to grow in three major sectors
  • Silver is underpriced based on supply-demand dynamics

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SHOW NOTES

Mounting Government Debt Marks America’s Road to Ruin

Peter Schiff: The Recession May Have Already Started

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