Peter Schiff appeared on CNBC’s Futures Now this week to share his expectations for the price of gold following the Federal Reserve’s policy statement. Peter also predicted the higher Q2 GDP number and explained why he thinks the US dollar isn’t nearly as healthy as everyone thinks. Finally, Peter emphasized that gold has had bad press in 2014, even though it has out-performed the stock market with an 8% rise in the first six months of the year.
“Gold has gone up every year but one since the year 2000. So if you’ve been calling for a rise in the price of the gold, you’ve been right every year except one. That’s not a broken record, that’s just understanding what’s going on and predicting a higher gold price. It’s the people that have been calling for gold’s demise every single year who don’t understand the fundamentals… No market goes up every single year… I know what’s driving the trend and that’s the central banks, particularly the Federal Reserve.”
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