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Watch This Interview On Cnbc On Mon ! (5 Min)

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My understanding is Clive Hyman is an accountant whose business is said to include transaction origination for private equity.

Puru Saxena seems to have been a gold bug for ages.

does hyman get broken?

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There's an extreme amount of gold hype at the moment. Smart money accumulates when nobody else is interested and rarely when the hype is so intense and widespread.

Apparently there's a huge premium on gold purchases and supposedly a delivery shortage for coins etc but gold is still trading in quite a narrow range.

It doesn't add up.

Time will tell.

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Good interview - well worth spending 5 mins watching...

Clive Hyman appears to a seasoned pro in the investment world with over 40 years experience and he's never seen anything like what the markets are doing now in his lifetime. Quotes like:"Actions in the market were disturbing", "big asset pools being shifted", "assets which are too big to be traded in the market being traded". Sounded SERIOUSLY worried and in the end suggested his private clients get into secure commodities, such as gold but this could prove difficult due to the huge sums of money going into that market. This guy certainly isn't a gold bug, but I think knows the end is nigh....

Peru Saxena had a similar message but from a different angle - get into physical commodities due to massive worldwide money printing which will inevitably lead to inflation pushing up all commodity prices. Gold was mentioned, but suggested other more undervalued commodities would outperform gold.

Peru is often on Jim Puplavas weekly webcasts which I highly recommend (Financial Sense).



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