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Faber: 'ecb Will Talk Hawishly But Act Dovishly'

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2yJPO4-xGNY

This is an important point. Don't believe the ECB when the say that they will take money out of the system to pay for the bailout.

All central bankers will print, print, print.

Why gold is hitting new highs in all currencies.

Don't believe what governments say. Look at what they do.

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Its a good point. I believe the ECB has to act dovishly, for the simple reason inflation is below target and trending down.

Gold seems like it is heading up for the foreseeable future too.

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2yJPO4-xGNY

This is an important point. Don't believe the ECB when the say that they will take money out of the system to pay for the bailout.

All central bankers will print, print, print.

Why gold is hitting new highs in all currencies.

Don't believe what governments say. Look at what they do.

I would likely believe Dr Marc Faber before any govt.

Govts/ECB may print and not tell next. Perhapos they already are. There will some mechanism which allows them to try and hide the true extent of QE.

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