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Confusing a Clear Vision With a Short Distance

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There's a saying that you should not confuse a clear vision with a short distance. We're willing to own gold even though it may not act as a hedge in the near future, because we have a fairly clear vision about what will happen to inflation three, four or five years out, and it's not a pretty sight.
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