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Billionaire: 'Gold has everything going for it'
June 19, 2019

From U.S. Global Investors

Billionaire investor Paul Tudor Jones, founder of and hedge fund manager at Tudor Investment Corp., said in a Bloomberg interview last week that geopolitical disruptions have made gold his favorite trade in the next 12 to 24 months.

The yellow metal "has everything going for it," he said, adding that if it can reach $1,400 an ounce, it will push to $1,700 "rather quickly."

The biggest catalyst for such a move, Jones believes, is the ongoing U.S.-China trade war and the broader implication of shrinking global trade. After 75 years of globalization and free trade, we're seeing a return to the use of tariffs and other protectionist policies.

Remember, it was the 1930 Smoot-Hawley tariff "that helped send the U.S. and world economy into a decade-long depression," according to a 2015 article by now-National Economic Council Director Larry Kudlow and former Federal Reserve Board of Governors nominee Stephen Moore.

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