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2012-11-19 — usawatchdog.com

Money manager Eric Sprott says, "The central banks' gold is likely gone with no realistic chance of getting it back." Don't expect this revelation to get any coverage by the mainstream media... To back up his point, he named "LIBOR, electricity markets in California and the Madoff" scandals. Sprott's analysis shows a "flat supply" and at least a "2,500 ton net increase in gold demand" since 2000.

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