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Man Who Predicted 2019 Gold Rally Reveals Surprising Chart, Predicts Biggest Bull Market of 2020

Last December, hard-asset expert Bill Shaw predicted a sudden policy shift by the United States Federal Reserve.

Since he made his prediction, the Federal Reserve has begun printing money hand-over-fist – and stocks have soared to record highs.

And now, the widely-followed analyst has a brand-new prediction he believes could have a massive impact on your wealth in 2020 – explained by the chart below:

It turns out, the world’s central banks – led by Russia and China– spent more than $15 billion in 2019 to get their share of ONE long-ignored asset.

Billionaires like David Einhorn and Stanley Druckenmiller are buying by the fistful.

And just a few days ago, Goldman Sachs revealed an incredibly bullish outlook for this asset – with huge expectations between now and March 2020.

As a result, Bill Shaw now predicts Americans are about to witness the biggest bull market of the last 100 years for this long-ignored asset.

Take a few minutes right now to see Bill Shaw’s newest prediction before this emerging bull market turns into a runaway train, right here.

Go here to see all the details.

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