Doug Casey: There Will Be Panic Into Gold (Casey Research)

Doug Casey, founder of Casey Research, shared some of his insights from the 2012 New Orleans Investment Conference. He also discusses why he believes panic will be entering the gold market. Other topics he discusses included education, handouts, and the debt crisis.

Published on Oct 29, 2012
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We caught up w/ Doug Casey, founder of Casey Research and participant in our "Great Financial Debate: Carville vs. Krauthammer vs. Casey" (http://bit.ly/kitco_events) at the 2012 New Orleans Investment Conference, and he shared with us some of the concepts from his panel discussions at the conference, as well as why he believes panic will be entering the gold market. Kitco News, October 29, 2012.

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