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In early August, real yields on U.S. bonds linked to inflation sank below -1 percent, a record low.
The sinking yield reflected investors’ fears of a long, slow economic recovery and the abundance of dollars in world markets could ignite inflation.
The negative yield continues to drive investors toward stocks and other assets that have a better chance of appreciating.
With bonds offering no income or dividends, gold and silver, safe haven assets, will continue to rise.
We forecast interest rates in the U.S. will go negative as the nation sinks deeper into the “Greatest Depression.”

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