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Goldman Sachs says it expects even higher levels of inflation to materialise – meaning investors need to be prepared to manage their risk. History tells us that for most, that means adding gold.

Speaking yesterday (Tuesday), Chief Executive David Solomon echoed concerns raised last week by the International Monetary Fund, saying that the bank fully expects that inflation will spike higher, adding additional pressure for the economic recovery post-pandemic.

Solomon says that we are undoubtedly entering an uncertain period, warning “We’re still not completely out of the pandemic. There’s uncertainty that comes from that and that uncertainty is going to affect economic activity. On top of that, we have shifts going on in fiscal and monetary policy to try to balance that. There’s no question that this has been an unprecedented period so it’s very hard to predict how we’re going to come out of this.”

With uncertainty and unpredictable markets and policy seemingly here to stay, gold’s allure as a safe, stable asset shines brighter than ever. Buy now to capitalise.

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