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As we enter 2024, Americans are still dealing with geopolitical instability, government and consumer debt crises, a potential collapse of the commercial real estate market, and the lingering potential for another recession. Meanwhile, these factors have helped send gold prices soaring, with a new all-time intraday record high reached in December 2023. Analysts are saying that gold may be positioned to continue breaking records in 2024.

In U.S. Money Reserve’s exclusive special report: 25 Reasons to Own Gold Now: 2024 Edition, you’ll learn about the major factors currently impacting the global economy and gold market, and why the case for gold has never been stronger. Take matters into your own hands and learn why you should own gold today!

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