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Expect inflation expectations to be a big driver of fortunes in 2020

With political tensions heating up again in the Middle East, the oil price is likely to find a bit more support as stockpiles are increased around the world just in case something goes really wrong. A firmer oil price would help to firm up inflation expectations which could have big implications for stocks. In my New Year's Eve interview with Jim Goddard at HoweStreet.com, I explain my view that inflation expectations will likely be a key driver of returns in the coming year.

Thursday on INK Ultra Money: Kaplan on a higher range for gold; plus, taking on the big 5 banks

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1. Golden Opportunities from "Midas" - Real Vision (free video)

 Dr. Thomas Kaplan argues that the macro and micro stars are aligning for a golden opportunity in gold over the next five years. Drew breaks down Kaplan’s conversation with Dan Tapiero to dig up a few nuggets of wisdom.

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Weekly sound bite: Doha's failure revealing that inflation is far from dead

On Sunday in Doha, major oil exporting countries failed to come to an agreement with respect to limiting production. Despite the collapse in talks, oil has bounced back from its initial sell-off early Monday. It appears that Doha's failure is actually giving our theme that growth may surprise on the upside a boost. With oil production still going full-steam ahead outside of the United States, there must be something at work to keep prices from collapsing.

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