CNBC Gold Bubble Video Clips FAIL Compilation

I have over the years recorded many videos from CNBC for future use in showing how biased they have been against gold. While some of the people you see in this video have either passed away (Mark Haines) or are no longer with CNBC (Erin Burnett), they, among many others (like Melissa Lee) really haven’t done investors any favor by keeping them from investing in gold as the following video will show.

Gold has gone up for the last 11 going on 12 years in a row and CNBC mocked it all the way up.

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