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Devlyn SteeleBullion.Directory precious metals analysis 08 Febuary, 2022
By Devlyn Steele

Director of Education at Augusta Precious Metals

It’s one thing not to be able to buy toilet paper, but now expressing our love is in danger when we can’t buy flowers.
 

 
Shortages can come at any stage in the process of production. In other words, if you buy a vegetable at the grocery store there are inflation pressures from the time the seed is planted until it’s transported and put on the shelf for you to buy.

We’ve seen the empty grocery store shelves, but the shortage crisis goes upstream further than we can imagine.

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Devlyn Steelebullion.directory author Devlyn Steele

Devlyn Steele is Director of Education at Augusta Precious Metals, America’s leading gold IRA specialists and go-to precious metals dealer for high-net-worth investors.

A Harvard educated professional economist, Devlyn writes and speaks extensively on precious metals’ use as a portfolio diversification tool and market hedge. He and his team provide a unique personalized introduction and onboarding webinar for new investors at Wyoming-based national gold and silver dealer Augusta Precious Metals.

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