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Each week, Your News to Know brings you newsworthy stories and critical reads on the gold market and the economy. Stories this week include: Jim Rickards says buy gold now before it’s too late, factors point to a strong 2015 for gold and silver, and should gold be in every portfolio?

Given the strength of the U.S. dollar in 2014, it’s quite encouraging to see how well gold held its own. Even though the yellow metal lost some of its value against the dollar, it still outperformed all other world currencies. Click to see the chart.

Once a week, Your News to Know brings you newsworthy stories and critical reads on the gold market and the economy. Stories this week include: ANZ Bank predicts that 2015 will be a good year for gold, Russia continues to stockpile gold, and Jim Rickards offers his 2015 investment strategy.

Last month, Wickwire gave some reasonable arguments as to why one should buy gold. “I believe, he said, “that now is a good time to take advantage of the negative sentiment short-term trading sentiment.” Is Wickwire right? Do you really need gold in your portfolio? Listen to our latest edition of the Market Report.

Every week, Your News to Know delivers you the latest news stories about the economy and the gold market. Stories this week include: The West jacks up gold prices by printing more paper money, more and more European nations say they want their gold back from the United States, and India eases gold import restrictions boosting wedding demand for the metal. Get all the details here.

Every week, Your News to Know offers you breaking news about the economy and the market of gold and other precious metals. Stories this week include: Marc Faber says he owns gold because he doesn’t trust the financial system, gold rises again as the dollar drops, and gold coin sales surge as buyers seek bargains. Read more.

As part of the unprecedented “money-printing” scheme called Quantitative Easing, the Fed created more than $4 trillion out of thin air to purchase government bonds and mortgage-backed securities. Alan Greenspan criticized the Fed for not achieving its goals with the expired stimulus, predicting financial turmoil and advising people to invest in gold. Find out why here.