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Gold bugs have been a lonely bunch, but that may be starting to change.
In the past week, gold made another run at $2,000 a troy ounce, a level above which it has closed only once, back in August 2020. The price then retreated—bullion was trading around $1,935 an ounce on Friday—making the run-up easy to dismiss as just another head fake for a metal that has trudged along as its commodity cousins have exploded upward in price.