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The libertarian-leaning congressman and GOP presidential hopeful has an investment portfolio dominated by companies that explore for and develop gold and silver. His buy-and-hold strategy is working just fine.
The risk of a bankruptcy at the nation's largest bank, or a panic by its investors or depositors, has been reduced, and by private-sector action.
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