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These statistics aren’t included in your account. The price of a steak has almost tripled, a nice suit has almost quadrupled and the average price of a car has more than doubled. The United States Gold Bureau, its clients, and agents do not guarantee to customers that they will make profits, nor do they guarantee that there will be no losses if the recommendations of the United States Gold Bureau are followed or if coins purchased from the United States Gold Bureau are liquidated.