Sunday , 25 June 2017


Gold

The Silver Bull Argument Has Flaws – Here’s Why

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There is a popular school of thought in the precious metals sector that is extremely bullish on silver. They talk about silver returning all the way to the pre-20th century 15:1 ratio to gold, or even to 10:1. If you really think this is going to happen, you should just go and put most of your money into silver and silver miners but I don't recommend this. This article discusses some of the key factors that can affect the relative performance of silver versus gold from a short-, medium- and long-term view.

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Noonan: “Gold Appears Poised To Continue Its Rally”

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The price of each metal is not going up. The measure of the number of fiats needed to buy the metals will grow ever more as each country’s fiat issuance becomes increasingly debased. That is when the power of holding gold and silver will be felt the most.

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The Burgeoning Move In Gold May Eventually Top $10,000

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Our analysis maintains that the burgeoning move in gold may well exceed earlier surges. The circumstances driving gold in the 1970’s were primarily centered on the U.S. but the issues facing us today are global in nature and have embarked gold prices on a journey that could result in $7,500 and even $10,000+ per troy ounce.

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A Bullish & Bearish Perspective On What Brexit Means For Gold

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Last Friday investors had the opportunity to see what happens when markets get surprised as markets around the world plummeted and risk-off was the name of the game as gold and bonds rose. This article analyzes what Brexit means for gold from both a bullish and a bearish perspective and concludes with our recommended course of action.

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