Sunday , 19 February 2017


Gold

Dramatic Plunge Expected In Gold Soon – Here’s Why

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An intermediate top is forming in gold and silver, confirmed by the latest COT data, indicating that a severe drop is imminent. In addition, the latest 1-year chart for gold shows gold having become heavily overbought after after a parabolic slingshot move. Breakdown from the parabola will likely lead to a dramatic plunge. This article addresses these factors complete with enlightening charts. Read on.

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Gold: A S-l-o-w & Steady Rise To Record High Is Coming

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All signs are now flashing that we have just seen the end of the correction in gold. The fundamental economic and geopolitical backdrops are in place already.The opportunity looks to be significant in the precious metals market over the coming years.

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Gold & Silver Likely Going to $2,000 & $50/ozt. Before End Of Year – Here’s Why

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Gold is in a hurry and is unlikely to wait for investors to acquire it at anywhere near these prices. We could now see a quick move to $1,400 and if gold doesn’t stay too long at that level, the acceleration is likely to continue towards the previous high of $1,900 and go even as high as $2,000/ozt. That being said, silver will move twice as fast as gold and could well reach $50 in 2016. Here's why.

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10 Largest Gold Reserves By Country: Where Does Your Country Rank?

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According to the latest report from the World Gold Council, central banks added 336.2 tonnes of gold to their reserves in the second half of 2015, up from 252.1 tonnes in the first half of the year. Using the WGC's data, we put together a list of the biggest gold hoarders out there. Check them out below.

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Gold Will Reach $2,500/ozt In the Near Future – and $10,000 Thereafter

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After two years of declines, many investors sold their gold holdings and vowed never to invest in gold again. However, in the fall of 1976, gold began an ascent that saw it rise 750%, peaking at $850 a troy ounce three years and four months later. After a 3-year correction, the same opportunity to buy low exists today, just as it did in 1976.

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