Tuesday , 12 December 2017


Gold Is Going To Be Constrained For The Balance of 2016 – Here’s Why


We maintain the view that the rise in gold since the beginning of 2016 is not fundamentally supported, but that later in 2017 the inflation conditions and the value of the dollar, might provide a foundation from which a new gold bull market rally could grow. We, therefore, expect gold to drop down to meet the curve and test the $1,000/ozt. level as the dollar climbs out of its trading range.

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A Look At the Many Unique Characteristics of the Indian Gold Market


Despite the fact that India's government wages a constant war on physical gold ownership by its citizens continue to purchase gold in large quantities making it one of the largest and most extensive gold markets in the world. The following infographic guides you through the many unique characteristics of the Indian gold market.

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Buy Gold – But Not Just Yet


James Grant, editor of Grant's Interest Rate Observer, is urging investors to put their money in gold because he fears that the world will lose faith in central banks, or as he terms it “monetary management.”

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