Saturday , 19 August 2017


Gold

Ronald Stoeferle: In Gold We Trust 2017

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Ronald Stoeferle joins us to discuss his free annual 160 page report called “In Gold we Trust” in which he maintains that gold and commodities are dirt cheap when compared to stocks; equities, bonds, and real estate are at or near their all time highs and the U.S. dollar is close to rolling over.

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Why, Pray Tell, Would I Want to Own Gold??

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Comments I have made that "when this [financial crisis] finally ends the big winners are apt to be the ones who have lost the least purchasing power. Keeping score in nominal dollars is likely to be meaningless. Gold tends to hold its purchasing power regardless of what happens to fiat currency.” have prompted questions about a) how to achieve such purchasing power with physical gold when this stage is reached, b) how to go about buying things with gold coins and c) how gold would be utilized under the assumption that a barter system would develop when dollars become worthless. [Let me explain.] Words: 700

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Why the World’s Billionaire Investors Buy Precious Metals

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Have you ever wondered why some of the most elite investors hold precious metals - especially gold - as a central part of their portfolios? This infographic illustrates 4 famous money managers who made bets on precious metals for different reasons, and what we can learn from each of them.

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Buffett’s Favorite Indicator Implies A 20.6% Annual Increase in Gold Over the Next 10 Years

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The ratio of total stock market capitalization to GDP, a favored indicator of the “Oracle of Omaha”, has historically proven to be a very useful and reliable harbinger of longer-term future returns in equities in the U.S. - and it suggests annualized total returns of -1.27% on the S&P over the next 10 years. Lower equity returns over a 10-year period have been clearly consistent with higher returns for gold. In fact, every 1% drop in annualized total returns on the S&P 500 implies a 1.5% increase in returns on gold. That would be consistent with returns for gold of around 20.6% on average per year.

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