Friday , 24 January 2020


Gold

The Road To $10,000 Gold: What Could Unfold Over the Next Few Years

My long standing target for gold of $10,000 in today’s money and much, much higher in inflationary terms, is now more probable than ever but I hope it will never be achieved. When gold goes to $10,000, It will not just reflect inflation and falling currencies like in the 1970s but a much more serious or even catastrophic situation both in the U.S. and globally so let’s look at a potential scenario for the next few years. This is obviously not a forecast but more of a rough sketch of what could happen:

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How Much Gold Should I Hold?

Independent research recommends that an allocation of 10% to gold and 5% to silver should be enough to ensure you will do much better in the coming market crash. Here is the rationale.

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Why, Pray Tell, Would I Want to Own Gold?? (Almost 3K Views)

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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