Wednesday , 23 October 2019


Gold

China Is the Reason For the Weakness in the Price of Gold – Here’s Why

The downside risks to owning gold are much greater than the upside risks. Without the onslaught of newly rich Asian buyers its price is coming back down to more closely track those of other commodity prices and, while I worry that central banks may inadvertently spark a round of higher inflation in the years to come, if I had to reconcile those two views, I would say that today's elevated real price of gold has effectively priced in a lot of higher inflation in the future. This article presents 6 charts which clearly illustrate just what is currently going on.

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The Gold Market: What Can We Expect In the Months Ahead?

We are at an interesting and perhaps critical juncture with respect to the direction of the gold price as it approaches a key support level. There are many mixed signals out there and the market seems to be vacillating, frustrating both bulls and the bears. Let us look at both cases in order to try to understand what the gold market may have in store for us during the coming weeks and months.

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The “Brain-Dead Gold Award” Goes To the U.S.! Here’s Why

Ever since the world suffered a near collapse of its economic and financial system in 2008, investors throughout the world have purchased physical gold in increasing volume. Everywhere, that is, except if you lived in the United States where the opposite was the case. Here's why.

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“Gold is Going to $660/ozt.” Hardly! Here’s Why

John LaForge, commodities strategist at Ned Davis Research has said that gold should drop about 40% lower than where it is currently trading down to $660 an ounce. I think LaForge is dead wrong and this article argues the reasons why the gold market has not yet peaked and why we are in a counter-trend correction within the long-term bull market.

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Gold Is A Risky Investment – Here’s Why

If I am right about my views going forward then gold isn’t just risky based on past performance, but it could be even riskier in the future as the "faith put" subsides and the myth that “gold is money” disappears.

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Don’t Buy Gold Until Price Falls Below $1100! Here’s Why

An analysis of the ratio between the market capitalization of gold and the gross world product over the past 63 years suggests that the current price for gold has further to fall and that it would not be wise to begin buying gold until prices have fallen below at least $1100 - and not expect gold to appreciate beyond $2,000 any time soon. Here's why.

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Now’s THE Worst Time to Panic Out Of Gold & Silver! Here’s Why

Look for huge volume and accumulation in gold and silver over the next few weeks and in some high quality junior mining stocks. Negative capitulation followed by strong accumulation could be the indicator that the smart money expects gold and silver to bottom. The question for many is when this will occur. It should be soon as this correction in the junior miners has been one of the worst and longest in decades providing possibly a once in a generation buying opportunity.

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Noonan: An Exposé of the Elites & Their Control of the Price of Gold & Silver

No one can outguess the elites' sustainability of power and control over the entire financial system, including their influence over the price of gold, and, as such, this precludes anyone from being able to intelligibly articulate "when" there will be a transition from "down" to "up" in the price of gold and silver. Unfortunately, as things currently stand, the elites continue to win the majority of the battles, and so control the war. Let me explain why that is the case.

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