Wednesday , 23 October 2019


Gold

Where On Earth Is the World’s Gold?

Within the planet’s crust, there is only 1 gram of gold for every 250 tonnes (550,000 lbs) of earth. Gold’s rarity means that finding economic deposits is extremely difficult. To understand how gold mining and supply work, we must first unearth how gold deposits form. This infographic, part two in our 2014 Gold Series, covers the full supply picture behind the yellow metal.

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Short the Dow & Go Long Gold – It’s the “Trade of the Decade”! Here’s Why

At the beginning of a hyperinflationary cycle, the stock market virtually always makes substantial gains which is just reflecting the sheer weight of printed money...After the initial enthusiasm the stock market loses its lustre and falls in tandem with the economy into a deflationary depression. The U.S. is now slowly entering such a hyperinflationary phase. Here's what that means for the future price of gold.

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Impending Market Capitulation Phase In Gold & PM Stocks Will Make Millions For Those Who Buy At Bottom

Stocks are pulling back in preparation for one final mind-blowing surge to top off this five-year bull market. Gold, on the other hand, looks like it is setting up for a final bear market capitulation phase where every gold bug finally throws up their hands in disgust and jumps over to the stock market right as it's putting in a final bubble top. For those...that are sitting in cash, this final capitulation is going to represent one of the greatest buying opportunities of this generation.

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$1,300-$1,400 Gold Is Unsustainable In the Long-term – Here’s Why

we believe that gold staying between $1,300-$1,400 is unsustainable in the long-term. The price might drop down temporarily, but the economics don't lie. Miners have to turn a profit in producing gold, and they can't do it at the current price if gold grades continue to decline and new discoveries aren't found and put in the pipeline.

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