Sunday , 5 April 2020


Gold & Silver

Sinclair: 1980 Was Just a Dress Rehearsal!

In this extraordinary interview Jim Sinclair lays out precisely what investors should expect in the future from policymakers and in the gold market and why. He takes listeners from where gold is trading today, through the rest of the bull market, all the way to the conclusion.

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Will Gold Peak at $2,500, $8,890 or $15,000?

When considering that the conditions which propelled gold and silver to their 1980 highs are much worse today, I predict both metals will easily eclipse those previous highs. That means $2,500 gold and $150 silver at the very minimum, but more likely a parabolic ascent to $8,890 gold and $517 silver before all is said and done. Words: 1063

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Gold Bugs: Here’s How to Make the Most of the Continuing Bull Market in Gold!

All you gold bugs out there (and budding gold bugs too!) should find this article of extreme interest. With gold about to make a major move upwards in price NOW is the time to position your gold-investment allocation to maximize your dollars deployed and returns generated. Those in the know will not be investing in physical or paper gold, or even the stocks of the miners, but in the long-term warrants of the very few mining companies that offer such an opportunity. This article provides a primer on the MAJOR advantage that long-term warrants have in a market upleg and identify the specific warrants that are available. Words: 1037

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Richard Russell: The Last Currency Standing Will Be Gold

Inflation is the central banks' method of avoiding the pain of austerity. Inflation is the current economic narcotic that is used by modern nations. It's the old ‘beggar thy neighbor’ system, and it will ultimately result either in all out hyperinflation and a collapse of the fiat currency system or a corrective deflationary crash. Either way, the last currency standing will be gold.

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Get Positioned: "Gold Rush" Will Cause Gold Stocks to SOAR – Here's Why

Whatever their reasons, the number of investors wanting exposure to gold is increasing. Many who ignored it a decade ago are now buying. Those who started buying, say, five years ago, continue purchasing it today in spite of paying twice what they paid then. Slowly but surely, it's becoming more important to more people...but what happens when it becomes a must-own asset to a substantial majority instead of a small minority? Sure, the price will rise, probably parabolically, but putting aside speculation on the price of gold for now, have you thought about what happens if you have trouble finding any actual, physical gold to buy? [Let's explore that possibility and what that would mean for gold stocks in such an eventuality.] Words: 870

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