Tuesday , 6 December 2016


Gold Eventually Going To $5000 – Or Even Higher

The correction in gold is approaching, or is at, its conclusion although gold could drop to $1000 before it’s done. That being said, however, further losses are looking less likely as the dollar has broken down from its parabolic uptrend and is vulnerable to a severe decline. The long-term outlook for gold and silver is a massive parabolic ramp similar to, but much greater in magnitude than that which occurred in the 1970’s, taking gold eventually to $5000 or higher. Silver may prove to be an even better investment.

Here’s my explanation with a good number of charts to support my contention.

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