For Canadians, with their weak domestic currency, gold has been behaving just fine. It’s up 17% in C$ terms over the past two years and looks ready to rally from here.
By John Rubino (dollarcollapse.com)
Along with the currencies of most other commodity-exporting countries, the Canadian dollar has been in near-freefall lately.
Gold, meanwhile, has been sucked down with the rest of the commodities complex, falling hard since 2013 – but only in US dollars. For Canadians, with their weak domestic currency, gold has been behaving just fine. It’s up 17% in C$ terms over the past two years and looks ready to rally from here:
Protection from currency trouble is why people own it, and why in the vast majority of places it’s owners are very happy.
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