In spite of today’s negative emotions, gold’s future prospects will render them a distant memory. That’s not pie in the sky wishful thinking—it accurately describes the next stage of the gold market, something that will soon visit your portfolio. Consider some of these 7 likely changes on the horizon and how they will transform the gold market from flat and listless to exciting and profitable.
The above comments are edited excerpts from an article by Jeff Clark (read here in its entirety) in which he presents the political, financial, and economic trends that show that virtually all of the coming changes will be very positive for gold—and aren’t that far off.
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