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Gibson’s Paradox and the Price of Gold

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One of the most controversial topics in investing is the price of gold with many goldbugs saying that gold will soon break $2,000, then $5,000 and then $10,000 a troy ounce but, frankly, how can anyone reasonably calculate what the price of gold should be when they don't understand the factors that drive gold? So let me explain.

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Gold: 2016 Price Action Similarity To 1976 Suggests Future Price of $8-$10,000/ozt.

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In this article, I compare the price action of gold in 2016 to another, older, critical period in the history of the gold market: 1976. I am not saying...that we will necessarily repeat the experience of the 1976 - 1980 gold bull market (if we did, we would see gold rocket to $8,000-$10,000 a troy ounce in the years ahead), but I do expect an enormous bull market for gold in the years ahead. Whether that means $3,000 or $6,000 or $8,000 a troy ounce, I cannot say for certain.

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The Burgeoning Move In Gold May Eventually Top $10,000

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Our analysis maintains that the burgeoning move in gold may well exceed earlier surges. The circumstances driving gold in the 1970’s were primarily centered on the U.S. but the issues facing us today are global in nature and have embarked gold prices on a journey that could result in $7,500 and even $10,000+ per troy ounce.

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Gold Will Reach $2,500/ozt In the Near Future – and $10,000 Thereafter

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After two years of declines, many investors sold their gold holdings and vowed never to invest in gold again. However, in the fall of 1976, gold began an ascent that saw it rise 750%, peaking at $850 a troy ounce three years and four months later. After a 3-year correction, the same opportunity to buy low exists today, just as it did in 1976.

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