Saturday , 20 October 2018


Tag Archives: $2000 gold

Gold Could Reach $2,000 Within A Year & $4,000 – $6,000 by 2020 – Here’s Why

You wouldn’t know it reading the Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg, or the other popular investment news sources . . . but thus far this year gold prices are up some 16 percent, making the yellow metal just about the top-performing investment asset class of 2016. We expect gold will continue to be one of the best – if not the best – investment-asset class in the months and years ahead. In fact, by this time next year, gold prices could challenge or even surpass their all-time high of $1,924 an ounce reached briefly in September 2011 and, as outlandish as it may seem, gold could double or even triple its historic high by the end of this decade.

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Gold & Silver Likely Going to $2,000 & $50/ozt. Before End Of Year – Here’s Why

Gold is in a hurry and is unlikely to wait for investors to acquire it at anywhere near these prices. We could now see a quick move to $1,400 and if gold doesn’t stay too long at that level, the acceleration is likely to continue towards the previous high of $1,900 and go even as high as $2,000/ozt. That being said, silver will move twice as fast as gold and could well reach $50 in 2016. Here's why.

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Silver:Gold Ratio Suggests +$200/ozt Silver Quite Plausible! Here’s Why

Given the fact that a) the historical movement of silver is 90 – 98% correlated withgold-silver gold, b) silver is currently greatly undervalued relative to its average long-term historical relationship with gold and c) many analysts predict a parabolic rise in the price of gold over the next 5 years it is realistic to expect that silver will also escalate dramatically in price - but by how much? This article applies the historical silver to gold ratios to come up with a range of prices based on specific price levels for gold being reached.

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Don’t Buy Gold Until Price Falls Below $1100! Here’s Why

An analysis of the ratio between the market capitalization of gold and the gross world product over the past 63 years suggests that the current price for gold has further to fall and that it would not be wise to begin buying gold until prices have fallen below at least $1100 - and not expect gold to appreciate beyond $2,000 any time soon. Here's why.

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Gold Should Be At Least At $2,040/ozt. – Here’s Why

The value of gold relative to oil (Brent Crude) is an embarrassing 11.2 to 1 ratio - way below its historical average - thanks to the manipulation by the Fed and member banks. When the price revalues higher it will do so SHARPLY and it will be PAINFUL for those on the wrong side of the trade or in worthless paper assets. Let me explain why that is the case.

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Noonan: How Long Will These Low Prices In Gold & Silver Continue?

How long these low prices in gold and silver will continue is the ever pressing question on the minds of the gold and silver community and topic of so many articles written by the experts. While many have striven to provide an answer, and 2013 failed to match the “predictions” as to the “When?” issue, the best answer is: For as long as it takes. Here's why.

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Gold’s 2014 Playbook: $1,050 This Summer; $1,800 – $2,000 By Year End! Here’s Why

While I know this is tough to hear, as most of you are gold bugs, I am confident that the banking cartel has a purpose, and that purpose is to set up what will probably be one of the most lucrative long side trades in the metals of this entire secular bull market. Our job right now is to be patient and wait for that yearly cycle low later this summer. I think that low is going to drop at least down to retest $1200, and if the cartel has its way, they will push gold back to $1050 before this is over.

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Continued Growth In U.S. Public Debt Suggests $2,000 Gold – Here’s Why

The price of gold, on a quarterly basis, is 86% correlated - yes, 86%! - to total government debt going back to 1975... and a shocking 98% over the past 15 years!. Despite the current rumblings, everyone is aware that the debt ceiling will be raised and will likely surpass $20 trillion by the end of President Obama’s term. That would put the price of gold at about $2,000 per ounce.

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