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5 Charts Suggest Much Higher Gold Prices – Take A Look!

The best way to maximize market profits is to identify the direction of the primary trend and position yourself with it. This post looks at five charts which analyze the long term trend and prospects for gold and they all support the long term trend in the gold price. Take a look.

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The Role of Gold in Your Portfolio

Physical gold is money in the most pure and basic form. It will stand when everything else (paper) falls. Not only will it still be standing, it will be standing tall because of fear and panic.

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What to Look for When Considering Which Gold Mining Companies to Buy

While investing in gold mining companies is not quite as simple as novices to this sector might at first conclude, neither is it so overwhelmingly complicated as to make these companies inaccessible to individual, retail investors. Below are a number of things to look for when considering an investment in such companies. Words: 2745

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Is Gold a Buy at Today’s Price?

There is enormous embedded inflation already and more to come. The high-powered money has already been created; it is leveragable and it is there to increase velocity. It is politically expedient for policy makers to inflate away the burden of existing and future US debt repayment. As such, higher prices must follow. Words: 908

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The Case For $2,450/ozt. Platinum!

The Platinum:Palladium and Gold:Platinum Ratios, plus the decline in supply growth, suggest that we could see much higher platinum prices in the years to come - perhaps by as much as 160.6% were its pricing to revert back to the historical mean.

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The Average Joe’s Take On How Governments Manage Their Finances

This scheme of revolving credit will end badly when the pigeons come home to roost; when the piper has to be paid; when we find out that there is no such thing as a free lunch. It is just a matter of time before we become the last of society’s ‘greater fools’ and, as such, are the ones required to pay the inevitable price of achieving future economic and financial stability.

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