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Tag Archives: interest rates

Gibson’s Paradox and the Price of Gold

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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The Data Says This Bull Market Still Has Legs

Over the next 12-18 months we expect the US market to outperform the rest of the world as we head into the final stages of this economic expansion. This article is a quarterly review our US macro indicators to see if they confirm or reject our primary macro thesis.

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Getting Lost in the Investment Maze? Get a New GPS

Getting from point A to point B in the real world can be quite simple. In the investment world, the roadways are constantly shifting. Changes in interest rates, tax policies, unemployment, fiscal initiatives can represent obstacles and navigating these winding paths can require your very own GPS advice. Words: 494

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Coming Currency Debasement Good for Gold

When I look strictly at what’s actually going on in the world, I have to think that gold will go to at least $2,000 in this cycle and there are very credible scenarios in which it could go to a multiple of that number. Why am I so bullish for the yellow metal? Let me tell you why. Words: 469

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