Sunday , 26 January 2020


Gold

Retraction: Armstrong Says Gold Has NOT Bottomed

What Mr. Armstrong writes in his articles is done so poorly it is almost always confusing and often virtually incomprehensible but it has a way of providing cover for what he says. A case in point is the inference in an article last week that gold had bottomed, would begin to rise substantially sometime after Oct. 1st and eventually reach $5,000+ sometime during 2016. His latest article disclaims those inferences. Here's what he now says by way of clarification:

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Analysts: Gold Will Bottom Somewhere Between $725 & $1,000/ozt.

Much has been written over the past few months as to just where gold (and silver) is headed. In light of the recent significant drop in price below is substantiation for such a decline and several projections as to where the price correction will bottom out and the timeframe for such price action.

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What’s Up (er… down) With Gold These Days? (+2K Views)

Gold is universally recognized as a safe-haven investment, a go-to asset class when others look uncertain but this week has been a particularly rocky one for the metal, even with Greece and Puerto Rico’s debt dilemmas, not to mention the recent Shanghai stock market decline. In fact, gold has traded down for 10 straight sessions to end the week at its lowest point in more than 5 years.

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The 6 Most Commonly Held Anti-Gold Beliefs That Don’t Hold Water

...Many in the investment community swear by the old myths about gold, but is there any truth in them? If investors examined the facts, they would find that the most commonly held anti-gold beliefs do not hold water and, once the general public realizes that these beliefs are not valid, the price of gold will be much higher.

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Look No Further! Here Are the Best Articles on Gold & Silver

Hundreds of articles seem to be posted every day on why the prices of gold and silver are going north of $5,000 & $100 ozt. respectively, or conversely to below $1,000 and $15, respectively. Unfortunately most of what is written is self-serving and/or wishful thinking. Some is what I call nothing more than financial entertainment devoid of substance. Occasionally a thought provoking article is posted and when that happens munKNEE.com is there with it. Below are some such articles that are currently in the munKNEE.com vault.

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