Literal fortunes will be made by this bull market in gold so if you don’t have exposure to it, you need to start doing so [now].
As can be seen in the chart below, during the last Gold bull market in the 1970s, Gold rose 586% during its first leg up from 1970 to 1975. It then corrected 47% before beginning its next leg up and it was the SECOND move higher than was the BIG one – a 743.5% increase in value.
This time around, we’re following a similar pattern. Gold first rallied about 630% from 2003-2011. It then corrected about 43% before bottoming in 2015 at $1,060.
If it follows a similar second leg up this time around, it’s going to ~$8,000 per [troy] ounce before it peaks.
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