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Egon von Greyerz: The Real Move in Gold Hasn’t Started Yet, It Is Still to Come – Here’s Why

After having compounded at over 19% p.a. over 11 years, gold certainly should be allowed to just gain 7% in 2012 without some people calling an end to the bull market. Those who believe the bull market is over are mainly the investors who have missed gold going up almost 7 times in since 1999. Let me be very clear, the real move in gold hasn’t started yet, it is still to come. Here are my reasons why. Words: 1000

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Bull Markets Always End With a Bang, Not a Whimper, So Gold's Run Should Have More Legs

[Here is a summary of my]...thoughts on the 2011 gold price peak relative to the last time a long term bull market ended (back in 1980): Long-term bull markets almost always end with a bang, not a whimper, and last year's price peak was clearly the latter. A 25% rise over a period of about two months last year [does not an] end-of-cycle, blow-off top [make]. No, I think there's still some room to run for gold if for no other reason than that we haven't even come close to the "mania" stage that characterizes the end of long-term market moves...[Let me explain further.] Words: 359; Charts: 1

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Fleckenstein: Central Banks Will Try to Inflate Debts Away – Got Gold?

...[A]t some point they [the central banks] will all start printing money. At some point they will recognize we are not going to have a deflationary collapse, that we are not going to have a deflationary debt liquidation.... If we get some serious stock market weakness, on top of the economic deterioration, then I think the central banks of the world, and in particular the Fed, are going to panic and do something big....They are going to print money and try to inflate the debts away....[As a result, there] is going to be this big, unridable phase of the bull market in gold that’s going to take place. That’s in front of us. It’s probably closer than most people think.

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Low Real Interest Rates Say Gold Bull Still Has Legs! Here's Why

Many agree that the United States' massive budget deficits and global monetary inflation support the gold bull market. I don't see this changing in the near future. Still, sentiment is not enough upon which to rely. I need a yardstick and, for me, that yardstick is U.S. real interest rates. [Let me explain why that is the case.] Words: 1600

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Where are We Now in the Bull Market in Gold – and How Many Years/Months are Left?

Gold is in a bull market and, [believe it or not,] so are the gold stocks despite their struggle as a group to outperform gold... but [neither] is anywhere close to a bubble, nor the speculative zeal we saw in 2006-2007. Thus, it begs the question" "What lies ahead and when can we expect the initial stages of a bubble?" To figure this out we first need to get an idea of how long the bull market will last and then where we are now based on various indice analyses. [Below I do just that.] Words: 785

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