Sunday , 27 September 2020


Tag Archives: gold production

Jump Aboard the Gold & Silver Train – NOW! Here’s Why

The smart money has been moving into precious metals during dips in recent months as many view the sector as one of the last places to find real value given that stocks, bonds, real estate, and nearly every other asset class, has been inflated to lofty levels by the FED's easy money policies since 2009. I believe we are witnessing one of the last great buying opportunities in precious metals. When prices start moving higher again, there will be little time to jump aboard the train. The downside risk at this juncture pales in comparison to the upside potential.

Read More »

Where Is Gold Likely Headed & Why?

Gold, like any merchandise, changes price according to supply and demand. In this article, we look at the supply and demand to understand where the gold price is possibly heading.

Read More »

$1,300-$1,400 Gold Is Unsustainable In the Long-term – Here’s Why

we believe that gold staying between $1,300-$1,400 is unsustainable in the long-term. The price might drop down temporarily, but the economics don't lie. Miners have to turn a profit in producing gold, and they can't do it at the current price if gold grades continue to decline and new discoveries aren't found and put in the pipeline.

Read More »

Availability Of, and Demand For, Silver vs. Gold Suggests MUCH Higher Future Prices for Silver

The current availability ratio of physical silver to gold for investment purposes is approximately 3:1. So, why is it that investors are allocating their dollars to silver at a much higher ratio? What is it that these “smart” investors understand? Let’s have a look at the numbers and see if it’s time for investors to do as a wise man once said and “follow the money.” Words: 1052; Tables: 1

Read More »