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Will Gold Trump Politics In 2017? Prospects for Gold Investors in a Trump Economy

What is Trumponomics? And do you think it’ll be bullish or bearish for gold? If Trump thinks China is keeping its currency too cheap & he’s going to do something about it, that means the dollar is going to get cheaper which is usually a tailwind for gold. The dollar price of gold is simply the inverse of the strength of the dollar, So, weak dollar usually means a higher dollar price for gold.

Analysis - The Macroeconomic Drivers of the Gold Price

There are essentially two types of gold price drivers worth discussing: measurable ones and those that cannot be measured. Most of the “measurable” macroeconomic fundamentals that are considered important drivers of the gold price are either mixed/neutral or bearish at the moment. However, there are good reasons to believe that several of them will turn gold-bullish.

Gold Preparing for a Healthy Rally into Higher Territory

Hedge funds and institutional speculators have been calling the tune for gold, trading the recent range, buying on dips, selling on rallies, and gradually adding to their physical holdings – a behavioral pattern we expect will continue within a rising trading range – at least until a price above the $1300 an ounce level is well established.

Gold Price Outlook Hostage to Uncertain Trump & India

Things didn’t quite pan out the way gold bulls would have hoped, and now they face a new year where the price of the precious metal is likely to be hostage to developments that are inherently unpredictable. The two main risks for the gold outlook for 2017 are what actually happens in the presidency of Donald Trump & how the demonetization of India plays out.

Why Gold Prices Could Bottom "On or Close to", After Fed’s Rate Hike

The Fed rate hike could mark an intermediate bottom in gold prices. We could see a knee-jerk move lower on a Fed rate hike, followed by a sharp move higher marking a gold bottom on the CPI numbers. And in the background we have naturally rising interest rates, which, if they continue, will make servicing what is nearly a $20 trillion debt harder and harder.

Gold: “Taper This”

Taper is hype and neutral where gold is concerned – Any assumption made between gold and tapering should be questioned and put to the analytical test just as a long line of ill-founded assumptions that came before it should have been.

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