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Gold Will Soar by at Least 81% - Ross Beaty

Legendary resource investor Ross Beaty likes gold at today’s prices, down 42% from its all-time high. He says. “I like gold partly because I’m a contrarian & nobody else likes it now, always a great bottom indicator. Also because it’s a kind of refuge in the storm that’s blowing around the world financial markets today with unprecedented moves in currencies, energy prices, etc.”

Silver and Gold Truth Versus Fiat Money Lies

What do loss of confidence, loss of faith in financial systems & pervasive lies have to do with gold and silver? They far more truthful money that central banks can’t print or create from thin air. The truths we have been told about fiat money are lies. Don’t believe the lies that unbacked debt based paper currencies will survive (they never do).

2015: If this the Year of the Slump?

There is compelling evidence that 2015 will see a global slump in economic activity. This being the case, financial and systemic risks will increase as evidence of the slump accumulates. It can be expected to undermine global equities, property and finally bond markets, which are currently all priced for economic stability.

What if China, Russia Succeed in Going off the Dollar?

The Shanghai Cooperation Organization is an agreement between China & Russia, with an objective to settle international trades between them without using the dollar. If they succeed, the whole Asian continent, at some point in the future, will be off the dollar. I don’t think people fully appreciate what that means for the dollar.

Does Gold Belong In Every Portfolio?

No investment is safe & gold is no exception. With a 28% price drop in 2013, followed by a 12% gain in the first ten weeks of 2014, can we really continue to label gold investment a safe haven? In this analysis, we take a look at the impact of gold on a portfolio under various scenarios. The results may surprise you.

Currency Volatility Is Unnerving Investors

Low-interest-rates by the U.S. Fed made it easy for investors to borrow money and send it abroad, but as the Fed is taking the first steps toward letting rates rise in the United States, investors are pulling back their money

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