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Here's What The Most Important Buy Signal for Gold Stocks Indicating Now

One chart signals the time to buy gold stocks more accurately than any other piece of research I know of. Since 2000, this chart flashed a buy signal on gold stocks only three times – And gold prices doubled …while mining stocks tripled, each time. This is the indicator that stands out above the rest and lets you know when it’s a low-risk time to buy gold mining shares.

Strength of Gold Against Foreign Currencies Confirms Bull Market Status

If Gold is going up only because of a falling US$, that is a US$ bear market, not a Gold bull market. A Gold bull market is Gold rising against the majority of currencies. Gold’s strength in foreign currencies confirms its global bull market status and provides a hint that more gains for Gold in US$ terms are likely ahead. We view any weakness in the weeks ahead as a buying opportunity.

August Watchout! Stocks Will Slump While Silver Will Soar

Historically, August has been a rough month for stock investors. The fall in the dollar will reflect in the rise of silver. I believe that silver is on the cusp of a rally. The silver bulls have seen a stupendous run from the lows of around $13.73 during the start of the year to the highs of $21.2 in early July 2016. However, I believe that the bull run in silver will continue after a small consolidation.


As of month-end today, gold is up over 27% from its Dec-15 lows. This a major milestone – any time gold has managed a move of at least 25% off a major low, it has continued higher every single time with incremental gains ranging from 21%-412%, with the average totalling 175%. If CHFUSD breaks out soon, expect it to occur alongside fresh gold highs.

Gold is in a Major Bull Market: Simple. Nothing Else Matters

If gold, currently at $1,320 an ounce, can meander around here for a while, that would be constructive. It might even need to fall a bit – perhaps as low as the $1,250s or $1,260s. Such action, if it occurs, could actually be positive in the grander scheme of things. Gold prices could just also keep on pushing higher. It’s a bull market & that’s what bull markets do sometimes, particularly golden ones.

Gold and Silver Go Ballistic on Panic Buying as Paper Assets Crumble

There’s a lot of people out there now who are thinking, “Do I have enough gold and silver? Should I buy some more here?” And if the price goes up a lot of them are going to panic and think, “Well, if I’m ever going to get it I got to pay today’s price,” and so they jump in and they buy, and that gives whatever kind of move that’s happening some extra momentum.

Gold Prices Will Go Higher Than What Most People Can Imagine

When financial hurricanes wreak havoc across the economic landscape, the only safe haven to be had is in precious metals. We’re at the start of a really major bull market… This is going to be driven by a lot of things… It’s going to take gold prices a lot higher than most people can imagine at this point because we’re looking at a worldwide monetary crisis of historic proportions.

Nothing Can Stop The Runaway Bull Market In Gold - Not Even The Fed

The next Federal Reserve rate hike is on hold… for now. The last time the Fed raised rates was from 2004 to 2006. Rates went from 1% all the way to 5.25%. If gold was truly affected by the Fed raising interest rates, then it would have had a devastating effect on the gold price… right? But in-fact gold prices went up. Gold doesn’t care about the Fed, especially when gold is in a bull market.

Coming Week Breakout Most Important to Confirm a Gold Bull Market

$1291 is both a key Fibonacci retracement level for gold’s secular uptrend (from 2001 till 2011) & the resistance line of the bear market. This is the third attempt for gold to break out of its downtrend. As a rule, the third attempt is mostly a decisive one, which is why we believe a breakout in the coming week will be THE most important one to confirm a bull market in gold.

Did You "Miss the Boat" on Gold? Now Buy the Dip

You may be wondering if you “missed the boat” on gold out of fear of more bearishness. After all, the price of gold is already up 15% this year. It’s at its highest level in 15 months. During the 2000–2003 bull market, the average gold stock rose 602%. The best stocks returned 1,000% or more. So, if you’ve been wanting to buy gold & gold stocks; It’s not too late. Buy the dip.

The Looming Bank Run Will Send Gold Prices to $3,000+

How do you think the government would react to the ultimate financial crisis…a bank run that locks Americans out of their own bank accounts? Right now, less than 1% of Americans own a single gold or silver coin. If that number rises to just 2%, it would create a huge demand for gold. It could easily push gold prices to $3,000 or beyond. And easily push silver prices to…?

When Gold Confiscation Is a Personal Choice

The day government really wants your gold, it will simply offer a high price to coax it from you, paying with paper money freshly printed that morning. The offer would be high enough to outbid competing market expectations. Many gold owners would happily sell for overnight paper profits. Others, with no trust in government, would keep their gold, choosing to wait and see.

Silver Hasn’t Flashed This “Buy” Signal in Almost a Decade

Since peaking in 2011, silver had dropped 72%…far more than gold’s 45% drop. An asset carves a bottom when it stops falling, forms a bottom for a period of time & starts moving higher. This signals that buyers have stepped in and given the price a “floor. Like gold, silver has now completed its carved bottom. We think gold is heading much higher, but silver could go even higher.

Gold Holds Massive Gains Despite An Incredible Stock Market Rally

Gold has managed to hold its massive gains despite an incredible stock-market rally, which can really sap gold investment demand. Gold investment demand will explode again as stock markets inevitably roll over and head lower again. Nothing fuels gold investment demand like bear markets in stocks. The stock-market bear and gold’s new bull have only barely begun.

Gold - Technical Picture Looks Increasingly Supportive Of A Sustainable Bull Market

By this time next year, gold prices could be challenging or even surpassing the yellow metal’s all-time high of $1,924 an ounce reached in September 2011. The technical picture looks increasingly supportive with buyers ready to accumulate both physical metal and paper proxies just under the market – suggesting that we are now in sustainable bull-market territory.

The Gold Bull Market Is Back... But Will It Last?

The gold bull is back. After trending downward for more than four years, gold prices have broken out to the upside with a gain of more than 20% off their December lows. Gold bulls can sometimes disappoint, and sometimes they keep running and running until they go parabolic. Is the path now clear for gold prices to march on toward new all-time highs?

Gold Stocks Are Screaming Buy Right Now

Gold stocks offer leverage to the price of gold. A 10% jump in the price of gold can cause gold stocks to surge 20%…30%…or even 50%. GDX, which tracks large gold stocks, is already up 48% this year. And we think this rally is just getting started. Opportunities like this don’t come around often. Once gold stocks take off, we probably won’t get another chance this good for at least five years.

Gold Makes First Higher High In 5 Years: Is This The Signal We’ve Been Waiting For?

Today, for the first time in five years, gold has made a higher high. Since 2011, gold has marched down the stairs. Now, for the first time in five years, gold took a step up. This is a classic bottoming pattern. It’s an extremely important signal that suggests the gold bear market is over. The odds now favor gold prices going higher. If you don’t own gold yet, we strongly suggest buying some.

A Disturbing Warning From UBS: Buy Gold As A 30% Bear Market Is Coming

The bear market started with the energy complex but it is a trend, which is filtering through into other commodity themes, as well as Emerging Markets, Asia and at the end of the day into the Western world. In 2016, we see gold profiting as a safe haven and as of 2017, gold could profit from the US dollar moving in a major top and starting a bear market.

Here’s What Happens to Gold When Interest Rates Go Up

Investors are apt to unload gold in anticipation of tightening monetary policies. This negative pressure is sustained until the Fed announces a rate hike, which then eases the negative sentiment towards gold. This explains the subsequent rallies in gold that occurred shortly after the Fed announced the first rate hike in the last four tightening cycles.

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