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A Perfect Storm Brewing for Gold Prices to Storm Ahead

So far this year, gold prices have moved up by just under 30%. There appears to be solid, market-based support for gold prices. New gold supply is contracting. Plus, there’s continuing demand for gold from China & the U.S. for investment reasons. I think in this cycle, gold prices will ultimately set an all-time high. There’s still a tremendous amount of debt in the system.

Peak Gold Production and the Implications for Gold Prices

The global gold output has been contracting since 2013. There are just not that many new mines being found and developed, and this is “very positive” for the gold price going forward. Thomson Reuters too is of the view that global mine supply is set to begin a multiyear downtrend in 2016. Demand for gold, on the other hand, should remain strong, helping to support prices even more.

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.

Why Gold Investors Should Love Central Banks

The ECB’s announcement last week is not a good test because it announced additional monetary stimulus as well as lower interest rates. Is gold going up because of negative interest rates, or because of monetary inflation? It is probably a combination of both, but it is hard to know which is the dominating factor. At least it is a bright spot for gold investors, if nothing else.

There’s More to the Gold Rally Than European Market Fears

You’ve probably read that gold’s breakout is resultant of what’s currently happening in Europe, but there’s much more to the story. If the dollar or any other fiat currency were universally acceptable at all times, central banks would see no need to hold any gold. The fact that they do indicates that such currencies are not a universal substitute.

Mining Stocks or Physical Gold?

Mining Stocks or Physical Gold? Investors often own gold mining or exploration stocks in addition to physical metal because they […]

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