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Why And How The US Fed Will Drive Gold Higher

After raising rates in Dec, the US Fed back-flipped on its aggressive interest rate policy earlier in the year. The US stock market nosedived by about 10% and Chinese debt issues worried investors. Gold & gold stocks went through the roof! Despite the stock market recently hitting all-time highs, the Fed kept delaying increasing rates. This ‘wait and see’ policy is causing a lot of uncertainty.

The True Value of Gold (Economic Code) Finally Revealed

The true value of gold is much higher than the spot price quoted in the market. This is due to several factors, but the most important reason is misunderstood by just about every economist and monetary scientist in the world today. Those who are able to understand the information in this article, will finally be able see the value of gold (money) in a totally different way.

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.

Now It's The Japanese Savers That Are Flooding Into Gold Bullion

Individual investors drove a 60% jump in sales of gold in June from May at Tanaka Holdings, the operator of Japan’s largest bullion retailer. Why the surge into gold? The yen’s appreciation in spite of the adoption of the negative-rate policy has kindled skepticism about the policy’s benefits. It’s also led to investors seeking to protect their assets in case Abenomics fails.

Gold Rush Will End - Irrespective of Whether Brexit Or Bremain

An “In” vote is seen as quickly unwinding gold’s 5% gain in June, as appetite for risk rises. And while some see a “Leave” result as a risk-off event that could see gold rally, others see lower prices if the dollar rises & oil falls. Gold may also fall as it can be used as a source of cash to cover losses elsewhere. Sharp declines in equities could push investors to liquidate gold positions to free up capital.

The Gold Rush - Panic Stricken Brits Rush To Buy Gold Bars

Worried British savers (yes, they still exist in this time of QE and age of NIRP) are scrambling to buy gold bars and “stuffing them in safes at home, data suggests, as fears mount that a Brexit-induced financial meltdown could be just around the corner.” Royal Mint, Britain’s official producer of gold and silver coins and bars, said sales have soared by 32% over the past month.

Gold Is A Necessary Insurance Against Dysfunctional Governments

It seems that there is a very clear purpose for governments wanting to create a cashless society and that is, once they have your money in the system, it belongs to them. In order to protect your funds against this shameless act, put some of it into gold and silver. Gold and silver bullion coins and bars are traditional diversification tools.

The Coming Gold Rush: There’s A Lot Less Gold In The World

Don’t count on some group to magically save the system by taking the supposed 100,000’s mt of gold hidden in vaults around the world to back the soon to be worthless Dollar. There’s a hell of a lot less gold in the world than we realize. And when the Dollar finally does die, I would imagine there will even be a great deal less to buy.

New Gold Rush Cometh With Global Bond Market On Edge Of “Cliff”

Should we see capital flight from US & global bond markets, gold should see gains on a par with those in the 2nd half of the 1970s. Experts said that gold’s bubble had burst when it fell from $200 to $100 from Dec 1974 to Aug 1976. But as interest rates rose, gold rose more than 8 times in 3 years & 4 months, to $850 in January 1980.

Will There Be a New Gold Rush?

Even though the amount of dollars is going up, eventually debt will be wrung out of the system. This causes deflation, which is very bullish for gold. In deflation, both creditors and debtors are in dire straits. They’re facing enormous pressure. People tend to turn towards stores of value like gold.

Gold Market is not “Fixed” - it’s Rigged

Its an indication that when free market forces have been frustrated by market manipulation for a very long time the equilibrium price can be many multiples of the suppressed price & the rise is typically rapid when the suppression is overcome. The onset of an epic “gold rush” is fast approaching.

Gold Rush by Investors in Japan as Tax Rise Looms

Japanese investors are reportedly hoarding gold bars, aiming for short-term profits, as the country braces for its first sales tax hike in 17 years, seen as crucial for bringing down the massive national debt. Beginning April 1, Japan’s consumption tax will rise from 5% to 8%.

Gold Scams Revisited - The Price Protection Racket

If the US economy were really recovering, the Fed’s manipulative policies would not be necessary. Also, gold wouldn’t be seeing the dramatic recovery it has thus far enjoyed in 2014. It’s up 13% since its December lows! Gold is humanity’s oldest form of money and wealth preservation.

Prospectors Say Drought Has Created California’s 2nd Gold Rush

Prospectors in California are heading to the hills, saying the severe drought has exposed gold that has never been touched by human hands. As water levels continue to drop more nooks & crannies are easier for these gold hunters to access. Is 2014 a repeat of the great Gold Rush of 1849?

Gold Rush to Safety in Asia and Middle-East

Brewing conflicts, especially regarding the state of affairs in East Asia, will soon replace economic problems as the center of the world’s attention, including in the investment markets – People who are threatened by these conflicts start looking for safety for themselves, their families & their money.

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