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In the Near Future, Gold is Certainly going to get very, very Overpriced

Everybody should have coins, physical coins, as an insurance policy, as an emergency, if nothing else. You hope you never need them. Before this is over, gold is going to turn into perhaps a bubble. It’s certainly going to get very, very, very overpriced. From gold prices moving about $1,300 currently, perhaps we may see $13,000 per oz gold in the not distant future.

What's Next For Oil And Gold: Thoughts From Eric Sprott, Rick Rule & Marc Faber

Weak economies around the world offer weak demand for commodities and for capital. The effect is to keep interest rates extremely low and to push commodity prices down. We can therefore view the oil price as a symptom of poor global economic growth, which is a long-term problem & not just as a consequence of a slight oversupply.

Bizarre Love Triangle – Stocks, Gold And Oil

Using their historical relationship or long-term ranges: U.S. stocks look mildly cheap to oil and gold, but drops in those commodities would erase the difference just as easily as a further rally in stocks. Gold looks cheap relative to oil and should be $170 higher, or oil should trade closer to $71.

The Safest Investments in a Dangerous World Market

You need both the wood & the spark to have the fire of inflation. US Fed & other central banks have printed trillions of dollars of money in the past four years. So far, inflation has been relatively tame. The printed money is only the wood; a spark is still required. Events in the Middle East, Ukraine and China today may provide the spark.

Indian Government May Cause Gold Pullback

The Indian government finally succeeded in stifling gold imports in August and are expected to be shockingly down to 2.5 tonnes, considering that India represents the largest chunk of global demand and imported an average 72 tonnes per month in 2012.

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