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3 Aces that will Fuel the most Powerful Bull Market in Gold

3 Aces that make the case for a massive leap in the price of gold… Three pivotal factors—that you’d never hear about from the mainstream financial media—will coincide by the end of this year to provide a historic boon to gold prices. The bottom line is this “trifecta” of gold events is creating a once-in-a-lifetime setup for gold investors. One that will see the price of gold explode higher.

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.

Are You sure there will be Enough Gold to match the Exploding Demand?

Cracks are now visible in the central banks’ wall of deceit. Trillions of dollars of bonds now trade at negative yields. Helicopter money is in the cards. People the world over now sense the jig is up. So one important question hangs in the air: Will there be enough gold to match exploding demand? Supplies are drying up. So… Has the world reached peak gold? And what does it spell for gold prices?

Peak Gold and Silver May Have Come and Gone

Newly mined supplies of gold and silver will decline in 2016 and beyond. The main culprit is low prices. In 2015, gold and silver prices spent most of the year trading below miners’ all-in production costs. Primary silver production is already on the decline in the major producing countries. Holders of physical gold and silver would be wise to hang on tight to it & keep a long-term perspective.

Peak Gold vs. Peak Silver: A Must See Precious Metals Chart

The information in this precious metals chart will show why the peak of primary gold production will occur before the peak of primary silver production. However, global silver production will likely peak soon after world gold production. Thus, individuals understanding the difference, will likely enjoy a rewarding investment strategy most are currently unaware.

Peak Gold Is Here to Stay - Oliver Gross

The wave of zero-interest liquidity washing over the financial world could result in a short-term gold bottom of $1,000. I like to invest when there is blood in the streets & that is certainly happening with precious metal equities. Today, investors can buy gold and silver stocks at decade-low valuations & historically low bullion-to-equity valuations.

Peak Gold? Russia To Surpass Australia As World No 2 Gold Producer

Decline in gold production in Australia has been blamed on royalties & falling price in recent years. Possibly Australia may have reached “peak gold.” China & Russia are the only 2 large producers to have seen significant gold production increases as sizable ore deposits that were left untapped during the Communist eras are mined today.

Is It Time to Admit that Gold Peaked in 2011?

Some argue that the 2011 peak of $1,921 is the equivalent of the 1970s mania peak of $850 in Jan of 1980. Today’s volatile world is exactly the kind of circumstance gold is best for. Regardless of the measure, gold has not matched its 1980 peak. And the reasons to own it have not faded. Indeed, they have grown.

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