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The Gold Price Has Been Captured By The Modern Banking System

The dynamics behind the gold market are however different now from the early seventies. This time, the gold price is likely to be driven by physical shortages in the old world, as American and European investors wake up to stagflation, their central bank’s interest rate dilemma, and the loss of physical liquidity from their vaults.

Silly Myths about Gold during Rising Interest Rates

The myth of rising rates being bad for hard assets persists in spite of data that show the exact opposite is true. Meanwhile, spot gold prices have traded below mining production costs for much of the year – presaging supply destruction in the months ahead. That is a far more important development in the outlook for precious metals markets than anything the Fed did or said this week.

Gold Prices Are Bound To Rise Because …

Currency units will devalue, the purchasing power of savings will disappear, and gold prices will revalue HIGHER. Place your trust in gold and silver … or trust that your assets, savings, and purchasing power will be protected by bankers, politicians, and fiat currencies. It should be an easy choice. Gold prices are bound to rise because …

Precious Metals Offer The Most Profitable Secular Opportunity Today

Investors are faced with a serious challenge: how exactly to play the beaten down precious metals sector? If anything, investors must avoid too much risk when putting capital at work. Here are the four rules that investors should take into account which, especially in these hard times, are important to respect in a disciplined way. Secular investing pays off over the long term.

Will A Possible Hike In Interest Rates Hit Energy Markets?

While both the equity rally and the commodity sell-off appear overdone, logic dictates that these trends could well continue in the face of an improving economy and rising interest rates. But at the risk of ignoring cognitive dissonance, financial markets also seem ripe for a counterintuitive move, as indicators reach extremes: commodities could rebound amid a correction in equities.

The 3 Myth's About Rising Interest Rates

The markets assume that when the Federal Reserve “Tapers,” or eventually ceases, its current bond buying program that interest rates will begin to rise – However, there are three primary issues which should be considered that fail to support this widely held belief.

Commercial Lending Suggests Weaker Employment

If businesses were indeed gearing up for stronger economic activity in the months ahead which would lead to an increase in employment, we should be seeing a reflection of this ramp up in commercial loans & not a downturn in loans as is being seen.

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