“$10,000 gold” on Federal Reserve’s poor decisions.
“the captains of economic policy are living in a dream world In light of these considerations, investor disinterest in gold and the implied expression of trust in the sustainability of current economic arrangements bewilders us, especially when even small exposure to the metal would be the financial-asset analog of fire insurance on one’s home.”
Senior portfolio manager at Tocqueville Asset Management
“Gold has likely entered the early stages of the next bull-run. A major factor are the lingering macro risks. Making the move into gold now is more compelling than ever.”
“Over the next couple of years, we anticipate that gold will move up to $1,900”
“I predict $8,000 gold and $130 silver over the next 3 – 5 years”
The secretive world of European over-the-counter precious metals trading is coming out of the shadows. For the first time, the London Bullion Market Association has begun releasing weekly trading data, shedding light on a market whose size analysts appear to have grossly overestimated. An average of $37 billion of gold traded each day between major banks and dealers in London, as well as its closely-related market in Zurich, during the second week of November, equivalent to 30 million ounces. That’s just a View More
October marks the start of the Indian wedding season. Savvy investors know Indian wedding season by another name − the gold rush. Read on to learn more about the connection between Indian weddings and gold prices and what this means for gold investors. Why Indian Weddings Mean “Gold Rush” There are 20,000 Indian weddings per year and many of these take place between October and December. A second round of Indian weddings occurs between January and March. These time periods have several View More