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Wednesday, January 22 2020

Gold is like “life insurance”; Rick Rule has never seen this in his life

With bond yields at historical lows, and even negative in some parts of the world, investors are navigating uncharted waters, and gold demand could see a surge, says Rick Rule,

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Wednesday, January 15 2020

World’s largest hedge fund sees gold price rising 30 per cent

The co-chief investment officer of the world’s biggest hedge fund has said gold could surge to a record high above $2,000 an ounce as global political uncertainties increase.

Jensen also told the paper he believed the US Federal Reserve would let inflation run hot for a while, creating the circumstances for higher gold prices as investors turn to the precious metal to hedge inflationary forces.

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Sunday, December 29 2019

Taking the Hard Way Out

That is the "big bomb of debt monetization that ends up sending gold beyond a bull market towards a parabolic surge.”

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Tuesday, December 17 2019

We Are Still at the Beginning of a Big Bull Market for Gold

Ronald looks back at gold's performance during 2019 and discusses how it operates as a seventh sense in the market. Gold is revealing issues and projecting an increase in recessionary and inflationary concerns

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Thursday, December 12 2019

The Wealthy Are Hoarding Physical Gold

Trade data implies that gold in storage has increased far more rapidly than is reflected by financial market instruments, indicating a widespread preference for physical gold instead of gold-linked financial assets …

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Tuesday, December 3 2019

What happens to gold if COMEX collapses?

Murrell’s point is that the price of physical (today) should carry a substantial "physical premium" to the futures price, due to the almost certain possibility that (one day) the futures will be cash settled AND the physical price will jump higher on the same date.

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Sunday, December 1 2019

The Rally in Gold is Just Getting Started

Gold prices recently rose to more than $1,400 per ounce. Is this a fluke or could prices actually rally to over $10,000?

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Thursday, November 21 2019

Rick Rule audio

Rick Rule explains what to make of the existing political and market environment and how he plans to survive the troubled waters that lie ahead.

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Wednesday, November 20 2019

Repos, QE4 and the Fed's Failure

Why gold always maintains its purchasing power

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Friday, November 15 2019

Gold Macro Update by Ronald-Peter Stöferle

Gold Macro Update by Ronald-Peter Stöferle

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John Hathaway in Conversation with Anthony Vaccaro

John Hathaway in Conversation with Anthony Vaccaro

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Tuesday, November 12 2019

Five charts to contemplate as we prepare for the new year

Will 2019 be the year of the big breakout for gold?

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Saturday, October 5 2019

Tocqueville Gold Strategy Buy This Dip

Following a strong first eight months of the year, the precious-metals complex may be in the process of offering investors one final chance to enter on attractive terms before lurking systemic risks erupt into breakaway price action.

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Saturday, September 28 2019

Gold Metal Issues And Stops Report

Largest 1st day delivery since Dec 2011

7,214 Contracts

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Saturday, September 21 2019

Pierre Lassonde Says Gold Could Hit $25,000 in 30 Years

One of the highlights of Pierre’s presentation was his forecast for the price of gold in the next 30 years. After analyzing gold’s historical compound annual growth rate (CAGR) over the past 50 years, ever since President Nixon formally took the U.S. off the gold standard, Pierre says he sees an average price target of $12,500 an ounce by 2049. And under the “right” conditions, it could go as high as $25,000!

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Tuesday, September 10 2019

Bank of England’s Carney delivers dollar shocker

Question: What do Jeffrey Gundlach, Ray Dalio, Mark Mobius, Stanley Druckenmiller, Paul Tudor-Jones, David Einhorn, Naguib Sawiris, Paul Singer, and Thomas Kaplan – some of the greatest financial minds of a generation – all have in common?

Answer: An attachment to gold and its presence in their personal financial holdings as a safe-haven hedge.

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Sunday, September 8 2019

Dalio’s Analogue

The Bond Blow-Off, Rising Gold Prices, and the Late 1930s Analogue

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Saturday, September 7 2019

Frank Holmes Says Gold at $10,000 Isn't Crazy

Some investors talk of $2,000 an ounce gold, but Frank thinks $10,000 an ounce wouldn’t be crazy. “I don’t think it’s going to happen in the next 12 months, but I think that the supply of gold has peaked.”

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Tuesday, August 27 2019

UBS Says It's Staying Long Gold as Price Destined for $1,600

Gold will extend its winning ways as the U.S.-China standoff harms growth, risking a deeper slowdown and inviting more central-bank easing, according to UBS Group AG, which jacked up price forecasts with a prediction the precious metal may hit $1,600 within three months.

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Sunday, August 25 2019

JPM: Is the dollar's "exorbitant privilege" coming to an end?

Given the persistent—and rising—deficits in the United States (in both fiscal and trade), we believe the U.S. dollar could become vulnerable to a loss of value relative to a more diversified basket of currencies, including gold. As we scan client portfolios, we see that many of them have far more U.S. dollar exposure than we feel is prudent. At this stage of the economic cycle, we believe this exposure should be more diversified. In many cases, our recommendation would likely be to place a higher weighting on other G10 currencies, currencies in Asia and gold.

Note: gold increased to 5% in chart.

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