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Should I Invest in Gold at Current Levels

Should I Invest in Gold at Current Levels

Investing in gold at the current levels can help investors in building up a solid portfolio. Considering the fact that the levels that we saw in the beginning of this year are a long way ahead, there is a good reason to be bullish on the yellow metal. While gold has in it to provide significant gains to investors in the coming time, those who wish to use it as a hedge against investment can also benefit from it in the long run. Despite our positive outlook on gold, we will still advise you to exercise discretion before investing in gold.

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Gold & Silver – Antidote Against The Status Quo Of The Establishment

Gold & Silver – Antidote Against The Status Quo Of The Establishment

In this article, author GE Christenson compares the timely character of gold and silver. They have served humanity as a store of value and wealth for over 3,000 years. This is in sharp contrast to the values an habits associated with the (economic and political) establishment. In that respect, think of paper money, unfunded liabilities, pension plans, exponentially increasing debt, massive budget deficits, “too-big-to-fail” banks.

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GLD Exodus Is Reversing

| August 16, 2013 | Category: Investing
GLD Exodus Is Reversing

Both last Friday and this Wednesday, GLD experienced enough differential buying pressure to necessitate builds of 0.2% each day. These are modest, but they are still noteworthy. It is actually the first time in all of 2013 that GLD has enjoyed two builds in less than a single week. The GLD exodus reversal looks to be starting!

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Gold In Swiss Vaults – The Ultimate Form Of Wealth Protection

Gold In Swiss Vaults – The Ultimate Form Of Wealth Protection

In a confession released by Bloomberg, Swiss gold and silver trader Pro Aurum explains how demand for gold bars has boomed right after the financial crisis in Cyprus in March of this year. The article unsurprisingly points to the increasing value amid declining precious metals prices.

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Marc Faber: Gold And Miners Most Attractive Relative To Other Assets

Marc Faber: Gold And Miners Most Attractive Relative To Other Assets

Given the negative sentiment, Marc Faber likes investing in gold. Why? Because it is a buy RELATIVE TO other assets. Investors should not look at it necessarily in absolute terms, but in comparison to paintings, colletibles, the Dow Jones, S&P 500, the Russell 2000, ea. He adds to it that the S&P 500 was trading at 1554 in March 2000 which is only 10% higher today. Gold has been an ecellent investment because it is 5 times higher right now. The investment has worked on a long term basis, not for investors who joined the hype in 2011.

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A Monetary Master Explains Inflation

| August 9, 2013 | Category: Investing
A Monetary Master Explains Inflation

Mr. Bernanke will get to visit his ideal world of 2% price inflation, but it will only be a whistle stop. The price inflation that lies ahead will be at least as bad as what happened in the 1970s episode, when the annual inflation rate approached 15%. The money that’s already been printed so far may be enough to produce such a 1970s-size problem.

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Advice on Buying Gold

Advice on Buying Gold

Gold has an intrinsic value, and it is free from any external liabilities unlike the stock market, therefore, being patient and looking at it as a long-term investment can prove to be extremely beneficial for investors. After reaching high levels of $1,900 per ounce in 2011, gold prices are hovering at around $1,278 per ounce currently. Experts are of the belief that this is good time to enter the gold market on a long-term basis.

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Global Gold’s Quarterly Outlook – Has Gold Exited The Bull Market?

Global Gold’s Quarterly Outlook – Has Gold Exited The Bull Market?

Though gold has started to pick up, it may take time to recover from the slump it faced this year. Gold is not in the bear market yet, but rather in a mid-cycle correction similar to the mid-cycle correction of 1974-1976, mainly caused by great pessimism over the gold price. According to Incrementum Advisors, the market has not yet witnessed the ‘euphoria’ usually seen at the end of the bull market, therefore expecting a final stage the form of a trend acceleration and hike in the gold price.

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4 Reasons Why Hedge Funds Will Continue To Dislike Gold

4 Reasons Why Hedge Funds Will Continue To Dislike Gold

For gold bulls it is enriching to analyze the arguments of the ones at the other side of the trade. In the case of gold one should simply turn on a mainstream media channel to get this information. In that respect, a CNBC interview highlighted four reasons why hedge funds will continue to dominate the gold price down. When analyzing these arguments, however, one can quickly conclude that it is a trader’s point of view. Moreover, for each argument there is a valid counter-argument.

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Gold Investing – Are The 7 Fundamental Drivers And Negative Real Rates Still Intact?

Gold Investing – Are The 7 Fundamental Drivers And Negative Real Rates Still Intact?

The latest investment research paper from the World Gold Council analyzes three topics in detail: (1) Gold and US interest rates: a reality check (2) What drives gold? Factors that influence the asset class and its role in a portfolio (3) The role of gold in defined-contribution plans explained in a Mexico case study.

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The Secret’s Out: Now Is the Time for International Diversification

The Secret’s Out: Now Is the Time for International Diversification

For the Western debt-addicted countries, years of profligate spending have more or less sealed their economic fates. Faced with economic uncertainty, governments will search for new ways to plunder the productive members of society. These may include capital controls, more onerous regulations, or wealth confiscation, either explicitly or by way of the printing press. Amid all of the doom and gloom, there are still opportunities to be seized.

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Gold – Should You Trust Your Instincts?

Gold – Should You Trust Your Instincts?

With a rising stock market based on cheap credit it’s no wonder that precious metals have taken a hit. Investors move money to where they think they can get the best return. The trouble is that even as stocks are going up and the gold price is hurting, investors and central banks are loading up on gold and silver like never before. There’s a disconnect here. Who is right and who is wrong?

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The Truth About Gold Backwardation

The Truth About Gold Backwardation

For the moment being the gold market is NOT in backwardation. It has not been at any time whatsoever on the Comex during the entire time this backwardation talk commenced and picked up some gullible followers.

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Marc Faber: I Don’t Feel Comfortable Holding Cash With Banks

Marc Faber: I Don’t Feel Comfortable Holding Cash With Banks

I was expecting gold to be in a correcting mode after 2011, but I didn’t expect the price to come down this much because had I expected it to happen and had I been sure about it happening, I probably would have sold my gold and bought it back more recently. Equally, I have an asset allocation and I don’t feel comfortable holding cash with banks. I don’t feel comfortable with any paper currencies, so at all times, I want to have some of my money in metals.

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