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Gold Offers The Most Profitable Secular Opportunity

| August 13, 2015 | Category: Investing
Gold Offers The Most Profitable Secular Opportunity

There are four rules that investors should take into account which, especially in these hard times, are important to respect in a disciplined way. Admittedly, it is a contrarian approach, and it is probably not what most investors would do.

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Gold: Investor Sentiment Ultra-Bearish, Perfect Setup For Contrarian Call

Gold: Investor Sentiment Ultra-Bearish, Perfect Setup For Contrarian Call

The investing problem is that almost every investor is looking away from precious metals at this point. As a matter of fact, it is only a handful investors that are turning their attention to the metals. The ongoing sell off is setting up for an extremely interesting buying opportunity as metals and miners are unrealistically priced. So the number of investors that will benefit from this selloff will be, as usualy, very small.

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Why Gold Will Shine In The Near Future

Why Gold Will Shine In The Near Future

Gold investors have been suffering in the last 3.5 years. The outlook for gold, however, is quite positive, according to John Hathaway. Driven by extremes in sentiment, the fact that the gold production will fall at current price levels, the advances in institutionalizing the Chinese gold market, the world monetary system, it seems that gold investors will be rewarded in the future. In a recent interview with The Gold Report, Tocqueville Asset Management fund managers Doug Groh and John Hathaway share their view on the gold market.

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Gold And Silver Price – Rally Or Not? War Or Not? Probably Not For Both.

| May 10, 2014 | Category: Price
Gold And Silver Price – Rally Or Not? War Or Not? Probably Not For Both.

The purpose of this article, and recent ones on this topic, is how the prices for gold and silver will not be rallying significantly until the resolve of the devolving West plays out, or at least that of the increasingly dysfunctional de facto federal government, vastly different and distinct from the people living within the country. It is silly for anyone to lament over the higher prices paid for acquiring what gold and silver they have. Price is irrelevant.

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