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In Gold We Trust 2015: Gold Remains In A Secular Bull Market

In Gold We Trust 2015: Gold Remains In A Secular Bull Market

The ninth edition of In Gold We Trust is out. It is another outstanding, world class report full of unique insights for investors. In Gold We Trust 2015 is focused on the impact of the unusual montary policies on the financial system, investing, and precious metals. In sum, the debt problem is bigger than it seems, and it remains widely misunderstood. This report is a master piece in clarifying the future consequences of the huge global debt burden.

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25 Monetary And Economic Insights From Incrementum’s Advisory Board

25 Monetary And Economic Insights From Incrementum’s Advisory Board

The Incrementum Advisory Board gathers once per quarter to discuss the economic and financial outlook. Respected people like Jim Rickards and Heinz Blasnik are part of the panel. We encourage serious market students to thoroughly read the document as it contains wealth of insights. We picked out 25 insights related to the state of the monetary system, economy and markets.

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Gold Price: Experts Underline Importance Of Decoupling From Dollar

| February 5, 2015 | Category: Price
Gold Price: Experts Underline Importance Of Decoupling From Dollar

Earlier this week, we provided a summary of the key investment insights from 6 top fund and money managers, including Jim Rickards and Ronald Stoeferle, during the recent Incrementum Advisory Board. Part of that discussion was the analysis of the recent action in the gold price. This article highlights the key thoughts in that respect.

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Ronald Stoeferle: Gold Outlook For 2015

| December 23, 2014 | Category: Investing
Ronald Stoeferle: Gold Outlook For 2015

[Sticky post] What gold will do in 2015 is a question that is top of mind of gold investors, particularly during this period of the year. We reached out to gold analyst Ronald-Peter Stoeferle to get his taken on the outlook for gold in 2015. Stoeferle feels that gold is in a long term bottom range. Although the price of the yellow metal could go lower in the short run, it seems unlikely that another price crash similar to the one in the first half of 2013 is about to repeat.

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Ronald Stoeferle: Opposing Forces At Play In The Precious Metals Complex

| December 16, 2014 | Category: Investing
Ronald Stoeferle: Opposing Forces At Play In The Precious Metals Complex

When taking all ongoing trends into consideration, it becomes clear that there are opposing forces at play in the precious metals complex. U.S. Dollar strength and disinflation, supported by the ongoing oil price collapse, are providing headwinds for the metals; on the other hand, a recent rise in fear in the euro area, combined with continuing loose monetary policies, result in favorable conditions.

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Ask Your Question To Ronald Stoeferle, Author Of In Gold We Trust Reports

| September 6, 2014 | Category: Investing
Ask Your Question To Ronald Stoeferle, Author Of In Gold We Trust Reports

We are introducing a new opportunity for our readers to get closer to the experts that are contributing to best-in-class insights on GoldSilverWorlds. Readers and subscribers now can ask their questions about precious metals to top experts, who have one or several decades of experience in different areas of precious metals investing. Ronald Stoeferle is the first expert who is featured. He has made fame across the globe with his excellent In Gold We Trust reports. Simply send your question(s) before September 9th to goldsilverworlds at gmail dot com.

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Will Inflation Make A Comeback In 2014 When The Consensus Worries About Deflation

Will Inflation Make A Comeback In 2014 When The Consensus Worries About Deflation

The Incrementum Inflation Signal started showing rising inflationary momentum after a period of 19 month of disinflation. Is Inflation making a comeback just as the consensus worries about deflation risk? That was the subject of Incrementum’s first Advisory Board in which much respected names have a seat.

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Inflation vs Deflation – Monetary Tectonics In 25 Amazing Charts

Inflation vs Deflation – Monetary Tectonics In 25 Amazing Charts

How is gold impacted in this inflation vs deflation war? The key conclusion of the research is that, due to the fractional reserve banking system and the dynamics of the ‘monetary tectonics’, inflationary and deflationary phases will alternate in the foreseeable future. Gold, being a monetary asset in the view of Austrian economics, tends to rise in inflationary periods and decline during times of disinflation. The key take-away for investors is to position themselves accordingly and consider price declines as buying opportunities for the coming inflationary period.

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Gold Demand – The Greatest Misunderstanding In The Gold Sector

Gold Demand – The Greatest Misunderstanding In The Gold Sector

The demand for physical gold has been driven mainly by the East; Western large investors have been selling gold signaled by the mass exodus from the GLD ETF. Besides, newly mined production only accounts for some 2% of total above-the-ground gold. The new production is low compared to a very high stock; the technical term for this is “stock to flow ratio.” Precious metals are unique commodities from the point of view that they have a very high stock compared to their flow. Gold demand and gold production are no primary drivers of the gold price. Gold demand merely points to a shift in gold ownership from one hand (read: hemisphere ) to another.

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Ronald Stoeferle: Gold Bubble or Bargain?

Ronald Stoeferle: Gold Bubble or Bargain?

The big bubble is not in gold; it is in bonds. The structural debt figures are most known by the debt to GDP ratios of sovereign countries. Besides that, however, Stoeferle gets some worrisome data by looking into the US forecasts of the CBO. Based on the damage on the chart and the length of the correction, Stoeferle expects gold to revisit $1,900 in two years, i.e. 2015.

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Gold Bull & Debt Bear Market In 50 Amazing Charts by Incrementum

Gold Bull & Debt Bear Market In 50 Amazing Charts by Incrementum

In an excellent collection of 50 charts, Ronald Stoeferle presents all fundamental data related to gold’s bull market and the too-big-to-fail debt bubble. The charts cover three major themes: gold, debt and economy, currency debasement. In this article, we highlight the ten most powerful charts. They tell the complete fundamental story and lay out the most likely scenario going forward.

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In Gold We Trust 2013 – Long Term Gold Price Target $2,230

In Gold We Trust 2013 – Long Term Gold Price Target $2,230

The new edition of the “In GOLD We TRUST” report is out. It provides an holistic view on the latest developments in the gold market. This edition of the report is characterized by a focus on the monetary aspect(s) of gold, a subject which remains highly underexposed in almost every other report. The consensus could be convinced that the gold bull market has ended but In GOLD we Trust 2013 points to the fundamental arguments why the gold bull market remains intact. Based on conservative assumptions, the long-term price target is $2,230.

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