We seem to have forgotten about gold in the U.S., where we saw a 46% decline in bullion coin sales this year. But in the U.K. they can’t buy enough of the stuff.
Every time you look at a chart, you can see something different. And I came across one recently that is signaling gold is about to break out.
There is a natural hedge for a falling U.S. dollar, and, if you haven’t already, it’s high time you took a closer look at investing in gold.
I expect the market price for gold to begin to rally in anticipation of a hyperdeflationary resolution of history’s greatest orgy of debt.
Gold is seen as more trustworthy than any paper currency. And not only is gold alive and kicking, but it needs to play an important role in your portfolio.
If you were waiting on the sidelines after this year’s monster rally, this may be your last chance to buy gold and gold mining stocks at these prices…
What does it mean to “own” something? It’s a question every investor should be asking … especially if that something is gold.
A year ago, mining companies were in the midst of the “Great Dividend Cut.” But dividends are back, and that’s good news not just for stock investors, but for gold prices as well.
Why should you bother owning gold or precious metals? Wealth insurance, plain and simple. And with central banks doing what they do best, boy, do we need some insurance these days.