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More Trouble Ahead

The gold/copper ratio reached its highest level in three years in the third quarter, in what could potentially be a signal for price movement in the year or even years ahead. The World Bank recently, according to Kitco, said that the price of gold is likely to push back towards the $1600 region. There are numerous potential reasons for gold to push higher as copper and base metals push lower or remain stagnant. In fact, a price of $1600 per ounce represents a less-than six... Continue Reading

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Demand For Gold Soaring

The gold market has seen some solid gains since the beginning of this year. Investment demand for the yellow metal could be attributed to numerous factors including the economic slowdown in China, deflationary risks, ongoing geopolitical tensions, uncertainty over U.S. interest rates, and more. We would certainly have no trouble laying out a very bullish case for gold at this point, but it doesn’t matter what we think, it only matters what you think. We would make the argument that gold has many reasons to... Continue Reading

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