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Keep the Faith – This Bull Market in Gold STILL Promises to Be One for the History Books! Here’s Why

Seeing the S&P 500 outperform gold and seeing gold stocks get decimated...has been enough to create suicidal sentiment...in the precious metals (PM) sector...but, as the many calls for an end of the PM bull market...[are expressed,] the risk in the PM sector gets lower and lower. The bigger picture hasn't changed and isn't going to for some time [so] keep the faith and hold onto your PM sector items tight. Don't let the short and intermediate-term noise distract you from what STILL promises to be a secular bull market for the history books. The Dow to Gold ratio will hit 2 and might even go below 1 this cycle. [Let me explain.] Words: 873

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Gold is Not in a Bubble – Here's Why

"Gold is in a bubble" is a comment that is usually made with little evidence to support this claim. Typically, the primary support is the fact that the Gold price has meaningfully risen over the last decade but citing a rising price is simply insufficient to draw such conclusions. [Let me explain.] Words: 534

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Gold Could Go to $7,275! Here's Why

With gold trading Thursday (August 18) at close to $1835/oz, many are asking if gold is in a bubble. While gold may be expensive relative to its price last year, how does it compare with that of the S&P 500 -and, as such, how much higher might we expect gold to go]? Words: 346

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