Pre­cious Met­als Out­look For 2015

Will Savvy In­vestors Gain 60% In Gold? Learn How To Profit From Golds Re­bound.

Los Angeles Times - - THE NATION -

Will Gold Soar To It’s $1923 High? You de­cide

At the time of this writ­ing, gold has re­bounded this year. A sig­nif­i­cant drop in 2013 set a floor of $1172 an ounce and has stood firm even as oil has lost half its value. Gold set record high of $1,923.70 an ounce reached in 2011 and climb­ing back strong in 2015. That be­ing said, the av­er­age in­vestor won­ders how gold could take such a dive when it has been used as money and

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viewed as a “safe haven” for thou­sands of years. unan­swered ques­tion re­mains, why did gold drop? Some say the Fed­eral Re­serve has to pro­tect the illusion of the

“Strong Dollar”…… By any means nec­es­sary. Is this truly the case or just mar­ket forces at work? Many be­lieve money is earned not cre­ated, when in fact money can be cre­ated by the Fed­eral Re­serve at will with­out any back­ing what­so­ever. A re­cent ex­am­ple of the money cre­ation is what is called

Fed’s “Quan­ti­ta­tive Eas­ing” a fancy eu­phemism for in­fla­tion or mon­e­ti­za­tion of debt. This pol­icy of mon­e­tiz­ing one tril­lion dol­lars of bonds an­nu­ally put pres­sure on the US dollar, the value of which de­clined in terms of gold. When gold hit $1,900 per ounce in 2011, the Fed­eral Re­serve re­al­ized that $2,000 per ounce could have a psy­cho­log­i­cal im­pact

that would spread into the dollar’s ex­change rate with other cur­ren­cies, re­sult­ing in a run on the dollar as both for­eign and do­mes­tic hold­ers sold dol­lars to avoid the fall in value. Once this re­al­iza­tion hit, the ma­nip­u­la­tion of the gold price moved be­yond cen­tral bank leas­ing of gold to bul­lion deal­ers in or­der to cre­ate an ar­ti­fi­cial mar­ket sup­ply to ab­sorb de­mand that oth­er­wise would have pushed gold prices higher. “ Ma­nip­u­la­tion can only last so long, this is the bot­tom of the mar­ket with gold at it’s min­ing cost of $1200. In­vestors are po­si­tion­ing for gold ’ s re­bound to $1923 an ounce to gain a stag­ger­ing 60% profit!”

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