Earlier this year, I warned that gold prices would drop, when I wrote that the rise in gold prices did not indicate the end of the correction, and that we might see a move back to its recent bottom, or possibly an even lower bottom. As of this moment, gold is trading at €925 per troy ounce, well over €50 above its low of December 2013. In sum, gold trades at well over 5% above its bottom

A Few Words of Optimism for Gold Investors

In the 1970’s, the Correction Was Worse

The Big Difference between the 1970’s and Now

What Has Changed Since the Past Bottom?

Debt Makes Fragile

The Reasons for Investing in Gold Are Unchanged

A Few Words of Optimism


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