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History Is About To Repeat & It Will Shock The World

from KingWorldNews:

The 13 year cycle applies to the S & P 500/DJIA and gold. When the S & P 500 tops in the 13th, year gold bottoms in the 13th year. It has been that way since U. S. citizens were granted the right to own gold.

The chart below shows 3 separate 13-year cycles starting in 1973.

If you look at the center portion of the chart below, it shows the where the vicious bear market ended in 1974.

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1 comment to History Is About To Repeat & It Will Shock The World

  • rich

    Alex Stanczyk: Physical Supply Never Been Tighter

    Well, there you go.

    …At this Swiss refinery there have been several times this year on which they were unable to source gold, this shocked me. They’re bringing in good delivery bars, scrap and dore from the mines, basically all they can get their hands on. This gentleman has been in the business for 37 years, he was there during the last bull market in the late seventies. I asked him when was the last time this has happened, that he was unable to source gold, he said never. And I clarified it, I asked: let me make sure if I understand what you’re saying to me, in the last 37 years you’ve worked in the gold industry this has never happened? He said: this has never happened.

    …There was one other comment that was fascinating, he said sometimes when they get gold in, it’s coming from the back corners of the vaults. He knew this because these were good delivery bars marked in the sixties. This is a huge supply squeeze and its worse than anything that has happened in the last four decades. At some point there is going to be a massive squeeze on the price.

    …All four Swiss refineries combined may be doing as much as [supply China] 2000 tons this year. That doesn’t include what the Perth Mint ships to China, it doesn’t include the 400 tons the Chinese mined domestically, and it doesn’t include what they mined offshore with the mining companies they own all over the world. I suspect that total Chinese demand can reach as much as total global mining production this year.

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