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The Coming End To The Bear Phase In Gold

from Gold Silver Worlds:

It’s been almost 30 months since the gold bull hit the dizzy heights of $1900/oz back in August 2011, sending many of us into raptures. However, it has been a very different story since then with gold slipping to a low of $1180/oz in June 2013 before bouncing higher to almost touch the $1400/oz level. Fast forward to today and we have gold trading at around $1310/oz level, having tested the June bottom around Christmas time 2013. Many believe that the bottom is now in and the bull has resumed charge, with the bears being exhausted. We would like to agree with them but we are still of the opinion that a challenge to the June lows could still lie ahead of us.

Gold prices are presently being dragged in both directions with the geo-political issues in the Ukraine putting upward pressure on gold as it is viewed as a safe haven in terms of protecting ones wealth. Gold is something you can take with you should the need arrive and you have to move to a safer location in a hurry. However, for many of us our need to own gold is based the perennial devaluation of our own countries currency. In the world of paper money it is difficult to think of a country where the government is not actively trying to devalue its own currency via various forms of money printing.

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1 comment to The Coming End To The Bear Phase In Gold

  • Frank Zak

    Good article.

    When gold hits $1300 buy all you can.

    Forget the experts. Forget everything.

    Only gold can save you.

    When this all goes down, you will wish
    you had some gold.

    Listen to us oldtimers.

    ONLY GOLD CAN SAVE YOU.

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