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Why the rush to buy gold coins shows the way the gold price will go

by Peter Cooper, Arabian Money:

There’s a rush to buy gold coins and bars all over the world this autumn. Last week coin sales at the US Mint were running at the highest this year with September sales double the August tally. There was a similar surge in sales of coins and minted bars at the Perth Mint to 68,781 ounces last month with Chinese buyers accounting for 80 per cent of business. The super-rich are stocking up on gold. In Perth the biggest seller is the one-kilogram bars, which are worth about $45,000 each at current prices. Buyers tell dealers they are buying gold as an insurance against a market collapse. But the other reason that they are buying gold now is the drop in the price to around $1,200 an ounce.

Investment logic: Is this logical? In investment markets most investors are only comfortable about investing after a long uptrend when they can feel really sure about future performance. Sadly that is the madness of crowds speaking and being among the last to invest in an asset class going up is a fatal error.

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1 comment to Why the rush to buy gold coins shows the way the gold price will go

  • Frank Zak

    The next collapse will not come from real estate.
    People are locked in fixed rate loans now at 4%.

    Debt is why we buy gold. Dollar and employment numbers
    are a sideshow.

    Long term gold players will start accumulating here and
    will cost avg to $950. Not much risk here.

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