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London Gold Bulls vs. Bears – No Real Winners

by Lawrence Williams,

London’s Association of Mining Analysts (AMA) organised a very well attended gold bulls vs bears debate Thursday evening in which a panel of six (three bulls and three bears) put forward the case for, or against, gold as they saw it. This followed on from a successful similar debate two years earlier which was seen as being won by the bulls – but it was the bears on that occasion who, in retrospect, came up with the more accurate predictions.

Fast forward two years and opinions remain just as divided. Despite the fundamentals of gold remaining broadly the same, although the gold price is now a little lower. The macro picture may have moved on a lot in that time but the outlook remains just as uncertain now as it did then.

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1 comment to London Gold Bulls vs. Bears – No Real Winners

  • rich

    Hastert Resigns from CME for Paying to Make His Bad Behavior Go Away

    Hastert served on CME Group’s Board since 2008 He’s also on the board of Rex American Resources Group. Consider what Rex’s latest proxy statement said about Hastert:

    Mr. Hastert is currently also a director of CME Group, Inc., a derivatives marketplace that includes the Chicago Merchantile Exchange (CME), Board of Trade of the City of Chicago (CBOT), New York Merchantile Exchange (NYMEX) and Commodity Exchange (COMEX). Mr. Hastert is Chairman of the Compensation Committee and serves on the Governance, Nominating and Strategic Steering Committees of CME Group. Mr. Hastert’s prior government service, government leadership roles and experience in commodities markets will assist the Board and management in governmental and regulatory matters affecting our business.

    I’ll venture Dennis Hastert treated someone like a commodity and that’s why he secretly agreed to pay $3.5 million. It seems fitting that a key leader of a major financial institution would be so ethically tainted. The apple is the tree.

    imagine what might “go away” for a little bling?…

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