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“Buy Gold” As Equities “Rolling Over” Warns UBS

by Mark O’Byrne, Gold Core:

UBS has warned that the seven-year cycle in equities is rolling over, we could see a sharp 30% correction in stocks and that as per the headline of their ‘Technical Outlook 2016′, it is time to “buy gold”.

In their just released research note entitled ‘The 7-Year Cycle in Equities Is Rolling Over … Buy Gold!’, analysts Michael Riesner and Marc Müller believe the bear market that has dominated the price of gold since 2011 is nearing a bottom, with the “basis for the next multi-year bull market” now taking hold:

 

Gold we expect to move into a major 8-year cycle bottom in 2016, as the basis for a new multi-year bull market.”

“Gold has been trading in a cyclical bear market since 2011. In 2016, we expect gold and gold mines moving into an 8-year cycle bottom as the basis for the next multi-year bull market. Initially, we see gold profiting as a safe haven and as of 2017, gold could profit from the US dollar moving in a major top and starting a bear market.” 

“In contrast to the underlying secular trend in commodities (which has turned bearish) we see gold (which is in our view a currency and not a commodity) still trading in a secular bull market.

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1 comment to “Buy Gold” As Equities “Rolling Over” Warns UBS

  • JohnF

    “UBS has warned that the seven-year cycle in equities is rolling over, we could see a sharp 30% correction in stocks and that as per the headline of their ‘Technical Outlook 2016′, it is time to “buy gold”.

    Now the Banks are recommending you buy gold now that their self created 7 year cycle of prosperity with 0 percent interest rates for their Favorite Too Big Too Jail Corporations, Wall Street & the Banksters is coming to an end – Now the Seven Bad Years.

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