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The Last Time This Indicator Was At These Levels Gold Surged 485%: “At Today’s Prices It Would Take Gold Over $6,000 Per Ounce”

by Mac Slavo, SHTFPlan:

After a stellar start in 2016 investors saw their gold holdings get hammered into the end of the year. But the gold bull market may see a resurgence in 2017 after President Trump takes office later this month.

As Future Money Trends highlights in the following video, there are a number of factors that will contribute to its next big move forward, including one particular indicator that has been so accurate in the past it’s impossible to ignore:

The reality is there is only one single indicator that has always pointed to the rise of gold… one that is a screaming indicator to buy or sell gold… the last time this indicator was this bullish for gold it surged from $175 per ounce to $850 in less than two years… that’s a 485% increase… A move that at today’s prices would take gold over $6,000 per ounce by 2019.

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2 comments to The Last Time This Indicator Was At These Levels Gold Surged 485%: “At Today’s Prices It Would Take Gold Over $6,000 Per Ounce”

  • John

    Utter bullshit,gold will only rise,if Tptb,allow it to rise.they can keep this up forever.the only good thing,is that silver is a steal.silver is the only asset,on the planet,that is a third of its price,36 years ago.

  • Steelerdude

    I would absolutely throw all the rules out the window if they ever let gold and silver make new
    highs (gold over $2100 and silver over $50)….there would be blood on the streets and mass
    panic. Simple as that.

    Unfortunately, they will continue to suppress the metals as long as they can….and that means
    when the pressure cooker lid blows it blows and life will be different for all of us….

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