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Why Gold Could Soar Another 353%

from Casey Research:

Gold is on the rise again…

It’s climbed for two straight weeks, and it’s now up nearly 5% since December 15.

Many precious metals investors couldn’t be happier about this.

You see, gold stormed out of the gate last year. It had its strongest first quarter since 1986. By the end of June, it had risen 25%. Things were looking up.

Then, the market changed course. Gold plunged 18% in just four months. Last month, it hit its lowest level since last February.


• The sharp pullback spooked precious metals investors…

But regular Dispatch readers knew that gold would rebound.

After such an explosive start to 2016, it was only natural for gold to “take a breather.”

We urged you to not lose sight of the big picture.

As we often remind you, gold’s a safe-haven asset. Investors buy it when they’re worried about the economy, financial system, or politics.

And right now, investors have plenty of reasons to be worried, even if some are still enjoying the “Trump Honeymoon” phase.

• Louis James thinks gold will keep rising…

Louis is our chief resource expert. He is the editor of International Speculator and Casey Resource Investor, our advisories dedicated to resource stocks with big upside.

According to Louis, gold has struggled recently because investors expect interest rates to rise. They have good reason to think this, too.

After all, the Federal Reserve just raised its key interest rate… but for only the second time since 2006. It also said that it plans to lift rates three more times this year.

Conventional wisdom tells us that this is bad for gold. Since gold doesn’t pay interest like a bond, most investors don’t want to own it when rates are rising or are likely to rise.

• According to Louis, the market has already “priced in” higher interest rates…

This means gold shouldn’t fall if the Fed sticks to its plan and raises rates three more times this year.

Of course, that’s a big “if.” Heading into last year, the Fed said it wanted to raise rates four times. But it only raised rates once last year, and it waited until the eleventh hour to pull the trigger.

We wouldn’t be surprised if the Fed sits on its hands again. If that happens, investors will know something is very wrong with the economy. Many folks will start buying gold hand over fist.

• But that’s not the only reason Louis is bullish on gold…

Last week, he gave his subscribers several reasons why gold should keep rising:

➢ Rumors of new gold curbs in India have not panned out.

➢ Fear of the fall of New Rome [the EU] is driving Europeans into [U.S.] dollars and gold.

➢ The escalation of the “other” Cold War with China increases uncertainty in global markets.

➢ Even Trump’s best ideas (cuts in taxes and regulations) will cause disruptions that will have to work through the economy before things can improve.

• Gold is incredibly cheap, too…

Louis explains:

Gold needs to rise another US$900 or so to hit a new inflation-adjusted high. Given the trillions and trillions of new dollars, euros, yen, yuan, and so forth printed over the last 45 years, it should do much more than that.

Right now, gold is trading for about $1,180. In other words, it would have to climb about 75% to reach its previous inflation-adjusted high.

But Louis thinks gold could race well past that in the coming years:

Many analysts see the current market as analogous to the great gold bull of the 1970s, only bigger and longer. Adjusted for inflation, gold rose about 353% from its mid-1970s trough to its 1980 peak. If that pattern repeats itself, gold would have to rise from its December 2015 low to just above US$5,200 per ounce by October 2022.

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