Gold Rallies! Can it Last?

The Fed can fix monetary policy, but cannot fix deglobalization, public debt, or fiscal spending. They can’t fix the reasons we own gold.

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Gold vs. Money Supply

The price of gold has tracked the rapid expansion of money supply throughout history, both in the United States and globally. As M2 continues its long-term parabolic growth, so will gold.

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Gold’s Tug-of-War

Bullish stock market sentiment and unexpected U.S. Dollar strength are putting pressure on gold, while increased volatility in the equities and bond markets support safe haven demand for the yellow metal.

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The Real Risk of Inflation

The fallout from COVID-19 may be reversing the long-term trend of low inflation, which has dominated the U.S. economy for decades.

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Bullish Indicators Balance the Bad

In both the stock market and the precious metals markets, investors face a paralyzing collection of bearish and bullish evidence. Everyone is looking for the asset that will emerge as the winner in this new era of finance.

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A $100 Drop Halts Gold’s Bullish Trend

Gold bounced off the 50% correction line after last week’s plunge. The metal’s next move will either strengthen the bullish reversal or signify a continuation of the 10-month bear market.

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Gold Approaches a Breaking Point

Gold put in a double bottom at the key support level of $1,680, and is now experiencing some bullish action to the upside. Did gold finally turn around?

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Gold’s Moment of Truth

Gold bounced off a key support level last week, and continues to hold its gains after the Fed’s announcement to maintain easy money policies.

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