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MAINSTREAM MEDIA Tells People to AVOID GOLD in 2014 – “Wouldnt Buy Gold with my Worst Enemies Money”
It was a year of stocks shining bright when it comes to adding to the investors’ wealth, and the glitter of gold and silver fading for the second straight year in 2013.
Measured by benchmark index Sensex, stock market has generated a positive return of about 9 per cent for investors in 2013, while gold prices fell by about three per cent and its poorer cousin silver plummeted close to 24 per cent. After outperforming stock market for more than a decade, gold has been on back foot fo .. (more…)
David Morgan of Silver-Investor.com says, “The financial system on a global economic scale is in a place that has never ever been established before. So, it is very difficult to forecast how it will unravel.” But, unravel it will. That’s why Morgan says, “This is why I am such an advocate of hard money, gold and physical silver. You want to be early. You don’t want to be late.” What will the price of gold and silver be this time next year? Morgan says, “I think we’ll see $30 to $34 silver and $1,700 gold by the end of 2014.” Join Greg Hunter as he goes One-on-One with silver expert David Morgan.
Your host Miguel Perez-Santalla, Vice President of BullionVault is joined by Jim Rogers who cofounded the Quantum Fund, is a professor and author and was able to retire at age thirty-seven. They will be discussing the state of the global economy and the effects of Central Bank activities. Where will the potential for growth be and how gold may fit in a portfolio.
JIM ROGERS cofounded the Quantum Fund and retired at age thirty-seven. Since then he has served as a sometime professor of finance at Columbia University’s business school, and as a media commentator worldwide. In 2007, he moved his family to Singapore in the belief that the 21st century will be the century of Asia. (more…)
Gold’s twelve-year run of gains draws to a close this year, and the pain for investors in the metal might not be over.
Gold bullion prices started their run-up way back in 2000, when the commodity was trading around $300.00 an ounce. From there, it took the precious metal 12 years to break above $1,900 an ounce—an unprecedented move. When an investment, such as gold bullion, rises 500%, a major pullback is expected which is exactly what happened since gold is currently down 40% from its all-time high. The bullish fundamentals for precious metals haven’t really changed since the correction. Demand for gold bullion is strong, while supply is actually dwindling as gold miners cut back on production, adjusting for lower gold bullion prices. (more…)