Gold: The Total Eclipse of Donald Trump

John Ing, Maison Placements: There was a time when gold was money. In today’s uncertain world, the yellow metal is back in vogue. Part of gold’s allure is its traditional status as a safe haven when everything else seems risky. But the biggest driver behind the move through $1,300 an ounce is a depreciating greenback, on concerns that the political circus in Washington will eventually impair the government’s ability to function, weighing ever more heavily on our overvalued markets. To be sure, a worsening geo-political climate, the upcoming “debt mess” discussions and Trump’s shutdown threat adds fuel to the fire. Americans run out of money in October. Gold is a good thing to have. Mr. Ing comments on Agnico Eagle Mines, B2Gold, Barrick Gold, Eldorado Gold, Goldcorp, Detour Gold, Newmont, New Gold and Yamana.

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Gold Price Forecast – The London Bullion Market Association asked 23 Gold analysts from around the world for their predictions on the average, high and low price range for the year ahead for Gold. Analysts who contributed to the Survey were invited to identify the top five drivers likely to influence the gold price in 2017. The top two drivers were the US dollar and US real interest rates, followed by demand in China and India, global political events and President Trump’s fiscal and international policies.

Here’s what the Analysts forecast for Gold in 2017.

US Gold Recycling to Remain Subdued, Despite Forecast of Rising Gold Prices – Recently, Pawn America filed for voluntary bankruptcy protection, one reason for which was the increasing online competition it faced. Another issue is likely to have been the decline in the volume of gold being sold back and pledged by US consumers. Although Pawn America plans to emerge from bankruptcy protection, US gold recycling is expected to remain at multi-year lows.

Gold Stock News: Market Trends and Stock Picks

Jay Taylor: Turning Hard Times Into Good Times
Michael Oliver's Plate Tectonics Bode Well for Gold Shares
Jay Taylor's,, guests include: Jeff Deist, Dr. Mark Thornton, John Rubino and Michael Oliver. Deist questions Austrian school economist Thornton about the real reason for booms and busts and concludes that it’s impossible to know exactly when a boom will turn to a bust. Oliver agrees that it’s impossible to know exactly when a boom will end but this veteran technical analyst has an enviable track record for determining when you can safely take a longer term position on either the long or short side of a market. Michael has now correctly called major market turns for gold, commodities, the dollar, T-Bonds and stocks. The fundamentals underlying those markets will be the topic discussed with Rubino with a possible contribution from Michael as well. Jay Taylor and Rubino will also talk about some exceptionally promising junior exploration stocks.

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It’s Time to Buy Gold as Insurance
Investors in the resource sector are starting to lick their chops at the prospects of $5,000 to $10,000 gold within the next few years or perhaps sooner.

Investment in Mexican Mining Seen Rising After Four-Year Downturn
Investment in Mexico’s mining industry is expected to rise this year due in large part to a global recovery in metal prices after four years of declines.

Brien Lundin: Move in Gold Predicts Future Market Uncertainty
VIDEO: We often see a rise toward the end of the summer, and gold usually ends the season higher than at the start. The latest gains seem to be based on geopolitical news, and these kind of moves are often “flashes in the pan.” Gold has a definite bullish posture in this market. This indicates that something is coming, the real reasons for its rise are revealed later. Listen Now!

Why Sprott’s Rick Rule Sold His Bitcoin
VIDEO: Sprott U.S. Holdings’ CEO Rick Rule is known to talk gold and mining stocks, but the outspoken investor also has thoughts on cryptocurrencies. Speaking with Kitco News recently, he said he dabbled in the leading cryptocurrency bitcoin for some time. But, ‘the truth is I am no longer a bitcoin holder,’ he added. Despite much volatility, bitcoin has been on a tear this year, up more than 300% and hovering near the $4,000 price tag, according to Kitco’s aggregated charts. Rule said he sold his bitcoin at half the current price but still thinks the technology behind cryptocurrencies is ‘fascinating.’ ‘Will it change the way that we do commerce worldwide? Absolutely.’ However, the longtime investor said he still does not view bitcoin or other virtual currencies as safe bets. ‘I don’t think it’s a safe haven at all.’
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Lawrie Williams: Gold Mine Output Turning Down This Year. Is Peak Gold With Us?
Analysts at Metals Focus see mine supply as holding up reasonably robustly, at least in the near-term but even so they forecast that global gold mine production will fall marginally overall in 2017, bringing to a close nearly a decade of continued growth.

Agnico Eagle Mines: A Gold Growth Stock With Safe Political Risks
Many a gold stock’s headquarters are situated in a safe, stable country, but its mines may be located abroad and exposed to the downside of some less developed jurisdictions around the world. But Agnico Eagle Mines offers strong production growth in stable political jurisdictions, a solid balance sheet and quality management.

What to Ask Before Investing in Natural Resource Stocks
Rick Rule, Chairman of Sprott Global Resource Investments Ltd., says that the ‘management interview’ is critical before investing in any junior resource company. Here are the questions to ask before investing.

Brent Cook Reveals His Rules and Guidelines for Evaluating Junior Exploration Projects and Companies
Independent exploration analyst, Brent Cook and a number of his accomplished friends have compiled a list of “must read” rules and guidelines for evaluating junior exploration projects and companies.


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