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Gold Price Forecast: How the Yellow Metal Will Reach $5,000 per Ounce

September 28th, 2014
in gold

Money Morning Article of the Week

by Peter Krauth, Money Morning

Gold price forecast, Sept. 10, 2014: In April 2010 I made a somewhat controversial prediction that gold would reach $5,000 an ounce. I still believe this to be a realistic price target - and now prominent gold mining experts are following suit.

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Hold Onto Your Gold: A Supply Shortage is Coming

September 16th, 2014
in gold

by Bill Bonner, Daily Reckoning

As metals prices boomed during the last decade, small explorers and big miners spent billions of shareholder dollars seeking new deposits. Investors wanted the high rewards of a discovery as metals soared in price. At $1,900 per ounce of gold, even mediocre finds could make money.

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One of the Best Precious Metals to Buy Before 2015

September 11th, 2014
in gold, other precious metals

Money Morning Article of the Week

by Peter Krauth, Money Morning

Back in March I spoke about the precious metal palladium, and why this rare metal was headed higher.

At the time, it traded at $780/oz. Yesterday, it was trading at $886/oz. at mid-day, so the predicted upturn played out true to form.

Still, there's another rare precious metal that's set to do as well as - or better than - palladium, but that isn't on too many investors' radar yet.

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Mixed Emotions for the Gold Market

September 9th, 2014
in gold

by EconMatters, EconMatters.com

Gold Crosscurrents

The Gold market has a lot of crosscurrents at the moment with the main negative as we write that it doesn't pay a yield, and given the abundance of cheap money chasing every utility, bond and stock that pays a yield it has lost favor in that regard the last several years.

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The Myth of the Unchanging Value of Gold

September 1st, 2014
in gold

by Joseph Salerno, Ludwig von Mises Institute

According to mainstream economics textbooks, one of the primary functions of money is to measure the value of goods and services exchanged on the market. A typical statement of this view is given by Frederic Mishkin in his textbook on money and banking.

He claims:

[M]oney ... is used to measure value in the economy. We measure the value of goods and services in terms of money, just as we measure weight in terms of pounds and distance in terms of miles.”

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