Back in 2002 the editors of Profit Confidential started telling their readers it was time to jump into gold related investments. This gold advice proved to be extremely timely. Yes, back in 2002 we started offering gold advice to our readers and we still do it today. We have been recognized as one of the first investment letters to tell its audience to jump into gold stocks, very early in the gold bull market. The gold advice we provided resulted in many stocks we follow rising in price 100% or more in short periods of time. Today, you can regularly find gold advice in Profit Confidential. Each time gold prices moved higher, we told our readers to buy more gold related investments. See what we have to say about gold’s future dally in Profit Confidential.
Federal Reserve, ECB, China to Drive Gold Prices Upward in 2015
Uncertainty and fear are two of the biggest factors that move gold prices. If they increase, investors buy the yellow metal to hedge and protect their wealth. Going into 2015, I see these two factors coming into play and taking the precious metal’s prices higher.
At the v… Read More
Since the beginning of 2013, gold’s price action has been irrational. The fundamentals are getting better for gold in respect to demand and supply, but we see sudden, wild swings, often to the downside, on no news and for no apparent reason.
Those who closely follow precious metal prices will agree with me on this: many times in 2014, … Read More
The precious yellow metal is sizzling on the price charts, as traders shift capital from the higher-risk equities to the safe-haven sanctuary of gold. The U.S. is battling crippling debt levels and deficits. Some cities across the nation are shutting down to save money. The once powerful U.S.economic engine continues to show breaks and is stalling at this most critical time for the country.
~ reporting from Venice, Italy
I often write about gold bullion in my commentaries, but not much about silver. And my readers are writing asking me what I think about silver. As usual, I’m happy to present my ideas and forecasts.
Right up front, I want to say I’m more biased towards gold than silver as an investment. I’ve been pushi… Read More
Does America want members of the 17 eurozone countries to go bankrupt one by one? If only a few went under, the American currency would win the currency wars and reaffirm itself as the reserve currency of the world. If you were someone living outside the U.S., wouldn’t this sound like a “secret” strategy that could work? After all, are not all the major credit reporting agencies (that grant credit ratings to European countries) subsidiaries of major American corporations?