Must See Gold Charts and Research Says Bull Market Will Continue

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In Gold we Trust Report: Bull Market Will Continue

The 11th edition of the annual "In Gold we Trust" is another must read synopsis of the fundamentals of the gold market, replete with excellent charts by our friend Ronald-Peter Stoeferle and his colleague Mark Valek of Incrementum AG.


Key topics and takeaways of the report:

- "Sell economic ignorance, buy gold ..."
- Many signals suggest that we are about to face a big shift within the financial and monetary system
- 5 reasons why the gold bull market will continue
- Gold's gains in 2016 dampened due to high expectations of Trump's growth policy
- Gold still up 8.5% in 2016 and 10.2% since January 2017
- Attempt at normalization of U.S. monetary policy will be litmus test for US economy
- Bitcoin: Digital gold or fool's gold?


- White, Gray and Black Swans and consequences for gold price
- Exclusive Interview with Dr. Judy Shelton (Economic advisor to Donald Trump) about a possible remonetisation of gold
- Prudent investors should consider accumulating gold and gold stocks now due to excessive global debt, the “gradual reduction of the U.S. dollar’s importance as a global reserve currency” and the high probability that the U.S. is close to entering a recession
- "It is a case of better having insurance and not needing it, than one day realizing that one needs it but doesn't have it..."
- "We live in an age of advanced monetary surrealism...."


Research can be downloaded here:

In Gold we Trust – Extended version (169 pages) 
In Gold we Trust – Compact version (29 pages) 

 

News and Commentary

Gold tips lower, while palladium heads for highest finish since 2014 (MarketWatch.com)

Palladium near 16-year high, gold firm ahead of Fed meeting (Reuters.com)

China’s Shandong Gold Mining to seek loans to buy Barrick mine stake (Reuters.com)

Fed set to raise interest rates, give more detail on balance sheet winddown (Reuters.com)

Islamic State calls for attacks in West, Russia, Middle East, Asia during Ramadan (Reuters.com)

Palladium's Constrained Supply. Source: Johnson Matthey & CPM Group via Macrotourist

Gold Is In A "Long Term Uptrend" Due To Political Turmoil - Cook (Bloomberg.com)

Gold could withstand rising interest rates, unwinding of Fed assets: TD Securities (Platts.com)

Palladium Pandemonium - Short Squeeze Sends Precious Metal Spreads (ZeroHedge.com)

Gold-Stock Inflection Nears - Hamilton (SeekingAlpha.com)

What, Me Worry? says Mauldin (MauldinEconomics.com)

 

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Gold Prices (LBMA AM)

13 Jun: USD 1,261.30, GBP 992.26 & EUR 1,125.33 per ounce
12 Jun: USD 1,269.25, GBP 998.14 & EUR 1,131.28 per ounce
09 Jun: USD 1,274.25, GBP 1,001.31 & EUR 1,139.18 per ounce
08 Jun: USD 1,284.80, GBP 992.12 & EUR 1,142.70 per ounce
07 Jun: USD 1,292.70, GBP 1,001.07 & EUR 1,146.62 per ounce
06 Jun: USD 1,287.85, GBP 997.31 & EUR 1,144.77 per ounce
05 Jun: USD 1,280.70, GBP 992.41 & EUR 1,136.88 per ounce

Silver Prices (LBMA)

13 Jun: USD 16.82, GBP 13.21 & EUR 15.01 per ounce
12 Jun: USD 17.13, GBP 13.50 & EUR 15.27 per ounce
09 Jun: USD 17.35, GBP 13.60 & EUR 15.52 per ounce
08 Jun: USD 17.60, GBP 13.60 & EUR 15.67 per ounce
07 Jun: USD 17.60, GBP 13.64 & EUR 15.71 per ounce
06 Jun: USD 17.56, GBP 13.61 & EUR 15.62 per ounce
05 Jun: USD 17.52, GBP 13.58 & EUR 15.59 per ounce

Recent Market Updates

- Pension Funds, Sovereign Wealth Funds, Central Banks “Stock Up” on Gold “Amid Uncertainty”
- 4 Charts Show Gold May Be Heading Much Higher
- Gold in Pounds Surges 1.5% To £1,001/oz – UK Political Turmoil Likely
- Gold Prices Steady On UK Election Risk; ECB Meeting and Geopolitical Risk
- Gold Breaks 6-Year Downtrend On Safe Haven and 50% Surge In Chinese Demand
- Deposit Bail In Risk as Spanish Bank’s Stocks Crash
- Terrorist attacks see Gold Stay Firm
- Trust in the Bigger Picture, Trust in Gold
- Trump, UK and the Middle East drive uncertainty
- Is China manipulating the gold market?
- Why Sharia Gold and Bitcoin Point to a Change in Views
- Bitcoin volatility and why it’s good for gold
- Silver Bullion In Secret Bull Market

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Maestro Maestro's picture

Don't buy Bitcoin or other crypto currencies. It's something no one except those who created it and thus control it, understand. The only thing you know about it is that you don't know how and where it's generated; who controls or manipulates it; and that at best it's a bunch of electrons and quantum particles swimming around in a bunch of computers which will become instantly inaccessible the moment electricity and/or the internet are cut.
Don't believe these lies. The ruling classes are behind all these schemes. Why would the powers that be allow a few other individuals who aren't part of their cabal, compete with their print-money-out-of-thin-air schemes? The bankers would have them assassinated. Fiat versus Bitcoin? Same false dichotomy as the dollar and the euro, which are the same thing, created by the same people, the international bankers. The solution is to nationalize banks AND your government so that both serve you, the citizen, and not seek profits, and orders, from Israel or Europe or China, or the military industrial complex, for that matter.

Lets Buy The Dip's picture

i agree, I follow the ST newsletter, and they pridicted new market highs back in JANUARY! [they are killer accurate hey!] they have been accurately calling this market. 

Here is there latest accurate FREE charts on gold! ==> http://bit.ly/2tjwNmQ  <== take a quick peek. Quite interesting that. wow. 

I guess with the FED annoucement in the next few days, and europe gold is going to come into the spotlight more and more. 

Maestro Maestro's picture

Worse than the bankers rigging gold and silver prices and not having the gold that they sold you (or selling gold that they don't have via fraudulent LBMA unallocated paper spot contracts or COMEX Futures contracts) is the fact that we don't even have MONEY today.  Therefore all financial transactions and economic numbers predicated on the existence of money are FRAUD and FORGERIES presently.

Electronic digits and paper fiat currencies in use today are NOT money, according to the law of the country that issues the reserve currency of the world, the US Dollar (Article 1, Section 10 of the US Constitution); or by the tenets of the science of Economics (i.e., fiat currencies are not money because they are not a store of value nor a unit of account due to the fact that NOT ONE fiat currency's value is actually determined or stipulated in concrete legal terms).  Dollars and Euros and Yens are not even lawfully DEFINED as to what they all are exactly; what their economic worth and transactional value is. Hence, fiat currencies simply cannot constitute the legal foundation of any lawful contract!

(Also, there cannot be either inflation nor deflation in the ABSENCE of money.  Both inflation and deflation are monetary events which cannot take place where there literally is no money.)

What we have today is massive GLOBAL FRAUD mascarading as a monetary system based on the (fraudulent) US dollar because all fiat currencies are basically only a derivative of the US dollar, including the Euro, the Yen, the Yuan, the Rouble, the Shekel and the Riyal.

Furthermore,

Why do a few people get the right to print fake fiat money out of nothing and buy your goods and  services with it whereas you have to WORK to obtain the same worthless money created out of nothing?

THAT is the question at the heart of the matter.  That the bankers manipulate interest rates or the price of gold via fraudulent Futures trading (by selling gold that they don't have) with fiat money is a moot point.

To put it differently: why do the bankers get to have anything that they want without working for it and you, you don't?

All this talk about market rigging, monetary theory and fraudulent (paper) gold trading is a cover-up for INJUSTICE.

The US Constitution FORBIDS the use of debt as money; the US Constitution proscribes (debt) notes which is what the US dollar is presently.  Think, all other currencies are just another name for the US Dollar.

What passes for money today is a CRIME, no more no less.

 
People,

You are all aiding and abetting this crime every time you buy, sell, pay or get paid.

And then you ask, Why our leaders, the politicians, the bankers, and our military men and women are EVIL?

The answer is, because they are just like YOU. They are your sons and daughters.

jharry's picture

China, US, et al manipulate the gold price for different reasons.  US to keep the dollar spendable. China to get as much for our paper as it can.  The gold and silver game won't really start until the energy supplies run out. Then, if electrical technology works, maybe gold and silver will turn into jeweler's stuff.  Question is does the Goodenough glass battery really work?  He says it does, and he invented the lithium battery.  So?

actionjacksonbrownie's picture

I've been stacking since the mid-80's, but haven't bought anything since Gold broke $1000. I haven't seen a reason to buy in the last 6 years, and I still don't. If I was a young man, I wouldn't even glance at the PM "market". I would be buying cryptos on the dips. Gold represents the past, and unemcumbered digital represents the future.

 

Do you realise what would have to happen for PM's to ever have any meaning to the general public? Either we die from old age waiting for the shit storm, or we die from the shit storm itself. Sounds like a lose-lose situation to me. At least with crypto you have a chance.

Dame Ednas Possum's picture

I respect your opinion... and I respectfully disagree.  That's the benefit of being rational, consentign adults - we are all entitled to our own opinions and choices.  

It would seem however that you have a distinct advantage over the rest of us with your ability to accurately foresee the future.  No doubt this has served you exceptionally well and you're already a gazillionaire.  

Congratulations. 

 

actionjacksonbrownie's picture

Well it is just an opinion - as you state - so I'm not sure why you assert I have an advantage regarding seeing the future. In fact all I see is condescension in your reply, and very little respect. You would be more honest to just drop the pretences.

Hongcha's picture

Around 3 billion people on this planet have a different view on gold than the general public in the U.S.  Agreed dead weight in the USA but elsewhere quite another story.  The problem is to realize the value within one's lifetime; or pass it along to an heir who will not immediately cash it in for a gizmo. 

Governments can and will crush crypto like a bug as soon as they feel like it.

bobsmith5's picture

Governments can and will when they are given the order to do so by the much, much higher power that owns them lock, stock, and barrel, e.g. the private central banks who take orders from the master of all banks the Bank of International Settlements.

The Grim Teacher's picture

 

Gold is a hedge against a shit storm that may never happen, and if it does, then be happy that you have a stack. I'm in the same boat, I stopped buying gold ages ago. A mix of PM's and Crypto's are the way to go. PM's are being manipulated and I don't see an end to the manipulation, seems to me that crypto's are not so easy to manipulate and now that the Russian state has expressed and interest in Ethereum I expect this to be on a par with bitcoin in the near future.

 

Shift For Brains's picture

As someone who always wants to stay openmided about investment possibilities, I have been spending time investigating crypto currencies and I have to say, while the concept and reason for them is spot on, I see many, many issues with them, so many I would never put sums of money that I would call investment level into them. Sure, if you want to throw some money in the pot that you don't mind losing, you may make some fantastic percentage returns....some of the crypto fans on here have done just that and no one should begrudnge them their profits.

But spend some time reading about the technical and administrative issues that are being discussed: just take Ethereum and Ethereum Classic for an example. The more your read about how and why that fork took place, the more you'll understand the problem with CC at present. And with over 500 CC now extent (I believe that was the number I saw, please correct if inaccurate) the possibilities are multiplied many times over for all sorts of unknowns that can swallow up an investment.

I think the focus by CC fans on the integrity of the blockchain, while logically unassailable I assume, misses a rather large part of the issues, most (not all) of which aren't technical. They have to do with competitive currencies displacing legacy ones with better or more desirable technologies, the questions around forking and who gets to decide when that is done, the fundamental inequality of mining operations being monopolized by a very small group of people, etc.

I WANT to believe and invest in cryptos...but not so much that I can just ignore the many issues around them. Right now, I think the most honest assessment you can give for their spectacular rise is that they've gone up because they keep going up. I don't see the underlying stories about how all the issues get resolved supporting anything like the increases we've seen. 

Jumping on an asset before questions are answered can make you a ton of money if you are right. If you are wrong---and almost all of classic investment lore revoles around how easy it is to be wrong--and you can lose everything you've put in in.

Right now, to me, the plodding growth of PM (I got in big in 1999) still is more attractive than the casino that I consider crypto currencies to be at this time.

richatstructure's picture

Nutshell:

There's no such thing as a sure thing.

JamesBond's picture

This should be labeled as a sponsored article.