The Massive Funds That Could Push Gold Higher Have Arrived…


For some time we’ve been talking about the inevitable arrival of a particular investor to the gold market. Well, they’re here. Who are they? Watch today’s update with Mike Maloney and Jeff Clark to find out Download Mike’s best-selling book for free here: Thanks for sharing and clicking that ‘Like’ button. For those wondering why our videos don’t appear in their subscription feed immediately – we release our clips to our free weekly email readers first, then later we publish to YouTube. Sometimes it’s just hours, sometimes it’s a couple of days later. This is to encourage people to join our free newsletter – because one day, we may not have YouTube to rely on. Join our free newsletter list by going to and entering your email address in the ‘Get Market Alerts’ box at the bottom of the page. As always, thank you for your support. M.

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$20.00 Saint Gaudens Coins a Great Gold Investment

More and more people are realizing that investing in gold coins is a great way to expand their investment portfolio. Investing in the Saint Gaudens coin is a great way to do this!

Five Good Reasons to Invest in Gold

The US has now accumulated more debt than all the years of our 220 year American history. The only protection in this economic calamity is to purchase gold as a hedge against inflation. As the Federal Reserve continues to print money; as debt piles higher than the Swiss Alps; as we become more enslaved by taxation and usury, gold begins to shine ever brighter. Here are some good reasons to invest today in the precious metals market.

Why Invest in Gold?

Gold has fascinated humans over the centuries as a store of real value. Many people view gold as the real form of money. In many instances, we are often challenged by the view that gold does not yield interest and hence it is a poor form of investment.

How To Invest In Gold

To answer this question, we need to explore the different forms of gold available as an investment vehicle. Gold in its crude form does not look appealing to investors and I believe no one will be keen to go to gold mines to dig for gold as a pastime.

A New Exchange Traded Fund May Have a Major Impact on Long Term Silver Prices

Last week after much publicity and a long wait, the Barclay’s Silver ETF (SLV) finally started trading. And it looks like the wait was worth it.

Another Way of Looking at the Gold Price Meltdown

Until recently gold prices have been on a tear. After decades of going nowhere, gold has had a year of steadily rising prices, that is until two weeks ago.

Is Gold Going to Double in Price Again?

If the so-called ‘gold bug’, investors who believe passionately in the long-term value of buying gold, are right, then this could be a good time to add a little glitter to your portfolio. Over the last five years the price of gold has more than doubled from US $250 to US $574 a troy ounce and it is still nowhere near it’s all time 1980 high of US $850 a troy ounce. In fact, there are many who believe it could double in price AGAIN!

Gold Coins Are An Excellent Investment

If you are looking for coins with definite investment potential, gold coins are an excellent place to start. Though they are expensive when starting out, the investment value of gold itself makes them a very attractive option. And, because gold is bought and sold routinely on the commodities market, it is easy to stay on top of the price of gold, making it easy to follow the price of your gold coins. Which makes gold coins the equivalent of stocks or bonds for the coin collector.

Why Invest in Gold?

I am often asked – why do I invest in gold and gold stocks? There are many reasons why gold prices are increasing and will continue to increase, but the simplest answer is the basic principles of supply and demand. In the early 80s, Cabbage Patch dolls were selling 100 times retail price due to lack of supply. This priced many people out of the market and angered parents around Christmas time. I don’t believe the company intended to drive prices up with a limited supply strategy – especially since it didn’t benefit from the higher prices as a secondary market evolved. Thus, to profit from the demand the company had to increase production. I believe that a similar scenario is evolving in the gold patch.

Gold Investing

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