The need for a safe haven asset is clear. The toxic mix of economic, market, and financial risks leaves investors with few places to turn.
With unresolved issues encompassing much of the globe, it would not be surprising to see the gold price achieve new record highs this year.
Our quarterly ITV report examines the performance of precious metals vs. other major asset classes during the first quarter of 2022.
We don’t know exactly what China’s plans may be, but it would not be surprising in the least if they’re preparing now to pounce at the next crisis, particularly a monetary one.
That suggests investors make sure they own a meaningful amount of physical gold now.
The circumstance of stubborn inflation, elevated political conflicts, and overpriced stock and real estate markets creates an ideal scenario for gold.
The kooks were indeed right. Those that called for higher prices -higher than what most mainstream investors would believe- were proven correct.
After rebounding in Q2, the gold price succumbed to the pressure of sharply rising Treasury yields in Q3, when the Fed began talking about tapering asset purchases
History says the next upsurge in gold and silver is coming. The research clearly shows it is a when question, not if.
The most likely scenario for the second half of 2021 is one where gold continues to offer a meaningful and necessary hedge, along with the distinct possibility of yet another set of record high prices.