Thursday, July 12, 2012

Is Gold About to Soar?

It may be time to get into gold again before the hoard starts pushing up the price and we end up chasing it for a much higher entry point.

This isn't built upon the idea of a possible stimulus happening sometime soon - although that would give it a nice push upwards - but rather upon how gold has been performing against major currencies.

Usually when gold is up against the majors, historically, not long afterwards it enters into a positive growth stage in price.

That has just happened over the last month, so gold should be poised for another upward run.

The good news is people are still largely negative on gold other than in relationship to the inevitable and upcoming implementation of QE3. But by time that happens everyone will be throwing money at gold and those late in the game will lose a lot of profits.

Obviously the key to making more money is to get in early.

With gold certain to soar again based upon stimulus measures alone, the inclusion of this currency signal, which has been historically wildly accurate and predictable, we could be on the verge of a huge upturn in gold.

And when the stimulus comes soon afterwards, it's unknown how high it could potentially go.

The currencies that gold is up against are the yen, U.S. dollar, British pound and the euro.

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