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Friday, May 29, 2015

Why Gold Prices Will Rise, Not Plunge

Gold is now trading at close to where it had been five years ago, as investors overall remain on the sidelines because of uncertainty surrounding the usual catalysts associated with a cyclical uptrend in the yellow metal; elements such as hints of a recession, market correction, proof of inflation, and a weak U.S. dollar, among other things.

Since the Federal Reserve has been the primary impetus behind the bull stock market, and it has resulted in interfering with the price mechanism of the market, it's difficult to ascertain its condition because of artificially low interest rates, which has encouraged some companies to take risks they may not have taken in a market that had more of an honest and measurable performance metric.

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