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Confidence in the US dollar will be lost. And gold will rally against the US dollar. That’s right, the US dollar will start to die in your lifetime.
They’ll say that stock prices should fall. Logically, that’s right. Higher interest rates mean higher borrowing costs for companies and investors.
This means commodities have significantly further to crash, including gold, which I’ve long said will fall to US$931 per ounce.
You’ll never have an influence in the hallowed halls of Canberra, Washington or Westminster. You can only properly set yourself up by investing.
You can understand the global economy today as an exercise in rope-a-dope. On one side, you have the forces of deflation…and on the other, the forecasts and policy experiments of central bankers.
If you don’t know already, I’m extremely bearish on gold stocks. And Steve does agree with me. While his attention is on the gold sector, he’s not buying…yet.
At various points over the past 10 years we’ve tried to ignore them. But we can’t ignore them, because in many respects, central bankers are the market.
Throughout 2015 though, the Dow Jones index has struggled to maintain its upward momentum.
It may sound far-fetched, but instigating a crash may be the only option the Fed has left in order to justify further intervention in the markets.