Despite what many ‘gold bugs’ may tell you…gold isn’t always a great investment.
Take the last few years for example.
After a rampaging 12 year bull-run, where gold marched 650% higher, investors dumped the precious metal in 2011, opting for high-yield assets like stocks and bonds.
In the five years since, gold has plunged 35% from around US$1,800 to US$1,200.
It’s not all bad news. In 2016, gold gained higher ground. So, is now the right time to shuffle some of your savings back into the precious metal?
Is gold’s 2016 bump in price a sign to jump back into quality gold stocks?
According to resource expert, Jason Stevenson, the answer is ‘not yet’.
He explains why (in detail) in a brand new Money Morning report titled ‘The Right Time to Buy Gold Stocks in 2017’.
If you’ve pondered the addition of gold stocks to your portfolio, don’t invest a cent until you read Jason’s special gold briefing.
- Why the gold ‘bear’ is set to bite again in 2017: What goes down, must go…down. As Jason explains, the gold crunch that kicked off in 2011 may not be over after all. In fact, gold’s plunge may be about to ramp up again. Find out why the precious metal could fall well below US$1,000 in the months ahead.
- The uncut truth on gold: Despite what you might hear, the supply and demand story for gold remains gloomy. But not for much longer. As you’ll see, one specific signals points to a potential bump in demand for the precious metal.
- Patience the key to big gold gains in 2017: Gold and gold stocks will eventually bounce back. But not right now. Jason reveals when you should jump back into gold, and why patience could pay off big time in the next few years.
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