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Mainstream Pundits Return To A Belief In Precious Metals

By Anne Trimble

It appears that even mainstream thinkers are now doing some initial re-evaluations. Now even pundits from the globe of traditional investments are slowly coming to an understanding that we have actually been sharing with you for some time: gold and silver are positioned for a recovery in rates.

The reasons for these prospects vary a bit for each metal, but you can be sure of one thing: Investments in God’s Money are always and still the right long-term strategy, especially in a world that continues to fray at the seams and where man’s fiat-money systems – and investment instruments built on them – look increasingly shaky. This is becoming so obvious, it’s hard to ignore.

Yes, the price of gold has fallen by about one-third from a September 2011 high of around $1,900 an ounce. However, as we predicted way back then, this would turn around in time. So finally now secular traders believe that gold has reached a floor where the fundamentals of investing in precious metals likely will begin to drive its price back up.

Also, Uri Landesman, head of Platinum Companions LP, informed Investment News, a publication of the investment mainstream that we’re looking at the end of the slide for gold. He thinks that if the stock exchange keeps plummeting for the next 12 long months, gold will act as a way to bring back financial value as individuals run away from equities. So he contends that an excellent strategy right now is to go long on gold and to go short on stocks.

Another reason that Landesman and others believe gold cannot continue to decline is because $1,200 an ounce is close to a breakeven point for the mining and production business, meaning that they’ll stop pulling gold from the ground if the cost goes much lower — prompting a pullback that will, consequently, help support the price of the commodity.

When it comes to silver, we still see lots of manipulation of the price which is only temporarily obscuring the value of the metal and which will, eventually, dissolve with the schemes of those who are toying with the price.

The fundamentals of investing suggest a rise in silver rates. Whether this comes from rising commercial demand for the product in an international economic situation that is showing at the very least a dead-cat bounce, or because the necessary worth of silver will be recognized, the price of silver will recuperate. You need to bet on this trend if you have not done so already.

It may be time to rethink your financial strategy.

Looking to find the best deal on precious metal investing, then visit www.realmoneyusa.com to find the best advice, and also learn about Anne Trimble’s fascinating life story.

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