What Is Happening With Gold and Stock Markets ?
When Are The Metals Going to Out-Perform ?
A great deal going on in the greater world economy that investors seem to be seriously ignoring, as with all cycles this will end with investors rushing for the exits, but will they miss the diversification and wealth growth protection necessary at this time......
Over the last couple of months commentary fervently released by the financial media and also personally listening to investors and various investment managers, one might jump to the conclusion that gold has lost its appeal as the all-important wealth preservation asset tool at this phase in our global macro-economic cycle, stock prices are the only game in town I am told!
Reports of stock prices reaching ever-higher levels are abound, based on stories of solid economic fundamentals coming back into play, so then why have an exposure to gold and thus the desire for investors and money managers to increase their demand for the yellow metal is apparently heavily muted.
However, taking a closer look at the real fundamentals and actual facts driving this extremely late in the business cycle appetite and price aspirations for extreme valuations in ‘risk assets’ (read stock markets here) does it not seem somewhat wide-eyed and unsuspecting by investors of actual macro reality (negative) that’s bounding our way globally?
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