The Comeback Kid
One year has passed and gold has weathered many storms; the first of which was the hyperinflation-scare, which sent bond yields to the moon, causing gold’s price to decline all the way to below $1,700/ounce, twice.
Since then, it has begun to rally back, but 2021 has been really challenging for gold, even though real rates are as negative as they’ve been in the past few thousand years.
This remains a mystery to many, but we believe that the two chief reasons are:
- Re-opening confidence
- Stock market performance
Up until now, the healthcare crisis has been contained, for the most part, this year with little to no restrictions and most of the western world, especially in the U.S., has felt that the worst is behind us.
Fears are resurfacing and it is an open question, as to what happens next, since the pressure is on, with the spread of variants.
We can debate all the long, whether or not this outbreak is bullshit, but the fact remains that there is a large segment of the population, which is scared and they are the demographics the government wants to please, so we could see economic slowdown, effective immediately.
Secondly, the stock market and its incredible performance in 2021; earnings season is blowing analyst expectations out of the waters and the indices are already up 20% in 2021!
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If the FED doesn’t tighten because of a slowdown and if the market sells off, due to these renewed concerns, gold could catch a bid!
My strategy is to spread my portfolio into several commodities, not just gold, but a basket of base metals, such as copper, zinc, silver and others, so that any rally would include my portfolio in it.
Today’s strong jobs report has caused bond yields to spike and has made market participants assume that the FED is likely to taper sooner, but if this recent spread of the virus forces governments to reintroduce mandates, the sentiment will shift fast and gold could snap higher by much!
We want to exploit this situation and, on Sunday, we’ll be issuing a special alert about this whole situation!
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