Violent Moves in Assets Can Make You a Fortune
From December of 2016 to December of 2017, Bitcoin had an epic move that I don’t think any of us will ever forget.
It lifted off from the $700s all the way to almost $20,000!
Early in 2018, we saw the bond market and dollar begin to sell off hard!
The USD took a nose dive, falling below 90 on the dollar index.
Gold made a 52-week high last month, and we suspect it could be next for a vicious and violent move higher.
It’s like the Dow dropping 1,200 points, something no one saw or thought would happen last week, but then it happened so quickly that investors literally shut down brokerage websites while trying to put in their sell orders.
With inflation and reality setting in for the bond market and the U.S. dollar, our predictions for gold might become like a thief in the night.
We could all wake up one day in 2018 and see gold up $200 to $300 in a day.
You could soon see gold dealers with extreme premiums on coins, or even shut down due to no inventory.
Everyone hates gold right now, and investors’ expectations couldn’t be lower. Looking at history, this feels and looks like we are getting close to the time when the upside surprise happens almost overnight and without warning.
The bond market and currency markets are flashing red!
Keep in mind, that on average, it takes gold about a month to start rising following equity sell-offs.
During the Lehman Brothers Bankruptcy, gold was about $770, two weeks later it was $720, by December $800, and then it quickly crossed $1,000 and continued to march higher for the next three years to $1,920.
Don’t be caught off guard on this one, especially if you missed Bitcoin last year, this next move we see in bonds, the dollar, and gold will be one for the history books!
Be ready! This could turn out to be the most profitable year of your entire life!
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