Jim Rogers : I’m
certainly watching, if it goes below $1,600 I’m sure I’ll buy more. If
it goes to $1,200 I hope I’m smart enough to buy a lot more. Gold has
been up 11 years in a row now, which is extremely unusual for any asset.
So it would not surprise me if gold doesn’t ... continue to have a nice
correction in 2012. If it does, if it does, I hope I’m smart enough to
buy a lot more. I’m not selling. I’m not selling. I have not sold and
will not sell until the bubble comes. There will be a bubble in gold
some day but that’s ten years, I don’t know, several years from now. I
hope I’m smart enough to sell when the bubble comes.
- in businessinsider
Marc Faber : No, gold is not in a bubble. It wasn't in a bubble in 1973, either, but it still corrected by 40% then. I don't believe gold is anywhere near a bubble phase. A bubble phase is characterized by the majority of market participants being involved in a market space. I saw a gold bubble in 1979–1980, when the whole world was dealing—buying and selling gold 24-hours a day, globally. - in a recent interview with the Gold report
Doug Casey : This Week In Money - 3/3/2012 Doug Casey, founder and chairman of Casey Research Institute, he says that he likes silver even more than gold silver being a very undervalued and smaller market , Donald Trump is a good entertainer but he does not understand the markets says Doug , OPEC does not set the oil price the market does , the prices of oil will go even higher from here
Bill Murphy heads the Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee GATA explains the recent Gold and Silver sell-off , the Chinese and Russians know what's going on , The western elites will never allow gold to gain momentum in strength as long they can prevent it. Doing it would mean total end of this world as we know it. If Gold starts to seriously take over dollar Russia, China and other countries will take over the as superpowers. I'm quite sure Russia would start to harass surrounding countries and so on once it occurs.
I'm not so sure of anything anymore. It's a circus now and a hidden gold vs dollar war.
John Embry -- Chief Investment Strategist at the Canadian firm Sprott Asset Management -- discusses the recent correction in thegold and silver prices , John argues that long-term savers and investors in precious metals should not panic in the face of such corrections because gold and silver are on the verge of a break out especially when we take into consideration the rising gas prices and its impact on the cost of mining gold and silver
JAMES TURK : Yes, gold doesn't provide yield because it doesn't have counterparty risk. If you want to put your gold at risk and lend it to someone you can generate yield on that. So right now people don't want that counterparty risk because they don't know whether their gold is going to be returned or whether the euro's they haven't deposited in their bank is going to be returned, if the bank goes belly-up, or the purchasing power of the euros they put on deposit will be returned because of inflation as a result of all the quantitative easing and money printing that's going on around the world. So you can't really look at some of those "straw man" arguments against gold because they don't think they carry any weight. The more important thing is what's been actually happening in over the last 11 years - the gold price has risen in US dollar terms at an average annual rate of appreciation of 17%. Now have you been earning 17% on your dollar deposits or euro deposits every year? You haven't and so gold is going to become more and more attractive as people understand that gold is still undervalued and still very much useful, and you know, valuation is more important than price. They are different things - as long as an asset is undervalued you should continue to accumulate it and by all my historical measures, gold is still undervalued. - in mineweb
Jim Rogers : If somebody starts bombing Iran, everything in the world is probably going to go down for a while except maybe gold. Maybe the US dollar would go up initially, but probably everything would be hit in the shock except maybe gold. So I own gold. I am not selling my gold. I bought some gold on Monday a little bit. Not very much, but if gold goes down a lot, I would buy. I hope I am smart enough to buy a lot more gold. Gold is going to go much higher over the course of this decade. Do not sell your gold, not yet. - in ET Now Click here to watch the full interview>>>>>>
JAMES TURK: Well my long-term view is that I've always been more bullish on silver than I have been on gold and the reason is that even though gold is cheap, silver is even cheaper than gold. The ratio is still in the 50s when the historical ratio is 16 ounces of silver equal to one ounce of gold, and I expect before this bull market is over, we're going to get down toward that area. But the problem with silver is that it's much more volatile than gold. Last year the ratio was at 31 and a few months later it was at 57/58. That volatility is not for everybody, but if you can handle the volatility - own some silver. My general recommendation is that two-thirds gold, one-third silver and by the time this bull market is over, the silver component of your portfolio will have a higher currency value than the gold component of your portfolio because of the outperformance as a result of the decline in the gold-silver ratio. - in mineweb
Gold and Silver Weekly Update - The Latest on Precious Metals - 2/18/2012 :
John Embry of Sprott management said recently that he sees Gold going to $2500/oz and Silver @$56/oz this year says 2012 which is very close to James Turk prediction for this year of $2500/oz for Gold and $70/oz for silver....
Jerry Robinson interviews veteran Precious Metals Advisor Tom Cloud about the latest news on the precious metals markets.
Gold Price Manipulation Explained and Why Silver Will Soon Go Ballistic says Bill Murphy of GATA .Bill Murphy explains that he will be shocked if silver won't hit the $60/oz by the end of this year , he also explains how JP morgan was able so far to rig the market and keep the prices of gold down , which is a great opportunity for the average investor to buy more gold and silver , gold prices will kick in any day and they are ready to explode he said