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Gold: The Bull in the China Shop

John Ing’s Gold Report: The US fiscal deficit is out of control as Trump's tax cuts and tariffs hurt federal revenues, forcing the Fed to borrow more. Mr. Ing has long warned about the dangers of the debt bubble created after the financial crisis. In fact America is a bubble. The risk is clear. In his latest Gold Report, Mr. Ing shows there are eerie similarities between America today and that of the Dirty Thirties. Gold will be a good thing to have in this post-bubble world. Read Ing’s recommendations for Barrick Gold, B2Gold, Detour, Iamgold, Kinross and Yamana Gold.

Sprott Gold Report: Gold Slumps on Trade War Fears
Portfolio Manager Shree Kargutkar believes that “gold may prove to be the ultimate winner given the most recent trade conflicts.” Despite the U.S. dollar's recent strength Kargutkar argues that it is likely to be short-lived, and that all the elements are in place for a durable bull market for precious metals and precious metal equities..

Gold Demand in First Half Was the Lowest Since 2009 – WGC
Global demand for gold fell 6 percent in the first half of this year due mainly to a sharp decline in purchases by exchange traded funds (ETFs).

Gold to Disappoint further as Identity Crisis Takes Hold
Struggling gold prices seem set for further pain, with a flight to the dollar leaving the traditional refuge asset searching for its place as investors build short positsions in futures markets and Exchange-Traded Fund (ETF) holdings fall.

Can Informal Production Help Avoid Peak Gold?
The outlook for gold mine supply remains finely balanced, with global production forecast to increase slightly in 2018 to 3,339t (+35.6t, 1% y/y), with an additional 17.8t increase expected in 2019.

Gold Has Been So Bad That It’s Now Starting to Look Good
Now may be the time to risk the summer trade in gold, according to Dominic Frisby writing in MoneyWeek.

Gold Mid-Year Outlook 2018
Global economic trends and their impact on gold

Gold investors saw their fortunes change during the second quarter after benefiting from gold’s strong performance in Q1. As we look ahead, the World Gold Council has identified three key macro trends that will influence gold’s behavior in the second half of 2018.
Read the Report Here.

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Featured Articles Inside This Issue:

Future Ten Baggers are Ahead – $2,200 gold is still in sight within the next 18 months, according to John Ing. Gold shares are beginning to move, after establishing huge bases and are poised to breakout from their trading range ¬– future 10 baggers are ahead says Ing. The Maison Placements Canada CEO comments on Agnico Eagle Mines, B2Gold, Barrick Gold, Centerra Gold, Eldorado Gold, Goldcorp, Kinross Gold and New Gold Inc.

2018: A Good Year for Gold Prices – Many leading precious metals analysts are bullish on gold for 2018. Stocks and cryptocurrencies could end up supportive influences for gold say the analysts. There is a certain amount of uneasiness in the stock market even as equities keep hitting record highs, with some fearing a big downward correction is on the horizon. If so, that could mean safe-haven gold buying.

Gold Seen Flatlining Next Year, Silver Forecasts Cut Again – Reuters conducted a poll of 34 analysts and traders who expect gold to edge slightly higher, but only to average $1,300/oz next year. 2018 may be the year where we can see better rallies in silver.

Gold is a Terrible Long-Term Investment – Gold can stabilize your portfolio or reduce its risk in turbulent times. But you should still limit your holdings of gold given its drawbacks cautions a Nobel Laureate.

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Top 10 Gold Producing Countries
Gold is one of the rarest elements in the world, making up roughly 0.003 parts per million of the earth’s crust, writes Frank Holmes, CEO and Chief Investment Officer, US Global Investors. But how much gold is the world digging up each year and what countries produce the most?

Investment in Mexican Mining Seen Rising After Four-Year Downturn
Investment in Mexico’s mining industry is expected to rise this year due in large part to a global recovery in metal prices after four years of declines.


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