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Robert Cohen’s 3 drivers for the gold price in 2014

Posted on 07 April 2014

The gold price is driven by global liquidity, fed by international balance-sheet expansions, impacted by trade deficits built up in countries like China. Over the last 40 years, one ounce of gold typically bought 15 barrels of West Texas Intermediate oil. That ratio has been knocked down to about 13:1.
Any significant catalyst that will erode fiat money purchasing power, such as falling industrial production, more unemployment or broader trade deficits, could take gold much higher………………………………………..Full Article: Source


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