Also let me remind you that trends are lasting much longer than anybody can imagine chart price of gold 10 years. Newspaper clipping from 30 September 2008Just like in 2014, gold surged out of the gate this year hitting an intra-day high of $1,307 in January, but the rally has been looking shaky ever since. Looking at the famous DowJones/Gold Ratio, the DowJones could still rise to maybe 20,000 points, while Gold still could fall to around $1,000-$1,050. This would be similar scenario like in the 1970ies. You have to be careful, central bankers can buy more time than you can stay solvent. They would then meet at a ratio of about 20, which is pretty much in the middle of the 200-year trading channel. Backlinks from other websites and blogs are the lifeblood of our site and are our primary source of new traffic. If you use our chart images on your site or blog, we ask that you provide attribution via a dofollow link back to this page.
GOLD-EAGLE:Â In light of the US Fed fueling US stocks via the levitating action of Quantitative Easing (QE), do you foresee an imminent crash in the S&P500 Index during 2015. Source: Gold Eagle, Florian Grummes Image of newspaper excerpt from 30 Sept 2008 by Scorpions and Centaurs PeopleMine We Need Your Support. Â And If so, what percent do you expect US equities to crash. From here things should change again and the precious metals bull market should return, while the stock markets should go down. Instead we could still see some type of final mania phase. Grummes: Without a doubt, the air is getting thinnerâ¦but so far there is no sign of an immediate burst of the US stock market bubble. Despite the weakness going into the second month of the year, at around $1,230 an ounce on Monday the metal is still trading up nearly $50 or almost 4% in 2015. Depending on the amount of worldwide artificially created liquidity, this could mean that they will meet at 5,000, 8,900 or even 15,000 to 20,000.
Remember, over a long period of time (years and decades), Gold and stocks are two different diametric asset classesâ¦ meaning when Gold goes down, stocks are up and vice versa. This should bring the Dow/Gold-Ratio to around 20 and should mark the end of the artificial recovery in stocks and also end the bear market in gold. So to come back to your question over the next couple of months I donât see a stock market crash — rather I expect a final bull market rally and a final sellout in gold.ChainLink.. Over the next 5-10 of years I see Gold and Dow meeting at around 1:1. Taking a break from short-term fluctuations to take a long term view can be refreshing and California-based investment site Gold Eagle provided an abundance of just that on Monday. .Aeternity.Stratis. Decred.