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EuroFool
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Beweging? Waardoor ineens om net over 3 uur die afstort van Goud EN zilver? Snap er niets van!
raadmaar
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Wie kan in vredesnaam chocola maken van de goudkoers? Donderdag 7 februari om half vier bijvoorbeeld zakt de koers binnen de minuut met 0,5%! Wordt er dan zoveel zo snel in goud gehandeld?
dekale
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hoi , wat een prachtige corrective ,als het plaatje klopt ongev. 1250 bodem (of we hebben de bodem gehad denk het niet )en dan gaan we up en de goud trein is niet te stoppen.!!!!
Stock-King24
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Mooi koopmomentje lijkt me GOUD1.368, Turbo long 1.336 op 4,20 euro aangeschaft. Op naar de 1400!!
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Word tijd voor een leuke Up rebound.
Heb GLD en NUGT ( beiden in USA ) in Porto - Dik er in.
drulletje drie
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Eens jeffrey maar als goud al niet stijgt met een sell off op de beurzen vraag ik me toch echt af wanneer het wel gaat stijgen.

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Ja dat is een beetje het vreemde allemaal. Agree. " normaal " ( ach wat is normaal in beleggers land ) is Goud een soort Safe Harbour. Stock Down Gold Up. maar nu - voorlopig - even anders. Ik heb geduld.
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Jeffrey1 schreef op 13 juni 2013 13:34:

Ja dat is een beetje het vreemde allemaal. Agree. " normaal " ( ach wat is normaal in beleggers land ) is Goud een soort Safe Harbour. Stock Down Gold Up. maar nu - voorlopig - even anders. Ik heb geduld.
The Most Bullish Case For Gold
Jun 13 2013, 09:08 |

The current macro-environment is ripe for the price of gold to spike much higher. Specifically, the situation in Japan will prove to be a major catalyst for gold.

Since November of 2012, when Japan took bold steps to artificially defeat deflation by devaluing the yen (FXY), the stock market spiked higher (SPY), and gold (GLD) tumbled.

What's going on in Japan?

Japan is taking the page from the Bernanke's playbook to finally end the 20-plus-year struggle with deflation by deliberately devaluing the currency, and thus artificially creating inflation.

Why is this important for the price of gold?

If Japan is successful by actually winning the war on deflation by deliberately deflating the yen, it will set an important example or case study - and the entire world is watching. Thus, other countries struggling with deflation are likely to go all-in and follow the Japanese example by using the printing-press to deliberately devalue their currencies - a practice previously only used by the U.S., and now the Japan. This describes the so-called hyperinflation scenario due to currency debasement, which would propel gold prices higher.

On the other hand, if Japanese fail to boost inflation and if/or the global community prematurely ends the competitive devaluations, the entire system based on loose monetary policy essentially ends. As a result, it is likely that the new system will limit the printing press, which could resemble a variation of the gold standard - also very bullish for price of gold.

Thus, it seems like the Japanese experiment presents a win-win situation for gold prices in intermediate to longer term. In short term, gold could correct even further due to optimism and risk-on investing, but longer term the current macro-environment led by Japan presents the most bullish case for gold - possibly ever.

We recommend that investors buy physical gold.
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geefhetstockjenogmaareenkeerdoor schreef op 14 juni 2013 00:03:

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The Most Bullish Case For Gold
Jun 13 2013, 09:08 |

The current macro-environment is ripe for the price of gold to spike much higher. Specifically, the situation in Japan will prove to be a major catalyst for gold.

Since November of 2012, when Japan took bold steps to artificially defeat deflation by devaluing the yen (FXY), the stock market spiked higher (SPY), and gold (GLD) tumbled.

What's going on in Japan?

Japan is taking the page from the Bernanke's playbook to finally end the 20-plus-year struggle with deflation by deliberately devaluing the currency, and thus artificially creating inflation.

Why is this important for the price of gold?

If Japan is successful by actually winning the war on deflation by deliberately deflating the yen, it will set an important example or case study - and the entire world is watching. Thus, other countries struggling with deflation are likely to go all-in and follow the Japanese example by using the printing-press to deliberately devalue their currencies - a practice previously only used by the U.S., and now the Japan. This describes the so-called hyperinflation scenario due to currency debasement, which would propel gold prices higher.

On the other hand, if Japanese fail to boost inflation and if/or the global community prematurely ends the competitive devaluations, the entire system based on loose monetary policy essentially ends. As a result, it is likely that the new system will limit the printing press, which could resemble a variation of the gold standard - also very bullish for price of gold.

Thus, it seems like the Japanese experiment presents a win-win situation for gold prices in intermediate to longer term. In short term, gold could correct even further due to optimism and risk-on investing, but longer term the current macro-environment led by Japan presents the most bullish case for gold - possibly ever.

We recommend that investors buy physical gold.

Great Thanks!!
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Jim Rogers on bond bubbles, buying gold and the Japan disaster
June 14, 2013, 4:17 AM

Rogers also addressed one of his favorite topics: gold. He says he’s “not selling and will buy more if it keeps dropping.”

blogs.marketwatch.com/thetell/2013/06...
dekale
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Rogers also addressed one of his favorite topics: gold. He says he’s “not selling and will buy more if it keeps dropping.”

He called for a correction on gold last month (congratulating himself he says, “sometimes I do get it right!”), but says it could stand to go down a bit more from a tech perspective. Given that, he thinks gold GCQ3 +0.07% will be a buy based on fundamentals. Gold rose Friday on those reports that the Fed wants to calm everyone down.
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HuaAn expects Chinese gold ETF to raise up to $489 million

(Reuters) - HuaAn Asset Management expects to raise between 2 billion yuan and 3 billion ($326 million - $489 million) initially for its planned gold-backed exchange-traded fund (ETF), one of China's first gold ETFs, the fund's portfolio manager said.

"We are still in the process of gauging the level of demand. The market potential is huge," Richard Xu told Reuters in an interview from Shanghai.

more:
www.reuters.com/article/2013/06/13/ch...
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George Soros is buying gold
June 18, 2013

Despite unloading some of his gold ETFs, billionaire has $240 million in mining-stock exposure
We mentioned last week that billionaire investor George Soros was cashing out of bank stocks, but where is he putting his money?

Turns out that Soros is buying gold in fairly large quantities. The Gold Report ran a story in mid-May affirming that Soros had almost $240 million in gold-related positions and on May 16 bought $25 million in call options on the Market Vectors Junior Gold Miners ETF (GDXJ).

The Gold Report's Michael Ballanger, who is also director of wealth management at Richardson GMP, says Soros is probably just taking advantage of extremely attractive valuations in gold following the recent correction. Lower prices for gold, combined with record prices in stocks and bonds, make his move a smart one.

Ballanger also notes that the Market Vectors Junior Gold Miners ETF invests in the stocks of gold-mining companies, rather than directly in the metal itself. "In the case of the GDXJ, he is actually buying a 'basket' of equities related to gold/silver mining and exploration. By doing this, he spreads his risk over a large population of companies in the same space," he says. "Picking individual companies in this space invites execution risk because as we have seen in numerous cases in the past decade, a one-off event such as politics or natural disasters can undermine a correct call on the sector as a whole."

The 82-year-old hedge fund manager's movements are closely monitored because of his exceptional market sense. Soros made his name as "The Man Who Broke the Bank of England" (not to mention earning $1 billion in profits) when he shorted the pound during the 1992 currency crisis. He was also early to identify systemic risks in the global capital markets in his 2008 book "The New Paradigm for Financial Markets," which warned of a super-bubble in asset prices. In 2013, Forbes magazine named him the 30th richest person in the world.

The exchange of bank stocks for gold mining stocks is a sharp reversal for Soros, whose fund cut its gold ETF exposure by 55% in the fourth quarter of 2012 and another 12% in the first quarter of 2013, reports Bloomberg. However it is well in line with his longer-term concerns about the stability of the global financial system. He has been forecasting economic collapse since 2009 -- and gold, now relatively cheap -- provides a hedge against this possibility.
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Nou dat gaat niet goed met Goud. Year Low's.
Koers goud staat nu gelijk aan Januari 2011.
Misschien tijd om wat bij te kopen.
dekale
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