Last week we wrote in our weekly review: “Gold with a short-term problem. However, you can now position yourself favorably again! ”Seems like we were“ right on target ”!
Because in the past trading week, the prudence of the smart investors seemed to have returned and the gold price has already increased by around 2.85% and the silver price by around 6.3%.
From a technical chart point of view, it would be desirable to sustainably exceed the short-term downtrend, which is around USD 1,850 per troy ounce.
Stronger inflation speaks in favor of rising gold prices, as the following comparison shows. From spring until now the money supply has exploded by an incredible 3.5 trillion. U.S. dollar. It took the central bank a good seven years before January 2020 to create the same amount of money! The aftermath of this exponential and explosive expansion of the money supply will preoccupy us for a long time.
For market observers, a strong economic upturn thanks to the trillion financial injections is already a foregone conclusion. The big banks J.P. Morgan and Goldman Sachs are on the same page and see the S&P 500 rise significantly. Goldman Sachs sees the S&P 500 index at around 4,300 points towards the end of 2021 and around 4,600 points at the end of 2022. J.P. Morgan is a bit more conservative with its forecast of 4,000 and 4,500 points. The S&P 500 is currently trading at around 3,700 points.
These are also good prospects for raw materials companies, because without them nothing works in the economy! The so-called battery metals in particular should benefit greatly. However, the safe haven of precious metals should also perform well, as this is in demand especially in times of high inflation. And with the current monetary expansion, inflation will be inevitable!
For this reason, smart investors should consider promising commodity stocks now. You can find a good mix of many interesting commodity stocks here in our weekly review!
New mine plan and new central shaft catapult these companies to new levels!
The most important raw material of the future automotive industry, copper, is jumping from one high to the next! And currently there is no end in sight! Gold is rising again too!
Golden bet for your portfolio
BUCKLE UP! Is a MEGA SUCCESS repeated here? Can this share go from 38 to 900 million valuation?
You can hardly lose this bet! The direct neighbor of the CAD 900 million ‘Red Lake’ grenade Great Bear is now following in the footsteps of this incredible success story. Can this be repeated?
Mawson Gold and Maple Gold Mines
How will the world be in 2021
Experts anticipate a gradual economic recovery. China will be a pioneer and trailblazer.
Victoria Gold and Fury Gold
Golden entry moments
It is high time to get started not only with gold, but also with gold companies that convince with their projects.
MAG Silver and Endeavor Silver
Silver – Hope with vaccine development
Not only gold, silver has also gone down in price. But things could soon go up again.
Karora Resources and OceanaGold
Gold as a strategic asset
Gold can improve a portfolio in a number of ways. Gold company stocks also belong in a portfolio.
Massive bull market begins
Goldman Sachs sees copper at $ 10,000! With this copper rocket you benefit to the maximum!
Copper, is the great beneficiary of sustainable energies!
Copper Mountain Mining and Osisko Metals
Copper and zinc are heavily priced
Copper is as expensive as it has been since 2013 and zinc is as expensive as it has not been in a year and a half.
IsoEnergy and Uranium Energy
The largest uranium mines
In 2019, 53,656 tons of uranium were produced worldwide. Most of the uranium came from Kazakhstan, followed by Canada and Australia.
Aztec Minerals and Revival Gold
Gold price maybe over $ 5,000 soon
For the first time since July, the price of the precious metal has slipped below $ 1,800.
Osisko Gold Royalties and GoldMining
Why central banks like gold
Today central banks own more than 30,000 tons of gold. Most of it has been added since 2010.
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