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The Gold Rush of 2013

April 12, 2012


The world’s most precious metals, Gold Silver, Platinum and Palladium are produced in South Africa, Canada and Russia. Together they control 93% of the world’s platinum, 90% of the world’s palladium and 75% of the world’s gold.

They also control 72% of the world’s Vanadium reserves, 92% of the world’s Manganese and 85% of the world’s Chromium. All of the last three metals are vital to the U.S. defense industry and it would be in the best interest of Russia to cut off supplies of these metals to the United States.

Supply disruption from any of these sources could start as a result of the following:

1.  Retaliation against the United States for placing stringent embargos on South African, Canadian and Russian products.

2.  Mine closings due to strikes and terrorism.

3.   Victory by Russia, Iran and other nations over Nuclear Arms treaties thereby unwittingly blackmailing the U.S. by threatening to cut off supplies of their natural resources to America and their Allies.

And as if the 3 reasons above is not enough to warn the public of things to come, take note of the following:

The recent monumental increase in U.S. debt and the decline in the dollar’s buying power has many countries worldwide shouting for the end of the dollar’s reign as the world’s reserve currency.

Recently, the official newspaper of the Chinese Communist Party wrote: “The world urgently needs to create a diversified currency and financial system and fair and just financial order that is not dependent on the United States.”

The United States dollar is already being abandoned by many countries and companies in favor of the Yuan, the Chinese currency.

There are two reasons why gold should be the foundation of any portfolio. One is the limited downside risk and two is the great upside potential.

Owning gold in these uncertain times will put you far ahead of the crowd in the years to come. Owning gold is critical to financial security; it is the ultimate form of financial security because it is cash. Not cash in the form of paper, but cash in the form of money and a prudent investor traditionally goes into cash in times of uncertainty. Gold is money in the form of cold hard cash and is held for safety, is liquid, mobile and retains its value in normal times. A cache of gold, hidden, will ensure that whatever happens, you will at least retain that amount of value.

The present outstanding billions of dollars held worldwide in relationship to the ounces of gold in the treasury, pegs the price of gold at about $ 3300 dollars per ounce if dollars were to be redeemed.  In 1957, the U.S. had 650 million ounces of gold in the treasury and only $ 200 billion dollars outstanding and the writer sees no plausible reason given today’s deficit woes, why this trend will reverse itself.

Gold has made a comeback recently and we think we may again see it selling above $ 2800 dollars per ounce in the near future.

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