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Gold Isn’t the Next Currency

We always get questions about gold. And they typically come down to a couple of questions: “Can you tell me why gold would keep going down when central banks continue

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Dear Gold, Nobody Wants You

From 2004 through 2011, gold buyers had a lot to talk about. Their favorite investment shot up by more than 350%, providing fabulous gains while the world suffered from the

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Are You Betting Your Assets on Gold? Big Mistake

On April 25, 2012, Porter Stansberry interviewed me on his radio station. It was one of the more interesting discussions I’ve had with a fellow newsletter editor. Definitely worth a

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Gold’s Worst Enemies

  2013 was not kind to the yellow metal. While equity markets flew by 25% to 30%, gold fell by more than 25%. Ouch! That’s going to leave a mark

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Why Gold Has Lost Its Luster: Sell on Rallies Ahead

Harry S. Dent | Wednesday, October 23, 2013 >> Gold was supposed to be the crisis and inflation hedge. The ultimate protection for investors during bad times. And it was

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The Run to Gold $750

If you ask Rodney’s wife how much physical gold she owns, she will slowly and innocently shake her head and say… “None.” It’s the only lie Rodney has known her

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Gold Finally Gets Its

Harry S. Dent | Tuesday, May 28, 2013 >> Since the crisis of late 2008, gold has responded to any signs of increasing money printing. Gold bugs have assumed that

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Gold Turning to Kryptonite

Rodney Johnson | Friday, April 19, 2013 >> Indignant. Hostile. Disgusted. Dismissive. These are just a few of the responses we get when we talk about the price of gold

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Euro Gold: The Ultimate Crisis Hedge

To say Harry is passionate about the direction of gold, the dollar and the economy is an understatement. He’s willing, even itching, to have heated debates with anyone holding opposing

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Gold: “I’ve Fallen and I Can’t Get Up”

Gold is supposed to go up when central banks print limitless money and debase their currencies. We’ve seen the U.S. commit to QE3 and a more aggressive QE3-plus from mid-