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Is now the perfect time to buy gold?

Our FREE gold price forecast delivers the expert opinions you can trust

Dear Investor,

Some say only the crazy conspiracy theorists of the world buy gold…

Don’t listen to them.

I’m always suspicious of other investors who try to steer me away from something with that kind of talk. You don’t have to insult me to give me advice! What I want is cold, hard data and objective guidance.

Because you’re here on a Gold Investing News page, you clearly share that attitude with us. So allow me to share with you my secret weapon for gold investing: A completely FREE, yet expert, crystal clear, straightforward answer to your critical question: Is gold a good investment?

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Of course, you could spend hours clicking around the Internet looking for information on your own. But do you have the time for that? Do you know who to trust, and which information is reliable?

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Of course, after first asking, “Is gold a good investment?” your next question might be what are Gold Investing News’ credentials …

Why you should read Gold Prices In 2017

Gold Investing News is part of Investing News Network, a growing network of authoritative publications delivering independent, unbiased news and education for investors. We deliver knowledgeable, carefully curated coverage of a variety of markets including gold, silver, copper and many others. This means you read nothing but the best from the entire world of investing advice, and never have to waste your valuable time doing hours, days or weeks of research yourself.

At the same time, not a single word of the content we choose for you is paid for by any company of investment advisor: We choose our content based solely on its informational and educational value to you, the investor.

I’m sure you can see the value of such investing intelligence. And of course it’s exactly the same kind of information we’ve poured into this FREE Special Report, Gold Prices In 2017. This 10-page report takes a detailed look at the prospects for gold prices for the next 12 months — and beyond.

So if you’re considering diversifying your portfolio as a hedge against currency instability — against political instability around the world …

If you’re just beginning your investing efforts and have heard gold might be a good place to start …

Even if you already own gold but want to buy more, or find out where the price of gold per ounce is headed …

This is the place to start. Right now.

After all, considering the instability of the world today, any investor worth his salt and eyeing retirement in the not-too-distant future would want an investment that holds its relative value as gold does. If that describes you — if you’re the kind of person who believes in taking charge of his own financial wellbeing, and that of his loved ones, even in an uncertain world — if you don’t want to rely on governments and their so-called “experts” to provide for your future — then you shouldn’t wait to start reading this Special Report.

Gold Prices In 2017: What you can learn

Are you worried about China and the U.S. debt?

Middle East turmoil and its inevitable effect on the price — and value — of oil and everything it touches?

The rise of the BRIC economies to challenge the U.S.?

Or, for that matter, the possibility that Russia’s recent economic woes might be just as harmful to your other investments as its earlier strong performances were?

You may be surprised by some of the insights in Gold Prices In 2017.

  • For example, it’s important to keep an eye on capital markets when considering gold. That’s because when markets tighten up, funding for gold-related projects dries up, leading to lower prices as the supply shrinks.
  • Continued quantitative easing globally is critical to keeping the price of gold headed upward.
  • The U.S. Federal Reserve is expected to raise interest rates in the third quarter, which will cause gold prices to decline.

Naturally, different experts have different forecasts. But when you’re trying to decide whether to buy, sell or hold gold, you don’t want to rely on just one or two expert opinions — or on the opinions of people you can’t trust. That’s why our painstakingly curated Special Report is so valuable to savvy investors like you.

Most importantly, we have access to experts that no individual investor has, and we deliver their insights directly to you in this Special Report. You’d probably pay well for the kind of advice you’ll find in Gold Prices In 2017 — but remember, it’s FREE!

When you read this report, for instance, you’ll discover …

  • What the CEO of Colombian Mines (TSXV:CMJ) thinks will happen to smaller gold companies in the first half of the year
  • The forecast from venerable bullion brokers Sharps Pixley for gold bars in 2017, and which factors will drive the investors who will fulfill that prediction
  • The possibility of “capitulation” in gold according to Rick Rule of Sprott Global, the U.S.’s pre-eminent junior resource-focused investing firm

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So what are you waiting for? You can’t diversify your portfolio, build wealth and ensure your family’s wellbeing in an uncertain world by doing nothing.

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After all, there are no guarantees in life or investing, but gold has long been one of the closest things to it. Millions of other investors have already taken steps to secure their futures and sleep soundly at night — why would you wait any longer to get started yourself?

So I urge you to sit down today and carefully read Gold Prices In 2017. Keep an open mind, give its insights careful thought and take your time in making any decisions. Remember, this FREE Special Report is yours to keep, so you can refer back to it at any time to guide your future moves.

Thank you for hearing me out on this Special Report, and for your interest in Gold Investing Network. And join me soon as a confident gold investor!

Yours for financial self-reliance,

Nick Smith
Publisher & CEO
Investing News Network

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Comments
  • Ever heard of naked shorts? When several hundred tons of gold are sold off in one day, there is no one else (save Rockefeller) that has that kind of gold except central bankers, who, by the way hate the stuff ‘coz they can’t print it. Something stinks, yet no one goes to jail. I own physical gold as a hedge against the USD. Insurance, not an investment. I believe the USD is under extreme pressure because currency wars and the idiocy of quantitative easing by the Feds. Follow the findings of GATA if you want the real story.

    Reply
    • Here here!! I couldn’t agree more. Anyone that looks at Gold as insurance understands the world he or she lives in.

      Question Everything !! When the herd is running towards the cliff, make sure you are going in the opposite direction.

      Best of luck, the next few years are going to be very interesting.

      Reply

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