The gold rally has years to run

The gold rally has years to run

BY Shae Russell POSTED March 19, 2019

The price of gold today is irrelevant. Or so said Tocqueville Gold Fund boss John Hathaway in a recent podcast. Hathaway’s point was simple. There are big things coming for the price of gold in the next couple of years. So gold being a few bucks either side of US$1,300 doesn’t matter.

The Market Trigger for Gold

World’s #1-ranked gold expert reveals why 2018 could be your last chance to buy gold at this ‘bargain’ price

The Market Trigger for Gold

Daily Reckoning Australia contributor, Jim Rickards, is our global expert on gold. And in this revealing interview he explains why gold is so important in the global financial system, even if central banks deny it. He also show you why a new gold rush is quietly taking place, as confidence in paper currencies fall. In this free interview report you’ll learn many things, including:

  • Why Jim recommends you get some gold now
  • Why China’s secretly hoarding gold
  • And the one global event that could trigger gold’s price to rise significantly

It’s a fascinating and insightful interview. Simply enter your email address in the box below and click ‘Send Me My FREE Report’.

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