When will the gold price really take off? We’ve seen the stock market drop like a stone recently and then continue to wobble. Trump seems to be devoting his presidency to crashing the economy with massive debt and economic policies that don’t seem well thought out. Uncertainty seems everywhere. Chaos seems to reign in government.
We have always been told that economic uncertainty will be good for the gold price. But the question has been when will the gold price take off.
Mike Maloney, author of the best selling book on buying precious metals, interviews David Morgan, noted precious metals and resource expert. They gove us their take on the gold price and the important question of when.
When the currency crisis strikes and people lose confidence in fiat currencies people will rush to gold as a monetary replacement.
If there is a currency crisis Mike and David feel that gold will go to $5,000 to $10,000. 00.
Both David Morgan and Mike Maloney, although they used different methodologies came to the same conclusion. The end of the cycle and the currency crisis will hit by 2020.
Mike Maloney’s book, the Guide to Buying Gold and Silver is the best selling guide to purchasing precious metals. David Morgan’s Second Chance shows you how you can profit from the coming rise in the price of precious metals and just as importantly how to keep those profits. Click on the the image below to find out more and purchase the book directly from Amazon.
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