AEP weighs into the gold argument

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The UKTelegraph’s Ambrose Evans-Pritchard shares his thoughts on gold, and has a dig at Ben and the fed in the process.

I thought i would share this one as well as we were just discussing gold and what the future may hold.

Author: Kyle Shortland

Kyle Shortland has nearly 20 years of investment management and financial markets experience and currently produces Asian FX technical analysis for MNI. Before joining MNI Kyle spent 3 years as a Foreign Exchange Analyst for Thomson-Reuters IFR Markets product. Kyle’s previous roles included tactical asset allocation and the development and management of model equity, commodities and foreign exchange portfolios for various Australian banks and funds. Kyle originally gained his experience in the FX markets as a spot trader with Colonial State Bank in Sydney Australia. Kyle holds a Masters of Applied Finance degree from Macquarie University, and a Bachelor of Commerce degree from Newcastle University.

7 Comments

  1. That’s not what Ed Matts says :P Gold bugs…

  2. I have to admit, i am a bit of a fan of the calls Jim Rogers makes.

  3. If you guys thought my daily AUD chart was brutal, take a look at my beautiful GOLD chart haha

    https://www.tradingview.com/x/Hini9jey/

  4. Agree Kyle

  5. I used to be a fan of AEP, but I simply got sick of waiting to see if any of his predictions actually transpired. Maybe one day one will. After all, a broken clock is right twice a day.

  6. What puzzles me is how miners made money before the GFC if mining gold is a losing proposition at $1200. Inflation needs to be taken into account since 2008, but $400 worth?

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