Saturday, January 24, 2015
The Weekend Edition is pulled from the daily Stansberry Digest. The Digest comes free with a subscription to any of our premium products.
A safe-haven asset that has been left for dead in recent years is about to soar: gold.
One more Stansberry Research analyst just turned bullish on the precious metal...
In the January 12 Digest, we explained why Stansberry Resource Report editor Matt Badiali is now bullish on junior mining stocks. He wrote...
Longtime readers know when junior miners rally, they soar... making investors five or 10 times their money.
Then, in the January 15 Digest, we shared Stansberry Short Report editor Jeff Clark's research explaining gold's technical strength...
When several of our analysts are making the same call, you should pay attention.
In the latest issue of True Wealth, Steve Sjuggerud proclaimed, "It's finally time to buy gold stocks."
Again, Steve looks for assets that have three characteristics: They're cheap, hated, and in an uptrend.
With the U.S. dollar hitting record highs, people have been poking fun at gold bugs. Lots of gold stocks are trading for absurdly low valuations compared with the price of gold. (While gold stocks are down 66% from their 2011 peak, gold itself is down just 32% over the same period.) So they're definitely cheap and hated.
And Steve says gold stocks have bottomed and begun an uptrend. In short, it's time to back up the truck.
In the latest issue of True Wealth, Steve outlined the reasons you should buy gold today...
One reason Steve is bullish on gold is because the dollar is so popular right now. Bullish sentiment toward the dollar is at an all-time high. And speculators have more bullish bets on the dollar than ever.
Everyone is buying dollars. The move has been parabolic...
And after the Swiss National Bank (SNB) shocked the market by unpegging its currency from the euro, we may have seen the last group of buyers rushing into the safety of "King Dollar." After such a parabolic move in an asset, there's usually a correction.
But what happens when investors pull money out of the dollar? Where will that money go? It's not going into the euro... The SNB signaled its loss of faith in the euro with its surprise move. Switzerland is betting on further weakness.
And in a speech to business owners this week, French President Francoise Hollande echoed the SNB's sentiment. The Wall Street Journal reported...
Money isn't moving into the Japanese yen, either. Interest rates are at record lows around the world... You're earning zero interest in German government bonds. And you're actually paying to hold Swiss bonds.
When interest rates are at zero, gold becomes highly competitive with money in the bank. As Steve explained...
Steve's "investment script" since the Federal Reserve began quantitative easing has been dead on.
He called the "Bernanke Asset Bubble" when former Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke starting printing money... Steve correctly predicted asset prices would soar across the board.
He urged his True Wealth subscribers to buy a house (before real estate prices soared). And he recommended shares of Blackstone Group, the private-equity firm that is now the nation's largest owner of single-family homes... True Wealth subscribers are up 187% on the recommendation in just more than two years.
Steve's subscribers are also sitting on big gains in health care stocks (400%), Berkshire Hathaway (154%), and technology stocks (148%), to name a few.
He believes gold is the newest addition to the script. And he has recommended a fund that holds 25 of the world's best gold-mining companies. The fund follows a certain set of criteria when selecting its holdings.
The last time gold rallied – from late 2008 until the end of 2010 – the index this fund tracks soared 242%. Steve thinks we could see 200%-plus gains this time around, too.
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Date Range:1/15/2015 to 1/22/2015
Date Range:1/15/2015 to 1/22/2015