Thursday, April 9, 2015
The Price of Gold Explained. Dont value it in Dollars!
It has never been more difficult to find out the true value of Gold! With every central bank in developed economies hoping to boost inflation, there is sufficient room to speculate that the gold market will make a turn in 2015 and end the year higher than where it started. The US dollar is likely to remain a steadying influences for gold until it collapses. Gold often moves in the opposite direction to the US currency, which is unsurprising since it is quoted in US Dollars! As the Federal Reserve slows its money-printing policy or QE , the the influence of gold should rise. Paper Gold Investors are likely to remain big net sellers over the coming months but you should really hang on to physical metal as a hedge against currency problems. The price should be supported by continued strong demand from China, the relaxation in India’s import duties as well as the prospect that low prices could constrain mine output and supply of 'scrap' gold.