Why are Gold Prices So Low?

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Could gold prices fall any further?

Gold prices keep moving lower.  The last time we were here($1082 per Troy oz.) it was 2009 and we were trying to understand how we could dig ourselves out of one of the worst financial crisis in the history of this great nation. Leading the charge to our recovery would be Barrack Obama who was inaugurated into high office in 2009, and Mr. Ben Bernanke the Chairman of Federal Reserve(now a blogger) after being appointed to office by President Bush in 2006.

These men would lead us on a journey that has left millions of Americans with less privacy, less money, less opportunity and for those 30 something’s with economic uncertainty that may continue to haunt their investment strategies for what could be decades of digression. Today’s gold price will mark another multi year low for gold. How did we get here, how did gold get so low? Is it manipulation, a function of supply, has Bitcoin taken the gold market share? Is China playing a bigger role in this gold price war than we’re being told? These are very popular topics for advertorials through out the blogosphere. Maybe the real answer is actually quantifiable? The trick might be to start looking at gold in the most traditional application, namely as currency. We’re believers in quantifiable currency and wealth, right? The numbers tell the story, and it’s possible that the real reason we haven’t seen even lower prices could be due to a lack of currency commitment from investors. The dollar is strong, so the economy is too, that’s it. Dollar strength creates a wedge for rate fixers but allows for unquantifiable surplus of leveraged paper assets(1 for me and .01 for you). We’re seeing it and reading about it, and it’s happening with a higher frequency than ever before. It almost feels as if there is huge commitment to maintain economic and corporate welfare. Even if it means we have engineered a strategy that would maintain well perceived economic sentiment for those other currency providers constantly who are hovering over our shoulders.

In essence QE1, 2, and 3 provided plausibility to print trillions of dollars to create a positive sentiment for our future growth. We stopped paying interest and we printed more money. As a result a gold rise became eminent. Gold only began its journey down when we started to taper. The rest of the world then facing similar economic windfalls was following suit and QE quickly became a global phenomenon. The result is a “booming” stock market, with companies like Facebook and Twitter(non-earners) leading capitalization. The point being that stock market still needs a skewed economic perception in order to continually access cheap money  and keep “booming”. Until the rate is forced higher, this trend will continue to work for stocks, so the gold price could continue on this downward trajectory. We don’t have to wait for a equity draw down to protect our wealth.

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The 1 oz. Gold American Eagle Coins are an ideal product for gold buyers and collectors, and you can buy the Gold Eagle directly online at Ausecure.com
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