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PostSubject: WHERE TO PUT THE MONEY?   Wed Jan 11, 2012 4:55 pm

Load Up On Gold and Silver as Bernanke Dives Off the Deep End

October 6, 2011

By Martin Hutchinson, Global Investing Strategist, Money Morning

I first thought U.S. Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke was being deceitful when he denied the existence of inflation - but now I'm beginning to think he's simply delusional.

Anyone who watched or listened to Bernanke's Oct. 4 congressional testimony must have reached the same conclusion.

"Persistent factors continue to restrain the pace of recovery," Bernanke said. Then the Fed Chairman promised to consider yet more stimulus "to promote a stronger economic recovery in a context of price stability."

The irony, of course, is that we don't actually have price stability, but Bernanke refuses to believe this - thus the added stimulus. And that says nothing of the fact that the first $2 trillion of "stimulus" did little or nothing for the overall economy.

This is the same kind of delusion that led the Fed Chairman to proclaim in 2007 that the "the impact on the broader economy and financial markets of the problems in the subprime market seems likely to be contained."

So, with a delusional central bank chairman, an anemic economic recovery, and every indication that prices across the board will continue to soar higher, there's really only one place to put any loose change you have lying around: gold and silver.

Bernanke's Blunder

Back in May, I said gold and commodity investments were attractive for two primary reasons:

    <LI sizset="5" sizcache="8">First, global monetary policy was - and still is - very stimulative. Commodities, especially gold, tend to do very well when interest rates are well below inflation.
  • Second, rapid growth in emerging markets has created a new wave of middle class consumers. Those new buyers are increasing demand - and therefore prices - for industrial commodities.
Of course, following the market turbulence of the past few months, the picture has changed somewhat. While growth in China and other emerging markets remains quite rapid, it appears to be slowing a bit. That has dented demand for industrial commodities. Prices have dropped as a result. Copper, for example, has fallen to about $6,900 per metric ton, from more than $10,000. However, unless the emerging market economies go into a full-blown recession - and I don't expect they will - I would anticipate some recovery here.

On the other hand, monetary policy has gone in the opposite direction - becoming even more stimulative. Bernanke intends to keep short-term interest rates near zero until mid-2013 and he's undertaken a $400 billion "Operation Twist" program to bring down long-term interest rates. Both of these measures have increased monetary stimulus at a time when inflation is already running close to 4%.

That brings us to this week, when Bernanke decried the progress in the economy and indicated that the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) would consider even more monetary stimulus - even though three of the group's members are solidly opposed to the idea.

$5,000 Gold - $150 Silver

So far the only thing the Fed's loose monetary policy has succeeded at doing is pushing gold and silver prices steadily higher.
Gold has risen by more than 30% this year, and silver at one point in April was trading 300% higher than it was a year earlier.

These metals have stumbled lately, but with over-expansive monetary policy still intact, they are likely to experience a strong rebound.

Remember, it's not just Bernanke: The European Central Bank (ECB) also has stopped raising interest rates because of the Eurozone's problems. And the Bank of England (BOE) has indicated that it may well drop rates from their current 0.5% level - even though British inflation remains around 5%.

The undeniable result will be a renewed surge in gold and silver prices, meaning the present pullback is an outstanding buying opportunity.

If gold matches its 1980 peak adjusted for inflation, it will hit $2,500 an ounce. If it matches its 1980 peak adjusted for the world economy's growth since then, it will hit $5,000 an ounce. Similarly, if silver were to match its 1980 peak adjusted for inflation, it could climb as high as $150 an ounce.

These are not unrealistic targets. As in the late 1970s, the world's monetary authorities are determinedly trashing the value of paper money and forcing rational investors to look for an alternative.

Panning for Profit

For investors, the simplest way into the metals remains the two large exchange-traded funds (ETFs): The SPDR Gold Trust (NYSE: GLD) and the iShares Silver Trust (NYSE: SLV).

There is a modest amount of slippage between these ETFs and the metals themselves, so their prices are running about 2% behind the metals, but their convenience and liquidity make them the best choice for retail investors.

However, gold and silver mining companies this year have substantially underperformed the metals. The Market Vectors ETF Trust (NYSE: GDX), which tracks gold miners, is about 15% below its Jan. 1 level even while gold itself is up about 15%.

Indeed, miners currently are very cheap compared to the metals themselves. This is especially true of silver. So, gold and silver investors should make sure a substantial part of their portfolio is devoted to the miners, as well as the precious metals themselves.

As far as gold miners are concerned, I would recommend Barrick Gold Corp. (NYSE: ABX), which is currently selling on a price/earnings (P/E) ratio of 12 and Yamana Gold (NYSE: AUY), with a P/E of about 16.

A good silver miner to look at would be Silvercorp Metals (NYSE: SVM) - a rapidly growing Chinese silver miner that trades at roughly 16-times earnings.
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PostSubject: Re: WHERE TO PUT THE MONEY?   Wed Jan 11, 2012 5:08 pm

Great Post, Thanks for the info!
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PostSubject: Re: WHERE TO PUT THE MONEY?   Wed Jan 11, 2012 5:16 pm

Yes, thanks,

There is the idea out there that right after RV, after all the dust settles,

The USD will strengthen, Gold will fall, for about 6 months,

Then the USD will drop like a rock, and gold will skyrocket.

Being defeated is often a temporary condition. Giving up is what makes it permanent.
Marilyn Vos Savant

Yesterday would have been better, but today is a good day

Remember as always, JMHO
Rantings from just north of sixty
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PostSubject: Re: WHERE TO PUT THE MONEY?   Wed Jan 11, 2012 5:33 pm


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PostSubject: Re: WHERE TO PUT THE MONEY?   Wed Jan 11, 2012 7:30 pm

A couple of weeks ago, gold and silver began a heavy correction — especially silver. This was caused by a variety of reasons, mostly fears of a European caused massive recession or worse.

Whenever there’s fear of an economic slowdown, people flood to cash — and when that economic slowdown is caused by a a problem with the Euro, then people will flood to dollar cash. That means everything prices in dollars will most likely take a dip, or at least will be priced lower than they would be alternatively.

This is hard for some people to wrap their minds around, because they would generally prefer holding gold and silver if the world economic system collapsed — but the problem here isn’t a fear of complete economic collapse — the immediate problem is fear of a strong recession brought on by Europe.

Even then, physical bullion and paper bullion are two different animals

I’m not interested in cute ETFs or mutual funds or even stocks. Those are extra risky and simply require too much research per investment for it to mix well with my strategy. Hard coins
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