Exclusive Insights on the Gold Market – Wed 11 Oct, 2017

Are investors ignoring gold as a diversifier?

Olivier Garret. Founder and CEO of The Hard Assets Alliance and former CEO of Casey Research joins me today with comments on gold’s roll in a portfolio. With the markets continuing to all time highs it naturally happens that investors forget the protection side of their portfolio.

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  1. On October 11, 2017 at 4:32 pm,
    JohnK says:

    Ten years ago I took Big Al’s advice and put 10% of my wealth in precious metals.
    At the time I really didn’t understand Gold but I had purchased some before and this sounded like very good advice.
    Fast forward 10 years and I have learned that Gold to me is not a store of value but rather a bet that the 1% and the Central banks are going to be able to hold things together and keep forcing their policies down our throats.
    For is it not the Central Banks and the 1% that have the Bullion.
    Do I get any satisfaction knowing that I am participant in the market that the CIA uses to liquidate their stolen gold.
    Do I get any satisfaction knowing I own a company that was a willing participant in the liquidation process.?
    Gold is losing its luster because people are waking up to what is really happening here.
    Proof of this is the crypto currencies.
    The money changers have had their way throughout history.Now there is an alternative.
    Is Communist China buying oil priced in Gold a good thing? Maybe if your Jim Rogers.
    We all know what is happening with our Politicians in America.Is this the reason Canada sold its Gold?
    And so were told this is the Golden age
    And is not Gold the reason for the Wars we rage?
    Sorry guys,that’s my story and I’m sticking to it.

    • On October 12, 2017 at 9:52 am,
      Cory says:

      Very interesting comment John. You bring up some good points!
      I will get some comments on this over the next few days/weeks.