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What Will Happen To Gold When The Stock Market Bubble Pops?

By Gary SavageMarket OverviewJan 19, 2018 06:30AM ET
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What Will Happen To Gold When The Stock Market Bubble Pops?
By Gary Savage   |  Jan 19, 2018 06:30AM ET
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The stock market is in a bubble phase that will eventually pop. This video explains why gold, evidenced by its relative strength among other commodities, will be the preferred recipient of liquidity.

The liquidity will flow into commodities causing inflation…just like it did in 2008. This time the bubble will be in the precious metals market instead of the energy markets though. The metals have held up much better than the rest of the commodity sector.

Big money has been accumulating all last year in preparation for what happens when the stock bubble pops. This is why stocks and gold have gone up together for two years. Gold will continue to rise as the bubble in stocks becomes more mature and more and more liquidity starts to move over to the metals in preparation for the stock market implosion that is coming later this year.

Below you find the video

What Will Happen To Gold When The Stock Market Bubble Pops?
 

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What Will Happen To Gold When The Stock Market Bubble Pops?

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Janaka Ahaus
Janaka Ahaus Jan 21, 2018 6:38PM ET
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Even if the stock market bubble doesnt pop, the falling dollar will raise the price of gold.
michael molnar
michael molnar Jan 21, 2018 9:10AM ET
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It will.continue to go up till it doesnt
Graham Hart
Graham Hart Jan 21, 2018 12:08AM ET
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Two facts- the market is in a bubble. It will come down. The model I have on the market tells me to prepare for a relatively small correction soon, before the exhaustive run to the top. I predict SPX to peak over 3000 by late '18---mid'19 with the rollover happening by mid-late 19-early 20. Gold/silver should do well..as will taking some shorts in some ridiculously fat sectors. This is just my own prediction. I don't believe it will start sooner than what I've said but believe it could go longer than I expect.
Gary Icemangold
Icemangold Jan 19, 2018 11:28AM ET
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Gary did good analysis and I made money based on them.
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Crispybull Jan 19, 2018 9:57AM ET
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Fear mongering
 
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