Thursday, January 26, 2017

With foreigners avoiding bonds, liquidity should move strongly into gold and silver in second half of the year

With foreigners for the most part selling bonds rather than buying them, signals are flashing that the 30 years bull market in bonds is just about over.  And with foreign economies around the world running into currency problems, slowing growth, and the threat of capital flight, economic Marc Faber believes that a huge portion of foreign capital will be moving into gold and silver in the second half of the year.

Economist Marc Faber, who is known in many circles as Doctor Doom for his oft gloomy forecasts, says that stock markets are overvalued, but stops short of saying that a crash is imminent. Though valuations are high and sentiment is dangerously optimistic, Faber argues in a recent interview with Fox Business that there are huge money flows still making their way into U.S. equities. 
And over the next three to six months Faber says much of that liquidity from foreign and domestic investors may start moving into precious metals and precious metals stocks:
[There won’t be a sell off] in the near future… but if you look at the valuation of stock they’re high. If you look at the valuation of the US dollar it is high… If you look at the money flows in the last few weeks a lot of money has flown into US equities, both from domestic investors and international investors… as a contrarian this is not a particular good sign. 
However, there is a lot of liquidity in the world… the liquidity will move into precious metals and precious metals stocks… so I would be long gold shares, silver shares, platinum and the underlying physical… 
I also think that sentiment is much too optimistic about stocks and far too pessimistic about bonds… - SHTF Plan

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