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Wednesday, November 2, 2016

Gold soars and stocks fall as markets now forecasting a Trump victory

For the first time since the early October beat down of gold, the precious metal crossed over $1300 per ounce as revelations from the FBI on re-opening the cast against Hillary Clinton has pushed the markets into believing that Donald Trump has a strong shot at becoming the next President of the United States.

In Monday's trading, gold rose over $10 and stocks fell to the point that the 18,000 level was breached on the Dow for the first time since August.  And in the pre-market today that trend is continuing as gold is up another $10 while stock futures are down another 39 points.

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In a study released last week the GFMS team at Thomson Reuters concluded that while a Clinton win would not have a dramatic impact on the gold price, a Trump triumph will put pressure on financial markets and the dollar, prompting investors to seek the relative safety of gold: 
According to GFMS a Trump victory could spark a rally to $1,400 and maybe even $1,500 in our view while a win for Clinton would likely see prices ebb lower. - Mining.com
Live New York Gold Chart [Kitco Inc.]

World stocks, the dollar and oil fell on Wednesday, while safe-haven assets such as gold and the Swiss franc rose as investors were rattled by signs the U.S. presidential race was tightening just days before the vote.
Investors were beginning to rethink their long-held bets of a November 8 victory for Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton amid signs her Republican rival Donald Trump could be closing the gap, deepening the recent decline across major stock markets. - NBC News

Tuesday, September 27, 2016

Following Trump's winning most polls after the first debate, sentiment continues to be long towards buying gold

Following last night's first debate, the internet is wild with discussion and propaganda over who won, and who lost in New York last night.  But with the majority of online polls showing Trump winning by a relatively large margin, sentiment for gold continues to remain very high due to his increased odds of a victory.
Ahead of the first US presidential debate on Monday, Citigroup issued a warning alert of investors rushing into gold as the Republican nominee Donald Trump’s chances of becoming president have surpassed the 40pc mark. 
Previously seen as an unlikely winning bet by the majority of market participants throughout most of his campaign timespan, Trump is now expected to capitalize on his economic reform agenda, attracting voters yearning for change. As the chances of economic shift rise with Trump’s ascend, you can never be too safe, investors reckoned, rendered gold poised for gains in value closer to the yearend. 
Trump’s victory in November would mean a sooner interest rate hike by the Federal Reserve, with subsequent hikes to follow shortly as the Trump administration would be primarily focused on achieving economic normality. Amid the expected rate hikes, the stock market is likely to retreat, along with the value of many assets across multiple sectors of the economy. Bond yields would rise, whilst the fixed-income value would slip, a notion amongst investors spreads. Buying gold seems, therefore, a viable solution to offset the upcoming risks. “Polls have started to tighten ahead of the US presidential election, and Citi has raised the probability of a Trump victory,” Citi said in a note. 
“We expect a Trump win would bring out higher volatility in gold and forex, which in turn should lead to higher volumes in other precious metals.” - Sputnik News
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Saturday, December 17, 2011

Hitler speaks on Ron Paul's climb in the polls

Once again, its time for the maniacal and quite dead fascist leader Adolph Hitler to weigh in on the growing charge of Ron Paul in the Iowa and New Hampshire polls.