By John Del Vecchio and Brad Lamensdorf
Gold may be poised for a big move.
Precious metals and precious metal stocks have been mired in a massive trading range for a decade.
That may change if gold reaches new highs, which could carry gold stocks to massive gains.
There’s been significant under investment in gold for a decade.
It’s the old supply/demand curve.
Central banks are buying gold hand over fist.
Take a look at this chart below.
Central bank purchases in 2022 dwarf any other year since 2009 by a mile.
Meanwhile, as central banks are buying up gold, reserves are dropping.
Lastly, gold production needs to catch up to the price of gold.
These factors indicate a perfect setup for a new bull market in gold.
Gold stocks, in particular, rally and then get smashed. Then they rally again, only to get crushed again. At least until now, the fundamentals have not mattered.
However, the central bank buying spree combined with reduced reserves and lagging production can only be ignored for so long…
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