Gold: Rock, Paper, Scissors 
Friday, August 9, 2019 at 10:31PM
Silver Prices

Preamble

Gold is at the starting gate of a major bull run, it is now ‘Game On’.

Talking of games, in the game commonly known as Rock, Paper, Scissors, rock beats scissors, paper beats rock and scissors beat paper. Gold has constantly lost to paper as evident by the correlation of sudden selling on the paper market and the corresponding reduction in the price of physical gold.

It is time that the scissors severed the link between paper and rock in order that physical gold can find its true value. In this article we will take a quick look at both the paper market and the physical market for gold

First a word of warning, we have been here before with gold only to be disappointed by head fakes and false starts. The big players have the power to dump large quantities of gold onto the paper market thus and in turn reduce the price of gold in a matter of minutes.  

The Paper Market

The paper market is more or less.......


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