Analyst’s: Some Key Reason To Buy Gold

Analyst’s: Some Key Reason To Buy Gold

Analyst’s: Some Key Reason To Buy Gold

Some of the Key reasons why one analysts/author says that Gold is a good buy right now, as follows:

“Negative interest rates reduce the cost of carrying gold and are, at least theoretically, inflationary. But it’s the cost of carry that is most compelling as a reason to hold gold,” Ron Insana, the author of four books on Wall Street, writes.

High interest rates and strong currencies are the typical constraints on owning gold, which offers no yield and tends to decline in value when paper currencies are appreciating, he explained.

“Aside from the Japanese Yen, there are few currencies surging in value and there are very few countries sporting interest rates high enough to offer attractive yields that appear enticing to investors. It’s an environment that may continue to favor gold, both for domestic and international investors, at least for the time being,” he wrote.

“There are also some positive technical signs that suggest that gold can extend its recent gains. The recent upward move in gold has been confirmed by rallies in other precious metals like silver and platinum and by rallies in economically-sensitive metals like copper,” he wrote.

“From a purely chart-based perspective, gold has no meaningful upside resistance until about $1,350 oz, leaving about $100 of upside from current levels.”

“Add to that the increasing likelihood that the Federal Reserve, in my opinion, is unlikely to raise interest rates more than one more time this year — if that much,” he wrote.

“With estimates of U.S. growth continuing to be downgraded, the Fed has little reason to raise rates in a global climate that remains quite weak, recent stock market action notwithstanding. Other market-based indicators, like a sagging dollar and depressed interest rates, suggest an economic environment that doesn’t warrant further action from the Fed.”

Gold steadied on Friday after 3 days of declines, seeing its 1 st weekly drop in 3 as strength in the USD and global equities curbed appetite for the safe-haven precious Yellow metal.

USD/t oz. 1,234.60 +8.10 +0.66% Jun 2016 4:59p EDT

Have a terrific weekend.

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