What the Fed Doesn’t Want You to Know about Gold

As any experienced gold investor will tell you, the price of gold is directly correlated to US debt more than any other variable.

And since the US will run a $1.5 trillion deficit for the foreseeable future, you can bet the bank that gold is going much higher.

Doing simple math based upon long-standing historical trends, conservative estimates put gold at $3800 an ounce at that time.

Yet don’t be surprised if it’s much sooner than that, based upon a number of other emotional and supply/demand driven forces.

The question we have to ask is, how soon?  And what can you do to protect your wealth and retirement before it’s too late?  Continue Reading