Gold Analysts Bullish Due To Money Creation On Scale Never Seen In History

Friday, September 27, 2013
By Paul Martin

Gold Core
GoldSeek.com
Friday, 27 September 2013

Gold analysts are bullish for a second week due to the view that ultra loose monetary policies and budget talks risk a U.S. government shutdown which will spur demand for gold bullion as a haven.

According to Bloomberg as featured in The Washington Post:
Seventeen analysts surveyed by Bloomberg expect prices to rise next week, seven are bearish and three neutral. Gold, which fell into a bear market in April, rose 7.3% since the start of July, poised for the first quarterly advance in a year.

Bullion is still heading for its first annual drop in 13 years after some investors lost faith in the metal as a store of value. The Federal Reserve unexpectedly left its bond-purchase program unchanged last week, saying that restrictive fiscal policies pose risks for the economy. President Barack Obama and congressional Republicans are debating the federal budget in a confrontation that risks a government shutdown within days.

“The outlook is positive due to the twin risks of continued ultra-loose monetary policies as seen in the lack of tapering and also due to forthcoming risks regarding the U.S. debt ceiling. They may resolve the debt ceiling, but how they resolve it is most likely to kick the can down the road. People may buy gold as a safe haven.”

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