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Businessinsider.com/

It may be overbought on a near-term technical basis, but gold — now on the precipice of breaking above $1,300/oz — is likely to remain in this secular uptrend for quite a while longer. We’re talking years. We’re still talking $3,000/oz.

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Seeking Alpha

Just as the government is trying to prevent people from investing in anything other than T-Bills by raising taxes on taxable interest and dividends to confiscatory levels, it's also trying to prevent you from parking your wealth in assets, like gold,

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iTulip

Forget the Bush tax cuts. We need a $1 trillion per year post credit bubble debt cut, but we're not going to get one. That's why the gold price is going through the roof.

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Benzinga.com/

But the bigger factor affecting gold's price is the US bond bubble. Spooked by global market volatility, and deceived by the Fed's continued intervention to keep bond yields farcically low, private investors seem to have made a 'flight to safety'...

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ZeroHedge.com

The result of the 1968 failure of the London Gold Pool to suppress gold was an appreciation of the gold price from $35 to $850 per ounce. A similar percentage today would carry gold to almost $30,000 per ounce.

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ZeroHedge.com

In no other market in the world do the major players get together each day and decide on a price. Imagine if Intel, AMD and Samsung were to meet each day to “fix” the price of microchips, or if the major oil companies were to meet each day...

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Reuters

Gold turned higher on Wednesday, shrugging off a 1 percent rise in the dollar versus the euro, as concerns over the outlook for the U.S. economy and the potential for further monetary easing sparked haven buying of the metal.

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