- Declining global mine production in years to come - a result of past, massive, haircuts to capex by some of the largest gold miners around the world. Gold miners' Capex has declined 65% from 2012 to 2016.
- Gold is a safe haven asset and according to the World Gold Council's most recent report on demand trends, current uncertainties in China and Europe are driving these flows.
- Technical analysis of gold price chart reveals a strong bullish set-up at a time when this trade is far from being crowded.
In the attached presentation, we review our thesis and present both fundamental and technical evidence to convince any gold bears out there to get out of the way. We look at gold not just in US dollar terms but also against most major currencies (FXE, EURS, FXC, CADS, NZDS, FXA, FXY) and against gold's peer: silver (SLV, SIL).
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