This should add fuel to the gold rally. Also, this has been talked about but it is still hard to believe.

Current Top Of Discussion But Still Hard To Believe
June 21 (King World News) – 
Eric Pomboy:  “Global Negative Yielding Debt up $698bln today to $13 Trillion, A NEW RECORD HIGH…

But Watch Out For Sentiment
Tracy Alloway, Bloomberg:
  “The percentage of investors expecting lower long-term bond yields is the highest since late 2008, according to the latest BofAML fund managers’ survey. (see chart below).

CAUTION: Investors Expecting Lower Long-Term Bond Yields At Highest Level Since Late 2008

Keep Gold Glittering
Holger Zschaepitz: 
ETFs can keep Gold glittering. The yellow metal is on a tear, breaking through $1,400 on Friday thx to the prospect of lower US & Eurozone interest rates. Stock-like ETFs are only just joining the rally. That support will keep bullion shining for longer. (see chart below).

ETF Buying Should Add Fuel To Gold Rally

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Michael Oliver worked directly with the Chairman of the COMEX in the 1970s bull market in gold and silver and he also called the 1987 stock market crash!

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