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The final figures are in, and boy are they ever spectacular! The price of gold surged 16% in the first three months of 2016, the single biggest quarterly gain in 30 years.
As amazing as the best run since 1986 is for the yellow metal, though, it pales in comparison to the gains in gold mining shares. Take the diversified Market Vectors Gold Miners ETF (GDX). It’s up a hefty 47% year-to-date.
But Canadian miner Yamana Gold (AUY) is up 64.5%.
South African miner Sibanye Gold (SBGL) is up 153.4%.
And Harmony Gold Mining Co. (HMY), also of South Africa? Fasten your seatbelts, because it has soared a whopping 311.2% so far in 2016!
Now I can’t go back in time and grab those gains. Neither can you. But I do know that the forces driving gold in the first quarter aren’t going away.
Radical, experimental central bank policy all over the world. Weakness in credit markets and banks. A slumping dollar. Negative interest rates, which make zero-yielding gold more attractive. The list goes on and on.
So to help break down what’s going on in the gold market, and what it means to your wealth, I’m going to be participating in a special webinar. It’s titled “The Next Phase For Gold, and How To Profit From It” and it will be held this coming Monday, April 4 from 2:00 p.m. to 2:45 p.m. EST.
I’ll be joined by Brien Lundin, Rick Rule, and Brent Cook, a trio of individuals who have intimate knowledge of the gold markets. Brien is the executive editor of Gold Newsletter, and host of the New Orleans Investment Conference. Rick works for Sprott Inc., a company that manages or administers more than eight billion Canadian dollars worth of resource and commodity assets. And Brent is a renowned exploration analyst and geologist, as well as the author of Exploration Insights.
I hope you can join me for this exciting, informative, and completely FREE, presentation. All you have to do is register online here, then join me on Monday. I’m looking forward to speaking with you then.
Until next time,
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