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In 1971, President Nixon ended the Dollar value tied to the price of Gold. Gold prices went from $35 an ounce to $850 an ounce at the peak in January 1980. Inflation began to visually affect all the world’s currencies. The rise in inflation in the 1970s was fueled by spending on Wars, social welfare, and the fact that the Federal Reserve did not acknowledge the warnings on inflation until much later. Gold is now back on its upward swing. Today, over one-third of the world’s sovereign debt is yielding negative interest rates. There is increasing evidence that global reserve currency managers are flocking to gold as a means to preserve capital, making Gold one of the highest demands on record. The likelihood of an ongoing surge into gold remains very high today.

Through the first 12 weeks of 2016, gold prices climbed nearly 18%. During the same period, the Dow Jones Industrial Average, S&P 500, and Nasdaq all dropped 8.3%, 8.8%, and 13.4% respectively.

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