The Average Investor Is Ignoring Gold

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After gold hit an all-time high of $2,070 per ounce last August, it then went on a gradual but steady decline.

So, some folks who have a lot of gold and mining stocks in their portfolio, a may feel a bit impatient.

But look what’s happening: Government spending is out of control. Inflation is heating up big time. And other commodities like copper, oil, and lumber are soaring.

So if you’re thinking about selling some or all of the gold in your portfolio, let me give you one word of advice:


You’ll never forgive yourself.

Because gold isn’t falling. It’s resting. It’s consolidating. And it’s getting ready for a bull market run unlike any you’ve ever seen before.

Like a slingshot, the pullback we’re seeing in the price of gold is creating the momentum for a spectacular move higher.

I’ve prepared a special video report to explain exactly why this is happening and what you can do about it.

Believe it or not, the coming bull market in gold was predicted nearly 100 years ago by a Russian economist who discovered something called “The K-Wave.” And I can assure you…

The K-Wave is coming.

I believe it’s going to lift your gold to new heights. But it also could put many of your stocks and bonds in grave danger.

That’s why I urge you to watch my special video report right now.

Plus, in this special video report, I’m also going to tell you about another “commodity” that could do even better than gold. It could turn every $10,000 you invest today into $75,000! 2