The gold bull market is an inevitable event that we believe is coming, but under the circumstances, precious metals have the weight of the world against them.

The optimism the U.S. economy is seeing is unlike anything we have seen in many decades:

Gold is a safe haven asset, but there’s an uphill battle because the very thing that it’s hedging against is also being treated as a safe haven. With the success of the president’s policies, the economy is booming. The U.S. is open for business, taxes are down, and people with money are incentivized to invest in the U.S. as opposed to elsewhere.

When Obama was president, businesses, entrepreneurs, and investors were worried about the throttling up of big government policies that were damning towards fundamental business growth. Now, there’s a president in office that is pro-America, and the results are speaking for themselves.

No doubt, the stock market continuing to go above all-time high after all-time high is ongoing injection of confidence into the economy, which is negative for gold in the short-term. And having seen what we are seeing, I believe the pain for gold can be extended until a reversal in the equities fully goes into effect.

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    Gold falling below $1,300 earlier this year was a real letdown for precious metal investors, and falling below $1,200 was the punch to the throat of any optimism of a bull market. The pain in gold will be directly correlated with the sentiment of the U.S. economy.

    This is the exact reason why we partner with the best and most resilient people in the sector to invest with, as it’s times like this that remind you where the value settles when there’s blood in the streets.

    Especially as of lately, you can see the floor falling out of some gold and silver ETFs:

    I’ve been putting tremendous amounts of thought and research into the next pick we will release here at In this case, it will not be a resource company.

    Expect a major announcement in the next week that you are going to want to be ready for.

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    Naturally, the Wall Street insiders don’t want you to get access to this type of information and analysis because they’re accustomed to having privileged access all to themselves. Crush The Street believes in democratizing market information and letting the people decide for themselves how to allocate their money.

    In the short-term, I’m anticipating more conventional upside in the equities market, and we will profit from this. Especially with the news I am releasing in short order for my readers, retail growth and a strong economy will be a perfect catalyst for my next big announcement.

    In the end, the result will ultimately be the same: inflation, negative real yields, and ballooning deficits and Fed balance sheets. Similarly, for commodities, the macroeconomic factors (including an outright global recession) are still on the table. We might see a continuation of near-term volatility, and things could very well look like we are back to the days of 2008. However, once the noise subsides, the world will wake up to find that the resources they desperately need are in the hands of the contrarians that bought when no one else was willing to invest.

    As a trend-finding newsletter, we are spring-loading ourselves to the upside like never before.

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