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Why Gold Could Rise for the Next 10 years - Dohmen Capital Research (24/06/2019)

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June 24, 2019

Attached is the Special Gold Report issued in early April. It gave the 10 year view on the next leg up in gold. In 1980, with gold coming down from its high of $800 and then breaking $694, our CEO and renowned analyst Bert Dohmen wrote in our Wellington Letter that gold had entered a bear market and would decline for the next 20 years. That came true with the start of the next bull market starting again 20 years later.

The most interesting part of the cycle-based forecast was that Bert Dohmen said gold would then embark on a 30 year bull market. The first leg of that rise ended in 2011. The second leg could be starting now. If the forecast holds true, the bull market may have 12 more years to go.

Here's the link to the Special Gold Report: http://bit.ly/FreeGoldReportDCSM

Originally posted at http://dohmencapital.com/).

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