How to Position Yourself for ‘Gold Fever’

It’s taken quite a few months and many hours of research. But finally, my special report into the gold market, and a strategy for Aussie investors to play it, is available for you to read.

You can get all the details here.

If you’re interested in gold and getting some gold stocks into your portfolio, this is a really important read. That’s because there’s an aspect to the gold story that just isn’t widely known right now.

And if I’m right about what I reveal in the report, it has the potential to really put the afterburners on the gold price.

Look, I’m not just saying this to get you revved up. I could be wrong. It wouldn’t be the first time.

But, and here’s the important thing, if you can get onto a theme early, and wait for the public narrative to shift in your favour, you can do very, very well out of it.

The problem for most people is that they find it difficult to take positions, or have an opinion, that is outside of mainstream public opinion. We are social creatures. We have evolved to feel safe in numbers.

That’s why the herd instinct is so important in financial markets. Markets are simply a reflection of fundamentals and psychology.

The fundamentals (the data…the evidence…the real stuff) must be in place for any money-making idea to get underway. But it’s the psychology part that transforms these fundamentals into something beyond the ordinary.

That is, investors’ imaginations can run away with the facts, dream up fantastic scenarios, and turn a bullish development into a mega boom.

I’m not saying that will happen with the gold market in the years ahead. But I’m saying it could. And I want you to be positioned for it.

Gold is moving into investors’ radars

I’m also not trying to suggest that the public is unaware of gold’s recent moves. Gold recently hit record highs in Aussie dollars, and a six-year high in US dollars. It’s clearly moving back onto investors’ radars.

But, as I explain in the report, there are segments of the gold sector that tell you this rally is nowhere near widespread in terms of investor acceptance or understanding.

That’s what makes this opportunity so compelling right now.

Gold, throughout history, has always had the ability to capture imaginations. It has the ability to turn the rational thinker into a blithering idiot. Gold fever is a thing.

From the research I’ve uncovered, I believe the investing public’s imagination could be ‘captured’ in the years ahead. In such a scenario, the potential for gold is extraordinary.

That is, there is strong potential for the gold price to separate from the ‘fundamentals’ and enter into bubble territory.

The thing is, if you want to bet on this potential scenario, you have to take a risk. You have to risk losing money, and risk looking stupid in front of friends and family.

But if you want to make big gains from any potential trend, you have to be at the front of the herd. That means being brave and, at least initially, a little uncomfortable.

It is an almost iron rule of financial markets that once everyone knows and agrees that an outcome is likely, it is in the price. Those coming late to the party generally miss out on the drinks.

The best gains are made by those who get a seat at the bar early. But it’s always a little creepy when you’re the only one there right? It feels much better when the place is jumping.

Gold bull market is a little tricky for Aussie investors

On that point, this gold bull market is a little tricky for Aussie investors. Some of the more well-known Aussie gold producers have had tremendous runs over the past few years.

For example, I recommended stocks like Northern Star Resources Ltd [ASX:NST] and Saracen Mineral Holdings Ltd [ASX:SAR] to my subscribers back in 2017. The average gain on those two since is over 150%.

While they could still have further to run, it’s not where the big gains lie. Too many people know about them.

To capture potentially bigger gains, you need to look at a different segment of the market.

Which is what I do in my special report. I give you a strategy for where to look next.

There are over 200 gold stocks listed on the ASX. Most of them are dogs. I know, because I’ve spent the past three months or so combing through the sector looking for opportunities.

I’ve found a handful. They’re virtually undiscovered by the broader market. But they hold great potential should ‘gold fever’ take hold in the months and years ahead.

I reveal more details about these stocks in my report. So if you’re interested in playing the next phase of this gold bull market, and not doing the same as everyone else, click here and have a squiz.

But just remember, these picks aren’t for the conservative investor. I know, because in my Crisis & Opportunity investment advisory, I tend to favour more conservative stock picks.

For example, at the moment there are seven large-cap stocks in the portfolio and only two small-caps.

But every now and then, when the odds are in your favour, it’s worth rolling the dice for the big gains. That’s what I’m doing here.

Feel free to check it out

Regards,

Greg Canavan,
Editor, The Rum Rebellion


Greg Canavan approaches the investment world with an ‘ignorance is bliss’ philosophy. In a world where all the information is just a click away at all times, Greg believes we ingest too much of it. As a result, we forget how to think for ourselves, and let other people’s thoughts cloud our own. Or worse, we only seek out the voices who are confirming our biases and narrowminded views of the truth. Either situation is not ideal. With regards to investing, this makes us follow the masses rather than our own gut instincts. At The Rum Rebellion, fake news and unethical political persuasion are not in the least bit tolerated. It denounces the heavy amount of government influence which the public accommodates. Greg will help The Rum Rebellion readers block out all the nonsense and encourage personal responsibility…both in the financial and political world.


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