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By: Chris Waltzek, GoldSeek.com Radio

 -- Published: Friday, 3 June 2016 | Print  | Disqus 

Highlights

  • Bill Murphy from GATA.org returns to the show with his latest insights on the PMs sector.
  • Gold is off to the best start in a decade, while more than 10 major mining companies have doubled in value.
  • In the first quarter, about 1,100 fund managers including billionaire George Soros bought more than 78 million shares of Barrick Gold Corp (ABX).
  • Hedge fund legend, Stanley Druckenmiller continues to add gold to the portfolio following record QE by monetary policymakers in Japan, EU, and the US.
  • Druckenmiller bought 1.8 million shares in Barrick (ABX), which has gained over 100% this year.
  • Several of his colleagues concur, noting that gold does not carry negative interest rates.
  • The move by Soros and others to own Barrick, suggests that major players who sold at the top are finally returning to the market.
  • Since the big players cannot purchase smaller companies without putting the price up on themselves, smaller cap miners could benefit from the theme.
  • Bill Murphy notes that when silver closes solidly above $18.50, a return trip to $50 is inevitable.

Bill Murphy from GATA.org returns to the show with his latest insights on the PMs sector. He notes that market dynamics have changed. For instance, gold prices are off to their best start in a decade, while the value of more than 10 major mining companies have doubled. In the first quarter, about 1,100 fund managers including billionaire George Soros bought more than 78 million shares of Barrick Gold Corp., the world’s biggest producer. Hedge fund legend, Stanley Druckenmiller continues to add gold to the portfolio following record QE by monetary policymakers in Japan, EU, and the US. Druckenmiller bought 1.8 million shares of Barrick (ABX), up over 100% this year. Several of his colleagues concur that gold does not carry a negative interest rate such as negative yielding bonds that actually punish savers. The move by Soros and others to own Barrick, which has the added benefit of a dividend, suggests that major players who sold at the top are finally returning to the market. Since the big players cannot purchase smaller companies without putting the price up on themselves, smaller cap miners could benefit from the positive trend as the retail investor segment recognizes the new theme. For the first time in years, the bulk of overall money flows into ETFs is concentrated on the gold sector, through the bullion backed ETF shares, such as the streetcars(GLD). Bill Murphy notes that when silver closes solidly above $18.50, a return trip to $50 is inevitable.


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