Gold: $ 1293.40 Silver: 4 15.61 Palladium: $ 1336.00
Dateline: Del Mar, CA: Wednesday, January 16, 2019:
According to Forbes online magazine:
“Among the most bullish on the precious metal (gold) is Goldman-Sachs.
In a report posted last week, Goldman-Sachs maintained its overweight recommendation (to buy and hold physical gold) and raised its 12-month price forecast up from $ 1350 per oz to $ 1425 per oz for 2019.
This is a level not seen since 2013.”
First National Bullion sees several factors that can positively improve the prices for gold (and silver) in fiscal 2019. Among these are:
- A deteriorating economic forecast
- Debt and expanded obligation ratios that increase quarterly for both American consumers and national debt expansion
- Chinese, Russian and other foreign governments’ voracious and seemingly insatiable appetites to purchase and stockpile physical gold bullion
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First Nation Bullion, a nationwide thought and industry precious metals leader agrees with Goldman Sachs that Gold prices for 2019 can reach, or exceed levels not seen since August of 2013.
Founder and Owner,
First National Bullion