In exactly one week, the 2015 edition of the “In Gold We Trust” report will be released. It is the 9th edition (read In Gold We Trust 2013 and In Gold We Trust 2014). With a global reach of some 1 million readers, it is probably the most read gold report worldwide.
In Gold We Trust 2015 is written by Ronald Stoeferle. He is the managing partner of a global fund at Incrementum AG in Liechtenstein, focused on the principles of the Austrian school of Economics.
Although the gold report will be published in one week, GoldSilverWorlds had the privilige to “take a look into the kitchen” of precious metals expert Stoeferle. This article highlights 10 interesting charts from the upcoming report.
The gold price stabilized in 2014, after it collapsed in Q2 2013. Since then, investors have lost their interest in the yellow metal. Hence, market sentiment vis-à-vis gold is standing at multi-year lows, even multi-decade lows.
History learns that extreme underperformance in gold usually lasts for one year. If history is any guide, the gold price should recover in the foreseeable future, as evidenced by the first chart.