January 08, 2013 at 09:00 AM EST
Ending QE Could End Gold’s Bull Run
Gold investors were dealt a muck hand last week as the Fed announced that they are eyeing an end to quantitative easing (QE) programs sometime in 2013. The precious metal has had an impressive run of 13 straight years of gains, but that may change this year. If the Fed were to abandon its QE policy and the massive money printing and dilution that goes along with that, gold prices could tank. The suggestion to end this program also points to a confidence in the economy from the Fed, another bad sign for gold as many have been using the commodity as a hedge against rocky markets [for more gold news and analysis subscribe to our free newsletter ]. See the full story here → Related Posts: A Brief, 2000 Year History Of Gold Prices Gold’s 12 Year Run May Finally Be Over Jim Rogers: There’s Too Much Speculation In Gold China Market Welcomes Gold ETFs The Dangerous Sign Jim Rogers Sees For Gold
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