Gonzalo evidently had some sort of accident and hadn’t been posting articles for awhile. He’s back in the saddle. I wish him well.
Monday, January 21, 2013
Why isn’t gold higher? Two of the three reserve currencies of the world—the dollar and the yen—are on a relentless race to the bottom, and only recently have the Europeans figured out that they’d better start kicking the euro down, before they price themselves out of the global markets.
With this general fiat currency devaluation, you would think that gold would be much-much higher than it is now.
But gold isn’t higher—it’s drifting. Consider this chart of gold, over the last decade: