The Bullish Case for Gold
The presentation will focus on the bullish case for gold, with special emphasis on the US dollar, rising global debt levels and its impact on monetary policy, central bank gold purchases, and other bullish factors. The presentation will also touch upon some potentially bearish factors, including quantitative tightening, an absence of inflation, and rising equity markets. The presentation will conclude with some price scenarios for 2018-19.
- A review of the bullish factors for gold
- A review of bearish factors
- A forecast of gold based upon the balance of bearish and bullish factors.
- Question and Answer session
About Martin Murenbeeld
Dr. Murenbeeld graduated from the University of California, Berkeley, in 1972 with a PhD in international finance. He then joined the Faculty of Management Studies at the University of Toronto to develop the international business curriculum in the MBA program. He left the Faculty in 1978 to start M. Murenbeeld & Associates Inc. The company moved from Toronto to Victoria in 1989, where it continued to consult international clients on developments in the gold, foreign exchange and credit markets, and international economic trends.
Dr. Murenbeeld provides analysis and advice on economic and financial developments, with special emphasis on North American interest rate and currency market trends – and on trends in the gold market. Reports include the Economic Monitor, which forecasts general economic trends occurring in North America and abroad, the Market Monitor, which covers developments in equity and capital markets in North America, the Gold Monitor, which forecasts gold market trends, the Financial Monitor, which forecasts economic, interest rate and foreign exchange market trends, and the Bond and Stock Monitor, which assists with decisions related to asset allocation.
Frequently quoted in the financial press and a regular speaker at international precious metals and foreign exchange market conferences, Dr. Murenbeeld has over 30 years of independent consulting experience in the gold, currency and credit markets and is currently also an adjunct professor (international finance) in the Faculty of Business at the University of Victoria.