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Will Next Year Be The Year Of The Raging Bull? - Outlook 2017

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Will Next Year Be The Year Of The Raging Bull? - Outlook 2017

By Kitco News
Friday December 16, 2016 10:35

(Kitco News) - This time last year, gold prices and sentiment were at multi-year lows but there was some optimism from analysts that after a three-year bear market, 2016 could be a game changer for the precious metals.




That optimism proved to be correct, at least for the first half of the year.

Although gold is well off its highs seen earlier this year, the market is still up more than 10% since January and it remains one of the best performing assets of 2016.

For this year's Outlook coverage, we are asking if 2017 will be the year of the raging bull for gold and precious metals.

So far, there are a wide range of forecasts for 2017 with some analysts seeing prices falling to $1,100 an ounce or lower, while others are calling for $1,400 gold. Despite where they sit on the spectrum, there seems to be a common factor that analysts expect -- inflation as a result of President-elect Donald Trump's ambitious fiscal policies.

How could this affect gold prices in 2017? How will President Trump fare for the precious metals?

Once again, we will highlight all the important influences precious metals investors will need to be aware of in 2017.

We are also doing something a little different this time around as we've added a new feature called "The Most Fascinating People of 2016."

We will highlight the top mining CEO of the year and who YOU think was the "most interesting" person in the precious metals community.

As always, we will also have our popular "Invest Like The Experts" weekly series, asking experts how they'd invest $500,000 in 2017. We also added a few ‘fun' questions for our experts this year, stay tuned!

Remember, Kitco News'2017 Outlook coverage kicks off Dec. 16 and will be running until January 6. We hope you enjoy the content!

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Disclaimer: The views expressed in this article are those of the author and may not reflect those of Kitco Metals Inc. The author has made every effort to ensure accuracy of information provided; however, neither Kitco Metals Inc. nor the author can guarantee such accuracy. This article is strictly for informational purposes only. It is not a solicitation to make any exchange in precious metal products, commodities, securities or other financial instruments. Kitco Metals Inc. and the author of this article do not accept culpability for losses and/ or damages arising from the use of this publication.

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At this point, i dont see the bull "raging" until 2018. Struggling below 1400 in 2017 I'm guessing
 

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A new political landscape in the US, how could it not be full of "raging bull"?! :D

Do they make bullshit proof over coats? I see a market developing in them as 'the media' come to grips with the Trumpster. :D
 

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raging hell............would just like to see it put up a fight for once

rather than continuously being knocked to the canvas, then laying there whimpering like a hurt puppy,

bull my ass
 

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If Bitcoin is any indication...and it is imo, then PMs will soon shrug off the bankster beat down that has been going on for the past 5 years.
 

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I foresee that the current fragmentation of our central planners will continue and disintegrate further, and the western world will become increasingly aware of what has happened. . This also considers that the whole world is waiting for Trump to actually get into office. Once there Trump will be able to prove if he is a peoples man or not. He is a either be a servant to the people whom he promised thus, or he will be an advocate for the status quo. If he goes to far JFK style, he will not be in the Whitehouse for much longer. Not in the physical sense anyway. The world is waking up to the banker-govt relationships. People have never trusted big Inc or the bankers, and now India and Venezuela are quickly realizing govt cannot be trusted on a massive scale too. First Brexit, then Trump, Marine Le Pen and now Pauline Hanson. These people proclaim to represent the silient majority whom have given everything in exchange for nothing in return, only more oppression. We are at a very critical time where I feel a right wing agenda and rebellion thus, is about to be the theme of the day because this is all that is left.

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