Several months ago... Dr. Jensen and three PhDs (from the University of Richmond, CFA Institute and Texas Tech) embarked on the most exciting gold research in modern history.
They weren't concerned with bullion bars, coins or Perth Mint certificates… Instead, they focused on the most profitable gold investment in the world - mining stocks. And the insider-knowledge they picked up laid the foundation for years of profitable research.
One of their key findings deserves your full attention.
In their words...
Going back 33 years, mining stocks have been proven to pay out substantially higher returns “even if gold prices remain flat.”
Sounds strange doesn't it? But the truth is...
Mining companies can soar in value - even when the price of bullion crumbles.
And what about when gold prices rise? Well… these mining stocks have been proven to double… triple… and more often than you may think, quadruple investor returns.
Think about it. That means...
When gold moves up 5%, mining stocks gain 15-50%.
When gold moves up 10%, mining stocks gain 30-100%.
When gold moves up 20%, mining stocks gain 60-200%.
Watch out, the greenback is going into the toaster oven…here’s what Nouriel Roubini had to say in The New York Times: “We may now be entering the Asian century, dominated by a rising China and its currency. This decline of the dollar might take more than a decade, but it could happen even sooner if we do not get our financial house in order. The United States must rein in spending and borrowing, and pursue growth that is not based on asset and credit bubbles. For the last two decades America has been spending more than its income, increasing its foreign liabilities and amassing debts that have become unsustainable.” Yes, it could take more than a decade. But investors could take a big loss any day. All it would take would be a sudden move by China…or a shocking inflation figure in the United States…or a Treasury bond auction that doesn’t go as planned. Everyone is watching the United States…carefully. And foreigners hold trillions’ worth of dollar-based assets outside the United States. These are dollars that people hold, not to pay their bills or buy gasoline, but as a speculation. They’re speculating the greenback will hold its value as well or better than the other things they might do with their money.