Gold 2009: Outlook for Investing
GOLD in 2009 – What might the outlook bring for people investing in gold today?
Will the "money flood" due from governments worldwide in 2009 force yet more cash into new gold investing? Should retail investors keeping paying over-the-odds to buy gold coins, just as did for the last six months and more on the outlook for inflation, financial crisis and higher gold prices?
What of India's rural farmers and urban families in 2009 – the world's greatest source of gold investing demand? Will they continue to buy gold jewelry, converting their paper Rupees into hard-wearing bullion even as gold prices rise?
And on the other side of the trade, can gold mining supply in 2009 reverse the last five years of declining output? Might the outlook change so that careful stock selection finally pays off for gold miner investing?
Gold in 2009 aims to help you judge the risks and potential rewards of investing in gold today. This outlook is provided, free, by the world's No.1 private gold ownership service, BullionVault.
Why? Because we're certain that – whatever the outlook – the No.1 problem facing would-be gold investors in 2009 will be a lack of serious, in-depth information. Unlike the stock market or real estate, for instance, gold investing will be rarely featured by the mainstream media in 2009. When it does make an appearance, expect hype and a lack of understanding to cloud the outlook.
Gold in 2009 doesn't pretend to see the future, but it might just help you make a considered decision about investing in gold or not for yourself. And once you've made that choice, you may like to try out investing at BullionVault for yourself, starting with a free gram of gold.