If you love gold then you absolutely have to love silver – Brien Lundin

Loose monetary policy in perpetuity, because of growing global debt, will support gold and silver prices, according to Brien Lundin, creator of the Gold Newsletter and CEO of the New Orleans Investment Conference. He added that the precious metals have embarked on long-term bull markets, according to Brien Lundin, creator of the Gold Newsletter and CEO of the New Orleans Investment Conference. However, as bullish as Lundin is on gold, he said that silver is a natural leverage.
 “I think everyone needs to own physical gold; it’s insurance for your wealth. I also think people need to own silver,” he told Kitco News on the sidelines of the Metals Investment Forum. “I tell people if you like gold -- and you should -- then you should absolutely love silver.” (show less)

Loose monetary policy in perpetuity, because of growing global debt, will support gold and silver prices, according to Brien Lundin, creator of the Gold Newsletter and CEO of the New Orleans Investment Conference. He added that the precious metals have embarked on long-term bull markets, according to Brien Lundin, creator of the Gold Newsletter and CEO of the New Orleans Investment Conference. However, as bullish as Lundin is on gold, he said that silver is a ... (read more)

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