June 10, 2009 - The latest United States Government stimulus and bank bailout packages combined with the Federal Reserve’s outlook of high inflation down the road is causing many top market analysts to update their gold investment projections to better suit the problems that may lie ahead in our economy. Several market analysts believe that the excessive overprinting of fiat currency is significantly hurting the United States Dollar, thus fanning inflation, which in the long-term could mean significantly higher gold spot prices because the metal typically trades inversely to dollar losses. Gold investment projections are looking increasingly bullish, and in the last month alone I have seen forecasts that have blown my mind, with some speculative ones saying that we could see $5000 per ounce down the road while other more realistic ones saying that we could see $1500 per ounce before the end of the year. If you are currently invested, or are deciding to invest in gold, it is always highly recommended that you keep a close eye on both short-term and long-term gold investment projections in order to get a better understanding of market movement that could occur in the future. Doing this could help you maximize your investment potential with safe haven metals.
By around 2:20 PM Eastern Standard Time, gold investment demand is falling a bit as the United States Dollar makes a short-term comeback, pushing the spot price of the metal down to $952.60 per ounce, a decrease of two dollars for the day and an increase of $60 in the last year.
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