Saturday, November 28, 2009

Gold Has A Broken Supply/Demand Curve

Dear IDE Reader

According to basic economic principals, when the price of gold increases (as it has for eight straight years) supply should also increase. After all, that's when producers make the most money.

But this scenario isn't playing out. Despite an ever-increasing demand for gold, production has fallen every year this decade.

When the supply of gold is choked off like this, prices can only go one way. That's straight up.

With demand rising and supplies falling, conditions are ideal right now for serious gains to be made. But you must act fast. There is no guarantee that prices in this niche market will stay this low for much longer.

Click here to read a special report and learn how you could leverage the demand for gold into windfall gains.

Best Wishes,

Christian Hill
Managing Editor
Investor's Daily Edge

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