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Buying Gold 'is always a good idea' in tough times

The editor of a major gold newsletter has claimed today (June 22nd) that now is the perfect time for investors to Buy Gold.

Writing on, Jeff Clark explains that the recent drop in Gold Prices been replicated every June during the present bull run, which stretches back eight years.

He also notes the similarities between now and the previous bull era in the 1970s, when the price of the yellow metal often had a tendency to fall during the summer months.

Mr. Clark, who is also editor of the Explorers' League at Casey Research, advocated the importance of bullion, in particular, while suggesting that "I bet you don't own enough gold".

"Continue to accumulate physical gold until you can honestly say you don't care how many dollars Ben Bernanke prints," he wrote on the website.

"Having physical gold in your possession is always a good idea in times of economic turmoil - there is no 'uncertainty hedge' like it."

An equally emphatic verdict was delivered last week by Eric Roseman, investment director at the Sovereign Society, who explained that a sizeable rise for gold in the next two years "makes perfect sense".

"Right now, gold is poised to fly past $1,000 per ounce. Over the next 12 to 24 months, I wouldn't be surprised to see [it] surge by 50 percent or more," he wrote in an open letter appearing on

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