Palisades Gold Radio: Gold’s Cycle Highs are Dead Ahead (w/ Chris Rutherglen)


Palisades Gold Radio
Jan 4, 2022

Tom welcomes a new guest Chris Rutherglen. Chris has a Ph.D. and is a Semiconductor Engineer and has an interesting approach to cycle analysis of the gold price. In 2003 he became interested right out of university in metals. This was around the 2003 cycle low for gold. This led him to value investing. After graduate school, he obtained his CFA Levels.

Chris explains his interesting charting approach to projecting the future price for gold by contrasting it against money supply and annual mine supply. These levels give you a reference benchmark and seem useful for judging resistance levels and timing the market cycle. Understanding the growth in the money supply is key.

He shows several charts of gold’s historic price along with the percentage gains. There are two key cycles of 7.5 years and 15 years to watch. Chris notes that the biggest performance gains are likely to occur on the way to $3000+ gold. He expects a strong move upwards during 2022 and 2023 then a significant pullback which will become another great buying opportunity.

Chris details his thoughts on the dollar and where it could go during its three and fifteen-year cycles. There doesn’t appear to be much strength left in the dollar and we should be in for a further decline soon. The mid-point of this decade is a likely target for gold reaching its high.

Lastly, he details his thoughts on Comex gold futures including deliveries and premiums.


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