#1 Gold gets to $10,000, but only after it hits $800! - Henrik Zeberg

Matthew Gordon,
Ptolemy Capital

37:36
5 Months ago

Zeberg has taken lots of flak from bullish gold investors recently for his suggestion that in this deflationary market, gold is on the verge of a negative price reset. We dig into Zeberg's understanding of the gold space, and the evidence behind his assertions. Gold bugs, Gold company CEOs and Gold commentators are in violent disagreement as it goes against the gold bull narrative and trend. However, many investors may not be realising that Zeberg actually AGREES with the most optimistic of gold bulls in the long-term. He sees US$5,000-$10,000/oz gold as eminently feasible; he just thinks there needs to be a reset down to c. US$800 first. Why? We investigate.

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