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  • 1. Price/Troy Ounce (USD)1,550.01,500.01,450.01,400.01,350.0 Price/Troy Ounce (USD)1,300.01,250.0 Source: www.goldprice.org
  • 2.  Gold Global Demand (1st quarter of 2011) = 981.3 tons, up by 11% year-on-year from 881 tons in 1st quarter of 2010 Global Turmoil – Gold prices on all time high & Gold demand for ETF’s doubled 41% of demand from India & China Investment demand remains strong
  • 3.  Supply declined by 4% to 872.2 tons from 912.1 tons in the 1st quarter of 2010 Decline was due to recycled gold, which was down 6% on year- earlier levels to 347.5 tonnes from 369.3 tonnes in the first quarter of 2010 Supply has averaged approx 2,497 tons per year over the last several years
  • 4.  Collapse of the U.S dollar Gold returning to historic role as money No other world currencies offer refuge Massive deficits resulting in hyper-inflation Invest Demand for gold rapidly rising Gold is in an established powerful bull market Relatively smaller size of the gold market Large short positions (Speculation)
  • 5.  Culture of several countries Hedge against inflationary wealth loss Investment Diversification Prosperity Central Bank Reserves High Inflation U.S Dollar Low Interest Rates
  • 6.  Lack of exploration of gold Change in Technology Increase in the stretch of demand of gold Miners are holding reserves of gold to clear their hedge books Downfall in world economy & excessive inflation