Louis James, Casey Research managing editor of the International Speculator, is fluent in English, Spanish and French. He has a background in physics, economics and technical writing, and travels the world, evaluating highly prospective geological targets and visiting explorers and producers at the far corners of the globe, getting to know their management teams.
At the end of the day explosions like these end up having geopolitical implications. While it may not be tomorrow or next month, I believe that if Greece leaves the EU they will be tempted by Putin who must be standing by and laughing at all this.
If China were to partially back its yuan with gold it would require a gold price of $64,000 per ounce, 50 times gold bullion’s price today, according to a recent article from respected Bloomberg Intelligence. It seems like an outlandish forecast.