Gold $2,000 An Ounce By Next Year, Mining CEO Says; Looming Crises, Geopolitical Fireworks On Horizon For 2015
Investment Banker/ Gold guru warns of "financial and geopolitical fireworks', 'many crises looming on the horizon for 2015'
By Martin Hill
LibertyFight.com
December 28, 2014


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Marketwatch reported Friday that gold surged to '$22.10, or 1.88%, to $1,196.30 an ounce on the New York Mercantile Exchange Friday,' and that 'Silver for March delivery SIH5, +2.39% gained 43 cents, or 2.7%, to $16.14 an ounce.'

However, several precious metals experts predict an increase in the price of gold in the coming year- with one prominent mining CEO predicting an almost double increase, to $2,000 an ounce by the end of 2015. Another chief economist at a prominent investment bank has predicted a rising gold price, 'financial and geopolitical fireworks' and 'many crises looming on the horizon for 2015.'

On December 23, Kitco News reported Mining CEOs Agree, We Could See A 2015 Gold Supply Crunch:

"Rob McEwen, chairman and chief owner of McEwen Mining Inc. (TSX:MUX)(NYSE:MUX) told Kitco News that he expects gold to reach US$2,000 an ounce by the end of 2015, with that figure linked to less supply on the horizon. "We've seen a lot of the gold that went into the ETFs and this hoarding that occurred from 2005 to 2011, a lot of it has come out," McEwen said. "ETF gold was a multiple or two of annual production at certain points during that period, and that gold has come out of the ETFs and gone to Asia. "So, the next time gold runs, there's not as much gold available," he said. "The supply of gold has been curtailed both through cutbacks and development projects - so there's going to be a gap in production that could be three to five years long before it's properly addressed."

Miningmx recently reported that "Gold "guru" Martin Murenbeeld - chief economist at Dundee Capital Markets - has issued his forecasts for 2015 indicating a rising gold price." Murenbeeld added that "2015 will see more financial and geopolitical fireworks" and that "indeed it is very possible that the average gold price for 2015 will be higher than forecast (as happened in 2014) precisely because of the many crises looming on the horizon for 2015." [miningmx.com: Gold bugs be of good cheer, 12/22/14.]

Their website is here: dundeecapitalmarkets.com.


McEwen Mining's website mcewenmining.com states:
Our goal is to be a profitable, mid-tier gold & silver producer in S&P 500. McEwen Mining's principal assets consist of the following:
  • Production: A 49% interest in Minera Santa Cruz SA, owner of the San Jose silver-gold mine that is located near Goldcorp's Cerro Negro project in Argentina; and Phase I of the El Gallo complex in Sinaloa, Mexico.
  • Development: Phase II of the El Gallo complex in Sinaloa, Mexico; The Gold Bar project in Nevada; as well as the Los Azules copper deposit in San Juan, Argentina.
  • Exploration: The Company has a large portfolio of exploration properties in Santa Cruz province Argentina, surrounding the San Jose mine and Goldcorp's Cerro Negro project in addition to significant land packages in Nevada adjoining Barrick's Cortez mine and surrounding our El Gallo complex in Mexico.
  • Their twitter page is here and they recently tweeted audio of a Scotiabank Mining conference:

    Interested to know what's in store for gold in 2015? Listen to the webcast from the Scotiabank Mining Conference http://t.co/bXy3yh2IwI

    — McEwen Mining (@McEwenMining) December 4, 2014


    In a January 2014 video interview, Rob McEwen told Kitco News Constantly Changing Mining Laws "A Nasty Habit" - McEwen (1/28/14): "McEwen expects great results from the expanding El Gallo 1 mine and says the company is now interested in expanding "through the Americas." With regards to government regulation in the mining industry, McEwen says governments have a 'nasty habit' and are 'penalizing the industry.' "I do think it is a trend though. Governments look to form capital and they abuse it," he adds.

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