Johnson Matthey Gold Bars

March 4, 2009 – Johnson Matthey gold bars have been one of the most popular bullion bars in the market, and in the last two weeks they have increased to more than $1000 per ounce and are currently down to around $900 per ounce based on speculation that governments will push harder to revive their economies. Many investors are still profiting from the rally that has occurred recently, which is why Johnson Matthey gold bars and other bullion products could stay at the $900 per ounce benchmark until further safe haven buying commences. Fortunately, the United States Dollar and equities are predicted to fall once again as a result of weaker than expected financial data that continues to strike fear into the minds of investors. The current state of the global economy is without a doubt severely injured, which is why wealth preservation and risk aversion demand may spike the values of Johnson Matthey gold bars in the near future.

Today investors are noticing some adverse fluctuation in the prices of precious metals, as the gold spot price falls to $905.40 per ounce while silver increases $.80 to around $12.91 per ounce. There is a lot of speculation saying that spot prices are bound to increase substantially this year, and a recent forecast by Citigroup is saying that gold could reach $2000 per ounce by this summer. It would probably be a good idea to hope for the best and prepare for the worst by diversifying our assets appropriately to combat any economic situation.

Arthur McGuire

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