Reports – 18 Year High Causes Gold Market Rally

Published: Fri Nov 18 2005 Reports – 18 Year High Causes Gold Market Rally
Benchmark gold futures hit 18 year high at market open – Investment funds led the buying.

POINT ROBERTS, WA, Delta, B.C. November 17, 2005 – (GMS) an investor and industry news portal for the gold-mining sector, reports that upon market opening on Thursday the price of gold hit $483.20 per ounce, near the highest point in almost 18 years as investment funds and speculators searched for alternatives to currencies, stocks and bonds. GMS offers investors information on gold stocks, mining stocks, precious metals stocks, mineral exploration/development and provides industry research. GMS also features a growing list of participating public and private companies.

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Article Excerpt: 18 Year Price High Causes Gold Market Rally
By Brian Eriksen Noer,
November 17, 2005

Precious mineral buying increased on Wednesday upon speculations that gold would hit $500 per ounce (last seen in 1987) due to investor concerns about the US economy and geopolitical instability. Dorothy Atkinson, Broker with Bolder Investment Partners, sees the $500 projection as highly likely. "The trend is your friend – the trend which has been in place for many years is not a particularly steep one, and I fully anticipate we will get to $500 per ounce in the near future."

"Portions of the world's population are starting to remember that currencies have risk and that gold is one of the world's best stores of value/proxy for money," said Michael Meyers, President of Running Fox Resources (TSXV: RUN) a company that features an advanced high grade gold project and a highly prospective Alberta natural gas project, both located in Canada. "The US is quietly favoring a lower valued dollar in order to pay back foreign debt with those same depreciated dollars. At the same time energy prices are very strong and appear to be going higher over the next 3 months, and there has traditionally been a strong correlation between gold and oil."

"The World Gold Council just came out with a report of positive demand statistics, and bullish data," said David Smith, Director of Investor Relations for Agnico-Eagle Mines Ltd. (NYSE: AEM). "Demand is rising - there is talk of some central banks adding gold to their reserves - and most market watchers in general will say that mine supply will be flat at best or even declining going forwards."

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