If history is any guide, we’re on the cusp of an explosive move higher in gold…

The chart below comes from our friends at Casey Research. It compares the new bull market in gold (up 25% since the start of the year) to the last three gold bull markets. The chart puts the starting point for all four bull markets in terms of the gold price in December 2015—about $1,050 per ounce.


Pay particular attention to the blue and gold lines. They mark the two “halves” of an “interrupted” gold bull market in the 1970s.

Gold advanced almost 450% from 1970 to 1974. It then retreated by about 50% in 1975—ending the bull run. But the bull came back in 1976 through 1980… launching it more than 700% to new all-time highs.

Now, after a five-year hiatus, a bull market in gold has returned. The Palm Beach Letter’s Teeka Tiwari predicts gold will hit at least $3,600 per ounce (from today’s $1,322) before this current bull run is over.

He details the two relentless forces driving gold higher—and how to use them for triple-digit investment gains—right here.

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