Did you guys hear about the Great Gold Debate of late 2014? Despite the sideways price action this year - there's been no shortage of events which could have...

Jordan Eliseo

The Perth Mint

Did you guys hear about the Great Gold Debate of late 2014? Despite the sideways price action this year - there's been no shortage of events which could have / should have / and did affect the yellow metal. Ukraine, MH17, plunging oil prices, the end of Federal Reserve QE, a strong USD rally and generally strong equity markets With that in mind - five of the most well known gold commentators were brought together to debate the merits of the yellow metal in 2015 and beyond The protagonists all see gold pretty differently. I introduce CONSENSUS - shocking track record as an investor - but most people follow this guy CONDESCENDING - generally dislikes gold, and shows no sign of changing. Refuses to invest CONSPIRACY - has been predicting the end of FIAT currency since 1971. Fully invested CONFUSED - Can't work out whats going in gold, or other markets for that matter. CONTRARIAN - Still thinks gold should form part of every investors portfolio What follows is an entirely fictitious account of a debate that never happened, but probably should have Merry Xmas to all (VIEW LINK)


Gold bull since early 2000. Have spent +20yrs working in investment analytics, research & portfolio construction. Author of two books on investing in gold and the causes of the GFC. Lover of markets, competition & technology

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