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Gold Bug Profile: Ronald-Peter Stoeferle

JP Buntinx
June 27, 2020

Looking at the growing list of gold bulls over the years, it is evident that precious metals will go places in one way or another. Ronald-Peter Stoeferle has always maintained high expectations of gold bullion, and a push to $8,900 is in the cards.

A Closer Look at Ronald-Peter Stoeferle

Not that many people start their financial career in their teens. Stoeferle is a very different creature in this regard, which is also part of what made him so successful. At the age of 14, he already bought a share, primarily because of his fascination for the financial markets.

Having the benefit of being able to invest during the dotcom boom has allowed Ronald-Peter to learn valuable lessons at a very early age. Ever since this first investment, he has remained passionate about all markets. While the focus may have shifted over the years, it allowed him to become a gold bug

Despite having initial job experience at the trading desk of a bank, Stoeferle quickly turned his attention to gold. This shift was facilitated by Erste Group, where he joined the Research department. In 2007, he published his first “In Gold We Trust” report, which is still very relevant today. 

The Year In Gold We Trust Report

Speaking of writing this report, it has become a yearly tradition for Ronald-Peter. Every single year, he keeps writing the report, although he has received the help of Mark Valek since 2013. 

Contrary to most reports pertaining to financial markets, In Gold We Trust is a holistic assessment of the gold sector. Moreover, it paints a picture as to which [external] factors will influence this market now, and in the months to come.

Everything in finance is connected to one another. Interest rates, debts, central bank actions, and gold are all trying to balance one another out. As has been apparent during the COVID-19 pandemic, the interest rates and central bank actions have forced more people to gold and silver. Demand for safe haven assets remains very high, and may continue to increase moving forward. 

Ronald-Peter Stoeferle on Gold

The most recent YouTube video using a gold price prediction by Ronald-Peter will undoubtedly get a lot of attention. In the video, it is mentioned how Ronald-Peter thinks a gold price of $8,900 per ounce is not impossible. It may – and probably will – take some time to reach this lofty goal, but it remains within the realm of possibilities. 

On the “In Gold We Trust” channel, there are a fair few videos involving Ronald-Peter Stoferle. These videos talk about various topics, including the gold market, how the US Dollar will evolve, and what central banks will need to do in the future. 

Providing video content pertaining to financial markets is a great way to reach a bigger audience. Not only will it convey a message better, but it can also be an excellent educational tool. 

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