Hold On to Your Stocks! One Thing to Know About Your Investments

A widely traded stock, commodity, property, or good is priced based on its present-day prospects, near-future prospects, far-future prospects, past production, or any number of infinite indicators convincing experts of ‘value’. If gold was guaranteed to price at $3,000, it’s already there, it’s that simple. For every expert convinced that one particular indicator, say past performance, concludes a rise in gold’s price, you’ll find another expert convinced that an alternate indicator, say moving average, ensures a drop in price.