Does The ‘Shadow Price’ Of Gold Prove How Undervalued It Is?

Simon Edmunds
Moving Averages
16:14, 3rd September 2018

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In a new episode of Moving Averages, we take a look at the price of gold.

The conversation, between Matt Fletcher & Scott Evans, takes a look at the "shadow price" of gold and what it can tell us about the true value of gold.

The subject of the podcast is based on an article written by Matt Fletcher titled "The Shadow Price of Gold: The linkage between the US monetary base and the implied price of gold" - read it here on Vox Markets.

Fletcher is a veteran investor who has spent time as a fund manager at Legal & General and an Investment Analyst at Merrill Lynch and Pioneer.

Scott Evans is the co-author of the Numis Smaller Companies Index and has held positions such as First VP of Research at Merrill Lynch & Head of Equity Research at Espirito Santo.

This podcast is the next episode in a new series from Vox Markets called Moving Averages, which features expert market analysis, interviews with top traders & commentators, and more.

We will be releasing new episodes of the podcast every week, so please subscribe to our channel below on iTunes to get notified when new episodes are released.

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