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Kelsey Williams

Analyst, Author, and Owner of Kelsey's Gold Facts

Kelsey Williams has more than forty years experience in the financial services industry, including fourteen years as a full-service financial planner. His website, Kelsey's Gold Facts, contains self-authored articles written for the purpose of educating and informing others about gold within a historical context. In addition to gold, he writes about inflation and the Federal Reserve.

Kelsey is the author of two books: INFLATION, WHAT IT IS, WHAT IT ISN'T, AND WHO'S RESPONSIBLE FOR IT and ALL HAIL THE FED! 

Kelsey Williams is available for private consultations, public speaking, and interviews at [email protected]

Kelsey Williams Articles

In real (inflation-adjusted) dollars, both gold and silver prices peaked in 1980. We’ll look at charts for the two metals and discuss their applicability to current price expectations. Silver first…
As the dollar continues to lose purchasing power over time, the price of gold continues to rise reflecting...
Viewing gold in its proper context seems to be difficult for most gold bugs. The excitement associated with anticipation of gold at $3000, $10,000, or higher tends to overide real fundamentals and common sense.
The “biggest collapse in the money supply since the Great Depression” continues unabated at this point. The decline in the money supply is nearly three years old and dates back to April 2021.
We are currently in the midst of the latest round of projections for new highs in the gold price. Those projections are more the result of anxious anticipation and elevated emotions rather than real fundamentals.
Expectations for gold to move higher in price are often tied to worsening inflation and a possible collapse in the U.S. dollar. That sounds logical and there is historical precedent to support such expectations; but, some clarification is...
What we know about gold is simple and straight forward. Gold is real money and a long-term store of value. Gold’s value is in its use as money. Its price has nothing do with its value. In fact, the price of gold has nothing to do with gold...
In the world of “all things gold”, every event is viewed within the context of how it will affect gold prices – on the upside. Earlier this year, it was bank failures. Before that and since then, the focus was/is on the Fed with regards to...
Investors and others often use the term geopolitical to describe investment risk arising from various conflicts between individual countries and, also, among nations in general on a worldwide basis.
Gold continued its downward path this past week and all but confirmed that lower prices are ahead. Below is a chart of price action dating back to the peak in 2020…

Gold is still being mined and refined at the rate of almost 2,600 tonnes per year.

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