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

Kelsey Williams Articles

Financial writers and gold bulls have both taken their turn at referring to a potential recession as having a positive impact on gold prices. The commentary varies somewhat, but here are a few examples…
According to the charts we have viewed in this article... Gold appears to have broken below short and mid-term support. Possible slowing of gold price descent could come somewhere between $1500-1600 oz. Longer-term support for gold could...
Before we talk about asset price deflation, let’s review what happened before 2022. Most financial assets benefited enormously from the Fed’s hugely gratuitous efforts to support, sustain and reinflate prices after the 2020  collapse and...
Gold stocks latest swoon confirms what has been stated and inferred in my previous articles about gold mining shares – namely, gold stocks are a lousy investment.
Recent headlines have many people despairing over inflation. A couple of recent examples such as “Inflation Is The Worst It’s Been In Forty Years” and “Consumer Prices Are Rising Rapidly” were followed by “High Inflation Is Here To Stay”.
The steady increase in interest rates coupled with references to inflation has some people scratching their heads. Not surprising. The two don’t necessarily go together. For now, let’s see if we can add some perspective to interest rates.
An analysis of any profit potential in gold requires an understanding of gold and its fundamentals. The problem is that most folks do not understand gold or its fundamentals. 
Is this the all-asset crash that some have expected? Looks like it could be. Before discussing that, though, let’s look at four charts (source) in sequence: GLD (gold), S&P 500, TLT (long-term US Treasuries), and Bitcoin…
Almost everyone else continues to focus on the next upside leg for gold. In this article I will show some charts that allow for possible downside targets within the prevailing half-century uptrend.
Analysts at Goldman Sachs are now predicting that recession “will push gold to $2,500”. That is an increase of 32% from current levels.

Nevada accounts for 75% of U.S. gold production.

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