In your interest.
Online Personal Finance Magazine
No beating about the bush.
Central banks - the long-time nemesis of the gold sector - are doing an about-face to become its biggest supporters. And this quantum shift promises to gather momentum in 2010 with the prospect of a new era of net buying continuing to fuel robust demand for bullion. According to John Embry long-time gold advocate and the chief investment strategist at Toronto-based Sprott Asset Management, central banks will most certainly underpin the price of gold next year.