- Gold is undervalued according to a record number of fund managers
- Last time gold was considered undervalued, the price surged
- BAML surveyed 175 money managers with $543 billion in assets under management
- 34% of investors believe protectionism is the biggest threat to markets
- Gold viewed as the best protectionist investment by a third of investors
For the third time in a decade fund managers surveyed by Bank of America Merrill Lynch (BAML) believe that gold is undervalued. After the last two occasions the price of gold shot up.
The Bank of America Merrill Lynch Fund Managers survey spoke to 175 money managers with $543 billion in assets under management. It provides key indicators each month of those who run and manage the world’s investments. The news that they are buying gold and believe it is undervalued, is worth paying attention to.
As we often mention the status quo amongst money managers is for them to be bearish about gold, regardless of the price and state of the global economy. But this month, a majority of those surveyed (by a net margin of 15%) believe that gold is a buy, something that hasn’t been seen since January 2009 and January 2015.
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