... The crash will come. Maybe not next month, and - if recent economic figures from the US government are to be believed - maybe not this year. But come it will.
As that becomes increasingly apparent, the resulting stampede into gold and gold stocks should exceed even Doug's "trying to pass the contents of the Hoover Dam through a garden hose" expectations.
Everything I see in the global economy today points that direction. Nothing I see convinces me that the governments of the world can succeed at borrowing and spending their way into prosperity - at most, they can delay judgment day a little longer. At most.
So yes, I'm that sure of what's ahead. Only the timing is uncertain. People may call it Casey's Folly now, but I don't think we'll have to wait 30 years - or even three years - for our own "Klondike Moment," when we'll be cashing in on some extraordinary profits on our own investment prospects.
I'll leave it to bigger fools or knaves to declare when the next gold rush will commence. What I can say is that I don't want to be short when it happens.