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Gold Demand (Part 1/3) 1

An increase in demand for any commodity, including gold, has the effect of raising the price of that commodity all things being equal.
On an economic chart, the demand curve slopes downwards from left to right and the supply curve slopes upwards from left to right.
The Y-axis represents price, and the X-axis represents the quantity.
Without an increase in demand – represented by a rightward shift of a demand curve – the only way to increase the quantity of gold demanded is by decreasing its price.
Gold suppliers will be unwilling to supply more gold as the price decreases, since this negatively impacts their overall profitability.
A rightwards shift in a demand curve for gold can be brought upon by many different factors, including social, geopolitical, and economic.

Gold Demand (Part 1/3) 2

An increase in demand for any commodity, including gold, has the effect of raising the price of that commodity all things being equal.
On an economic chart, the demand curve slopes downwards from left to right and the supply curve slopes upwards from left to right.
The Y-axis represents price, and the X-axis represents the quantity.
Without an increase in demand – represented by a rightward shift of a demand curve – the only way to increase the quantity of gold demanded is by decreasing its price.
Gold suppliers will be unwilling to supply more gold as the price decreases, since this negatively impacts their overall profitability.
A rightwards shift in a demand curve for gold can be brought upon by many different factors, including social, geopolitical, and economic.

Gold Demand (Part 1/3) 3

An increase in demand for any commodity, including gold, has the effect of raising the price of that commodity all things being equal.
On an economic chart, the demand curve slopes downwards from left to right and the supply curve slopes upwards from left to right.
The Y-axis represents price, and the X-axis represents the quantity.
Without an increase in demand – represented by a rightward shift of a demand curve – the only way to increase the quantity of gold demanded is by decreasing its price.
Gold suppliers will be unwilling to supply more gold as the price decreases, since this negatively impacts their overall profitability.
A rightwards shift in a demand curve for gold can be brought upon by many different factors, including social, geopolitical, and economic.

Gold Demand (Part 1/3) 4

An increase in demand for any commodity, including gold, has the effect of raising the price of that commodity all things being equal.
On an economic chart, the demand curve slopes downwards from left to right and the supply curve slopes upwards from left to right.
The Y-axis represents price, and the X-axis represents the quantity.
Without an increase in demand – represented by a rightward shift of a demand curve – the only way to increase the quantity of gold demanded is by decreasing its price.
Gold suppliers will be unwilling to supply more gold as the price decreases, since this negatively impacts their overall profitability.
A rightwards shift in a demand curve for gold can be brought upon by many different factors, including social, geopolitical, and economic.

Gold Demand (Part 1/3) 5

An increase in demand for any commodity, including gold, has the effect of raising the price of that commodity all things being equal.
On an economic chart, the demand curve slopes downwards from left to right and the supply curve slopes upwards from left to right.
The Y-axis represents price, and the X-axis represents the quantity.
Without an increase in demand – represented by a rightward shift of a demand curve – the only way to increase the quantity of gold demanded is by decreasing its price.
Gold suppliers will be unwilling to supply more gold as the price decreases, since this negatively impacts their overall profitability.
A rightwards shift in a demand curve for gold can be brought upon by many different factors, including social, geopolitical, and economic.

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