You might be right and gold could go up big time relative to stocks over next couple of years, but... there was a recent topic where someone (bsog?) wrote that there are always good arguments for both/all 3 ways the situation could unfold. And you make this decision based on...
after reading the news the last days
People are talking
Sorry for cherry-picking these, but these are in contrast to your usual rational approach. I might be wrong but are you not trying to 'avenge' your previous decision to sell gold which you consider to be a mistake (and which might not necessarily look so in few weeks/months)? If yes, this is probably the worst motivation to tinker with investments, on par with fear as it usually leads to compounding previous mistakes.seems like a good bet
At least give yourself a few days before doing anything. Accumulating stash is just first step, keeping it for decades to come could be at least as difficult. Even if you are 'proved' to be right and make money on gold, that's not actually good considering your reasons for going all-in and it could backfire if based on this experience you make similar decisions at some later point.