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It’s been a dilemma for bullion investors ever since gold was first used as money thousands of years ago. On one hand, every investor instinctively knows that gold is highly valuable and therefore must be stored as safe and secure as possible. While keeping some in the house gives you immediate access, storing it all in a cookie jar or under a mattress or in a safe that thieves could force you to open isn’t the most ideal storage plan, especially when you add in the risks of fire or natural disaster.
It may be frustrating to watch the gold price remain dormant as stock markets continue to push higher. But while cryptos and Trump grab a lot of the headlines, you might be surprised to know there are significant forces behind the scenes that signal the gold market is not only strong but suggest something big is coming. Check out these reports from the last 30 days and see what conclusion you’d draw…Global Physical Demand. Demand for coins and bars in North America may be low, but that’s not the whole market. Check out what occurred around the world last quarter…
Why are the Federal Reserve officials "blameless" for the economy’s booms and busts?
The Fed was supposed to start unwinding their balance sheet in October. It is now mid-November & the Balance Sheet is growing rather than unwinding.
an indication of extraordinarily easy financial conditions.
They know inflation is, in fact, higher than the Fed claims… which is why ALL of them are loading up on Gold by the ton.
Get ready for an explosion to the upside in the dollar price of gold, Make sure you have your physical gold
World economic war is the real name of the game here, as the globalists play puppeteers to East and West. It is a geopolitical crisis they will have created to engineer public support for a solution they predetermined.
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given the possibility of a new Labour government.... Two words: "Capital controls". #GotGold?
Spikes ‘seem to be more frequent than they ever were’. Metal erases losses Tuesday after sudden plunge earlier
Bill Gross, a portfolio manager at Janus Henderson Investors gives his reasons why he believes the top is in for the stock market.
When President Richard Nixon “closed the gold window” on August 15, 1971, he said it would be a temporary measure.
If you’ve made a profit from bitcoin and other cryptos, congratulations! You’re obviously a smart investor who spotted a trend early on and was able to profit. Hats off to you.But now it’s time to take some profits… right? If you were smart enough to buy in early, you’re smart enough to know that it’s not a profit until you take it. And that asset prices don’t rise forever, no matter how revolutionary the technology.
Gold futures tried for their third-straight gain Wednesday, helped as a key U.S. dollar benchmark languished at roughly three-week lows.
I vividly remember the first gold coin I ever bought.A one-ounce American gold Eagle. When I first opened the package, I was instantly struck by its beauty, shine, and refinement. And I loved the weight of it in my hand. I must’ve looked at it a hundred times over the next several days.What I did next, though, is telling: I stuck it in a safe. And there it sat, in the dark and out of sight.
Bitcoin is monetary history in the making. But as Mike Maloney points out in this latest video, many of the investors in cryptocurrencies are new to the arena. Unfortunately, most have no idea how important monetary history is. The technologies may change, but the human emotions that power the markets - greed and fear - do not. To better understand what’s driving the price of Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies today, get a free copy of Mike’s book.
In Gold We Trust Keynote Presentation: Ronald-Peter Stöferle Investment Manager, Incrementum AG
First Majestic Corp. refined bullion bars are shown at the beginning, but the segment focuses on the mining and silver extraction process.
Robert Shiller, professor of economics at Yale University, discusses investor sentiment, valuations and more with Eric Chemi.