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Why do you own gold and silver?We’d all cite our own specific reasons, but I’d be willing to bet the basis of those reasons mostly center around one thing.To give you a hint, what do all of the following items have in common?Quantitative easing (money printing)Government debt (inability to spend within your means)Government deficits (inability to balance a budget)Negative interest rates (bonds that are guaranteed to lose money)Excessive credit (another form of money creation)
In the market for a new car? I’ve got a deal for you. How about a 2017 BMW sedan for 20% less than it cost last year?Some people in Britain are waking up to just such a deal, in the wake of the collapse of the British Pound following the summer’s “Brexit” vote.But wait… hasn’t the British Pound cratered and actually made things more expensive? Yes—if your savings were entirely in pounds.Those Britons who took smart steps to preserve their purchasing power, however, haven’t suffered. In fact, many of them are finding some sweet deals.
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Murphy’s Law, applied to gold and silver: the price will fall right after you buy.New GoldSilver Law: it doesn’t matter. Prices will be a lot higher in a couple years (and you should focus on how many ounces you own anyway).As most of you know, gold and silver have been on a tear this year. Gold hit $1,363.75 (based on London PM fix) on August 2. But yesterday it fell to $1,253.45, what amounts to an 8.1% pullback.As you’re about to see, this decline is completely normal. That’s not me saying so; that’s what history shows.
As investors, we spend time analyzing the markets to understand their vulnerability to price declines. Indeed, avoiding market crashes can be just as important as capturing market gains.So we look for all kinds of technical and fundamental signs of weakness, hoping to pinpoint when to be out of the market and avoid the next big selloff. But what if I told that you the stock market has already crashed? And you just can’t see it? We call it the “invisible” crash. Here’s how it works…
One of the most frightening and personally devastating economic phenomena you can experience is hyperinflation. Unless you’ve lived through one, you have no idea of the havoc it can cause.The world’s seen it before, many times. But since most recent examples have come from Zimbabwe, Iraq, and other “third world” countries, the idea of it hitting the US or Europe is often scoffed at. But is the idea really so crazy? After all, it’s hit some of the world’s most powerful countries too, within the last century.
History shows that once or twice in a generation a global crisis come along that radically devastates people’s way of life. A fundamental shift so big and drastic and overwhelming that it destroys their standard of living and impacts every area of their lives.We are about to experience one of those events…As Mike Maloney outlines in the latest installment of his smash hit Hidden Secrets of Money series, that next major event is deflation. And the culprit will be a relatively obscure monetary term that will impact virtually every area of your life: money velocity.
There are no guarantees when it comes to investing. But this one comes pretty darn close.Here’s a fun question to ponder: if you worked at the Federal Reserve with Janet Yellen, or at the central bank of your country, what would you do if everything you’d tried to stimulate your economy hadn’t worked?Yes, I know we’d do it a lot differently, starting with allowing the free market to work. But these Masters of the Universe (ha) see it as their job to intervenewhen the economy stumbles. So they’re gonna keep trying, especially when the next crisis hits.
Calling All Silver Bugs: Price Targets, and Last Call for the Greek WarriorBy: Jeff Clark, Senior Precious Metals AnalystThere are a lot of ways to project how high the price of an asset might climb. One of the more promising methods for silver is to look at the gold/silver ratio during its biggest bull run ever.Gold and silver both peaked on January 21, 1980. The run-up had been tremendous for both metals. As most of you know, silver outperformed gold.
Last week, 2 major Gold & Silver Dealers were reported for taking advantage of their customers through extreme delivery delays and alleged collector coin up-selling scams.
How has paper currency performed versus silver and gold in the 21st Century? You may be surprised by the answers.
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