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When the average investor thinks about gold, they may view it as an inflation hedge. Or maybe as crisis insurance. Or perhaps solely as a portfolio diversifier. These are all good reasons to own gold—but those are always good reasons to buy precious metals. Mike Maloney’s reasons to own gold and silver at this point in history are very different than what passes as standard arguments.
With gold up 26% year-to-date and silver up 41%, and stock and bond markets looking increasingly precarious, it’s time to start thinking about the upcoming wealth transfer. If Mike is right about what’s ahead for gold and silver, we’ll soon be part of a life-changing shift. Have you thought about how the wealth transfer might affect you? Not like this you haven’t…
Here’s How Quickly Your Wealth Can Be Wiped OutIt’s the two greatest drivers of any investment: greed and fear. Greed can drive an investment to bubbly highs. But the ensuing crash—and there’s always a crash after a bubble—can wipe out your gains in a flash, leaving little or no time to react.And that’s the fifth reason why Mike Maloney buys gold and silver: most assets classes are due for a crash—and in response, market psychology will drive gold to dizzying heights.
By continually using stimulus to deal with crises & not letting creative destruction take over, you make a subsequent crisis more likely by passing the problem along to some other part of the global financial system, & usually in bigger size.
The IMF recently announced they had underestimated the global debt problem by an estimated $13-$14 TRILLION dollars of global debt. A simple rounding error?
And as a “supra-national” reserve asset, gold plays an important role in it.
WE continue to like the long-term prospects for gold, as it has displayed a strong inverse correlation with real yields & should also benefit from the prospective safe-haven demand generated by the eventual cyclical decline in equities
As the Fed begins quantitative tightening, all the bubbles that seven years of ZIRP created will begin to pop, says Peter Boockvar.
The Federal Reserve is slated to start reducing its $4.5 trillion of government securities when its two-day meeting finishes on Wednesday. It will be the first central bank to attempt to pull away from a legacy of monetary accommodation, ending an era of easy policy that has helped prolong the U.S. economy’s expansion into the third longest in history.
Marc Faber on the markets, the Fed meeting, Trump, and his bearish call. With CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis and the Futures Now traders, Jim Iuorio and Brian Stutland, both at the CME.
Will Be Like "Watching Paint Dry" However, we're sure that Yellen, just months away from leaving the sinking ship, will calm all fears during today's press conference...
The Federal Reserve said a trio of punishing hurricanes were unlikely to reduce the pace of economic growth, and it continued to dismantle its stimulus programs.
Strip an economy of capital, productive incentives, talent and yes, ethics, and what are we left with? An economy spiraling toward an inevitable collapse.
Let the farce begin. The Fed meets today to discuss whether or not to begin shrinking its balance sheet. The financial media informs us that this is the single most important Fed meeting in years and that its coming announcement is a game-changer. Give me a break. The Fed will NEVER let its balance sheet
Nobel Prize-winning economist Robert Shiller highlights striking characteristics the stock market shares with 1929.
The world’s biggest mutual fund company says it’s surprised by the global economy’s strength this year, but that doesn’t mean it’s more optimistic about the investment outlook.