The Precious Metals Week in Review of April 28st, 2017.
Nicolás Maduro, actual president of Venezuela in order to buy a bit more time in the presidential mansion, is selling the Golden Goose of his country.
The Precious Metals Week in Review of April 21st, 2017.
Current economic conditions appear to be eerily similar to those just prior to the crash of 1929.
Those who live in an affected country can expect to be facing, at best, civil unrest following a crash and, possibly, riots or even revolutionary activities. But those who secure alternate legal residency and/or a physical address abroad, may be able to step away from the fray before it impacts them directly.
The Precious Metals Week in Review April 13th, 2017 1. The holiday schedule for Easter resulted in a shortened trading week. It was news-heavy, despite the short week, as geopolitical tensions continued to escalate around the globe. 2. The number of Americans filing initial claims for state unemployment benefits slipped by 1,000 claims from the…
The Precious Metals Week in Review April 7th, 2017 1. This week was news-heavy, with the release of the March Non-Farm Payrolls report, the meeting minutes from the Federal Reserve’s last Federal Open Market Committee meeting, and a U.S. airstrike on Syria in retaliation for its recent use of chemical weaponry against its citizens. 2.…
It is not uncommon for many people to get a little, ok VERY, excited when word of a television show focusing on their industry surfaces. In my case, the industry is investment markets and the show is ’Billions’
In 1845, the French government levied protective tariffs on scores of items, the intent to protect French industries from companies outside France was named The Candlemaker’s Petition.