One of our long-time clients recently submitted a question to our experts: What is the ideal ratio of metals to hold to weather the economic storms on the horizon?
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1. As fears of further trade war escalations between the U.S. and China seem to be fading, eyes are turning to next week’s Federal Open Market Committee meeting by the Federal Reserve. Analysts will be parsing every word of Fed Chair Powell’s statements at the conclusion of next week’s meeting for indications on the near-term…
In 1759, Scotsman Adam Smith, who is widely regarded as the world’s first true economist, published his first great work, The Theory of Moral Sentiments. In it, he postulated that all social evolution can be attributed to “individual human action,” as opposed to “individual human design.”
Hopes that were lifted after last week’s “phase one” deal was worked out between U.S. and Chinese officials as markets were closing on Friday did not remain elevated as the week began.
We don’t employ technical analysis that much, one reason being we’re buying gold and silver for what we believe will be a major shift in our markets, economy and currency.
The ongoing trade dispute between the U.S. and China remained the main focus for mainstream media outlets this week.
Careful research into an economy can result in a relatively accurate prognostication, the timing is always the most difficult aspect to pinpoint.
1. The political pressure against President Trump continued to escalate as the impeachment inquiry got underway this week. The entire inquiry appears to be based around whether Trump pressured Ukraine’s president to conduct an investigation into the Biden family and Trump doubled down this week when he said, during a televised interview with reporters as…
It happened with little fanfare, with virtually no reporting by the mainstream press. But this development signaled that one of the biggest gold-buying entities sees a growing need to own gold right now.