Supply chain disruptions and the apparent desire for world governments to embark on endless spending sprees are keeping inflation concerns front and center for most investors.
But as a nation approaches a systemic collapse, the sheep must be kept from straying to other pastures and, for millennia, governments have created pens to contain them.
Unfortunately, if people are to escape becoming casualties of an economic crisis, they must make plans and implement them in advance of the crisis.
For millennia, political leaders have been in the practice of altering, confusing and even obliterating the truth, when possible.
As inflation pressures continue to mount under the ongoing global pandemic, savvy investors have stuck to their long-term plan to acquire physical precious metals when buying opportunities appear
I wrote to silver last week—yes, the physical metal herself, the one we trust and convert our paper dollars to. And as luck would have it, she wrote me back!
But, once a year, a Final Closeout Sale would be held. Prices were far lower than the cost to manufacture the goods and this would be the one and only time in the year when extreme bargains were to be had.
As inflation levels have continued to surge higher across the world, many experts now expect central banks to begin taking steps to taper off the stimulus programs that were put into place during the latest financial crisis that was brought on by the ongoing pandemic.
Savvy investors, watching these same inflation levels climb, continue to acquire physical precious metals, keeping in mind the long-term nature of their ownership, for the purpose of building a well-diversified portfolio.
History says the next upsurge in gold and silver is coming. The research clearly shows it is a when question, not if.