Those who will be the most likely to do well will be those who choose to recognise that, as America declines, there are some countries that are on the upswing.
The Precious Metals Week in Review – December 31st, 2021
As 2022 begins, the two key concerns that are likely to continue to affect markets and increase volatility remain the ongoing pandemic, and rampant inflation.
The Precious Metals Week in Review – December 24th, 2021
1. Due to the timing of the holiday season this year, there will be back-to-back shortened trading weeks. As the end of the year approaches, trading in most markets can be expected to become light and news will likely turn towards the usual year-end summaries. 2. For the week ending December 18, the seasonally adjusted…
The Precious Metals Week in Review – December 17th, 2021
As volatility in equity markets and crypto markets continues to surge, savvy investors have taken steps to ensure that their portfolios are diversified in order to avoid overexposure to a downturn in any single market sector.
When Idiocy Becomes Hardwired
Never in history has a crisis of such great proportions loomed and yet, never in history has the unfortunate generation that will inherit the damage been so unequivocally incapable of coping with that damage.
The Precious Metals Week in Review – December 10th, 2021
Many analysts feel that precious metals, particularly silver, are currently undervalued, particularly given their increasing role in medicine and technology.
UPDATE: What If the Silver Price Matched Other Asset Gains from 1980?
It’s no surprise to our constituency, but silver remains one of the most undervalued investments that can be bought today.
The Precious Metals Week in Review – December 3rd, 2021
Many such investors view temporary price dips in precious metals as nothing more than buying opportunities that allow them to acquire additional physical product for their portfolios whenever price dips.
The Future of Direct Taxation
The image above may be considered by some as unfair, as it suggests that a direct taxation is a form of robbery.
The Old Tablecloth Trick
Historically, in any era, there are always some countries that are getting near the edge and others that are not.