Investors watched this week as precious metals prices held up, with most closing out the month with gains, while stocks closed out their worst month.
1. This week saw the Federal Reserve raise interest rates yet again and a flood of information out of Europe that served to further increase recession fears. Stock markets tumbled again on Friday, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average closing at fresh lows for 2022 as global currencies mostly slid lower against the US dollar.…
Internal collapse may arguably be a good way to introduce a totalitarian rule to the US, but it’s not a viable means to remain a global leader afterward.
Physical precious metals have a long history of being viewed as a store of value during times of economic and geopolitical turmoil.
When an empire collapses, it dies slowly. Unless it comes to an end through conquest, it deteriorates in a series of sudden jolts.
Investors continue to hold to the view that physical precious metals have a long history of acting as a hedge against inflationary periods
Many investors continue to add physical precious metals to their portfolios as part of their diversification plans.