The final trading week of the month kicked off with stocks sliding on Monday, setting investors up for a losing month where much of the optimism of the early summer has fizzled into more tempered expectations of the Fed’s tightening campaign.
Gold has been mankind’s most enduring store-of-value asset because of its unique characteristics. Gold is durable, divisible, consistent, convenient, scarce, and most importantly, the “hardest” of all physical commodities.
An article by Jeff Thomas, feature writer for Strategic Wealth Preservation, Doug Casey’s International Man and 321gold.com In advising those who are considering international diversification, the most common misconception I hear is that “There’s not really anything you can do. The globalists are taking over the world and that means that there’s nowhere to go…
This week, we’re shining a spotlight on silver. Did you know that in over 14 languages, the word “silver” is synonymous with “money?”
Today, the number of people who see the writing on the wall is growing exponentially, but the great majority of the new crowd is coming to the realisation rather late in the game and hasn’t done the requisite planning.
It’s mentioned often how central banks are one of the pillars of support when it comes to gold prices. JP Morgan’s analysis recently said that global gold investment has reached the highest level since 2012, and it wasn’t that long ago that it would have been strange to find an active central banker talking about gold.
An important change has unfolded in the global gold market. The East has been driving up the gold price, predominantly in late 2022 and the first months of 2023, breaking the West’s long-standing pricing power.
What’s the outcome of a war with Russia likely to be? Well, for any Westerner who’s diligent about planning his personal future, a factor for his consideration might be what his world will look like if Russia emerges victorious.
The U.S. economy added 187,000 jobs in August, while unemployment unexpectedly increased as the labor market continued to show signs of cooling, data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics showed Friday.