Investors have redoubled their efforts to ensure that their portfolios are sufficiently diversified in the hopes that they will be able to withstand corrections in multiple market sectors.
What locations, then, would constitute the blue band above – the next band away from the bullseye?
The yellow metal rallied an incredible 7.3% last month to close at $1,983 an ounce, its strongest October since 1978 when it jumped 11.7%.
Many investors have redoubled their efforts to ensure that their portfolios are sufficiently diversified in the hopes that they will be able to withstand corrections in multiple market sectors.
Home prices finished the summer at another record high as home affordability tanks to a historical low.
By Jeff Thomas, Feature Writer for Doug Casey’s International Man and Strategic Wealth Preservation Recently, after reading an essay of mine, a reader angrily questioned my loyalty to the USA. My immediate reaction was that I’m not a US citizen. I therefore tend to observe the US dispassionately, just as I’d observe any of the…
Pigs are pretty intelligent mammals and forest-dwelling wild pigs are known to be especially wily. However, there’s a traditional method for trapping them.
Analysts were warning that the gold market was ripe for a short squeeze rally as prices fell to a seven-month low earlier in the month, and they were proven right as the latest trade data from the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) showed significant short-covering in gold and silver.
Although the First World countries will continue to be the riskiest countries in which to live at this time, the corner has clearly been turned.
Investors have included physical precious metals as part of their diversification plans, given their long history as a hedge against both inflation and during times of economic turmoil.