The most likely scenario for the second half of 2021 is one where gold continues to offer a meaningful and necessary hedge, along with the distinct possibility of yet another set of record high prices.
It takes only a rudimentary understanding of economics to know that the more you create of something, the less valuable it becomes
The new Net Stable Funding Requirement (NSFR) rules under Basel III for gold come into force at the end of this month.
Gold and silver prices peaked in August 2020, and have since been largely range-bound.
We update our charts every year on how many ounces of gold and silver it takes to buy a house in the US.
The most likely scenario for the remainder of 2021 is one where gold and silver continue to offer meaningful and necessary hedges, along with the distinct possibility of record-high prices.
Silver responded directly to higher inflation, even during recessions, falling industrial demand, and stock market weakness.
By Jeff Clark, Senior Analyst, GoldSilver, and Adviser for Strategic Wealth Preservation When the topic of a stock market crash comes up, the #1 question we get from gold and silver investors is this: won’t gold and silver crash, too? And if so, should I sell my bullion now and rebuy after the crash? It’s…
The most likely scenario for 2021 is one where gold continues to offer a meaningful and necessary hedge, along with the high probability of yet another set of record-high prices.
A vaccine for COVID-19 is on the way, so gold investors should probably pack it in, right?