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?
Given the massive erosion in our monetary and fiscal state, we must consider the possibility that price inflation might not just be coming, but could kick in suddenly and rise rapidly.
There are a lot of ways this election could go, but let’s look at the three most likely outcomes, and the impact each might have on citizens and the markets.
As we move into the final quarter of this tumultuous year, gold is increasingly likely to serve as a hedge of absolute necessity…
How does the Fed’s monthly currency creation of $120 billion compare to the value of monthly gold and silver production?
How high can the gold price go? … with the demand from institutional and pension funds, there is no reason to believe that we won’t be seeing $3000 gold in the next 12 months.