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.
Stronger-than-expected economic data has forced some on Wall Street to push back, or even remove calls for a recession once widely considered a sure thing.
A storm of public and private debt is brewing in the U.S., and the troubles are already beginning to show on the surface as loans pile up and borrower confidence falters.
Investors are seeking out buying opportunities from temporary price dips to add more physical precious metals into their portfolios.
1. US Secretary of State Antony Blinken is said to be considering a meeting with Wang Yi, China’s top diplomat, at a security conference later this week. It would be their first face-to-face talk since Beijing ignited an international uproar with an alleged spy balloon lazily moving across the whole US mainland, triggering a spike…
Investors continue to stick to their plans to add physical precious metals to their portfolios whenever temporary price dips present themselves at a discount.
Astute investors continue to seek out alternative investments for their portfolios to aid in diversifying them away from overexposure to any single asset class.
1. Inflation showed signs of easing in the U.S. this week according to the latest data for July that was released this week. Geopolitical turmoil continues however, as the Russia-Ukraine war grinds on and China continues acting aggressively towards its smaller neighbor, Taiwan. Inflation data out of Europe continues to be troubling, with the cost…
Many investors have returned to the view that holding some physical precious metals in their portfolios might offer them some additional diversification.
Gold and Silver continued to make gains this week and many investors have continued to accumulate these, and other physical precious metals.