As volatility in other areas continues to escalate and prices continue to climb in other products and commodities, many investors are looking at physical precious metals with renewed interest and have continued to acquire the product.
As market volatility continues to swing, many continue purchasing physical precious metals.
As we move into the second half of 2020, gold is increasingly likely to serve as an effective and necessary hedge, particularly in light of the Fed’s dovish stance, ongoing geopolitical conflicts, and the risks associated with the recession, stock market volatility, and US election.
Gold is one of the very few asset classes that has risen this year—but the price is still a far cry from the $5,000 to $10,000 levels he’s mentioned. Silver is worse; not only has it fallen this year, most miners can’t even make a profit at current prices.
A decade or more ago, I began to discuss with associates the possibility of governments and banks colluding to eliminate physical cash. Back then, the idea struck most everyone as poppycock, that governments could never get away with it.
This brief report will highlight what’s taken place with precious metals this past quarter and year-to-date, along with how they compared to other assets. We’ll also briefly look at what potential catalysts lie ahead.
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An article by Jeff Clark.
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