1. This week started the second straight session we saw stocks keep rallying as Big-Tech earnings loom. Traders also consider whether the Federal Reserve would slow its pace of interest-rate hikes after assessing weak economic data that was released today. More than 80% of stocks in the S&P 500 index closed in green on Monday,…
Astute investors continue to seek out alternative investments for their portfolios to aid in diversifying them away from overexposure to any single asset class.
As geopolitical, economic, and environmental uncertainties escalate, many investors watching these volatile moves continue to try to take steps to diversify their portfolios and seek out alternative investments.
Internal collapse may arguably be a good way to introduce a totalitarian rule to the US, but it’s not a viable means to remain a global leader afterward.
When an empire collapses, it dies slowly. Unless it comes to an end through conquest, it deteriorates in a series of sudden jolts.
Investors continue to take advantage of temporary price dips to add additional physical precious metals into their investment portfolios in hopes that it will aid in their diversification efforts.
Physical precious metals have a long history of being viewed as a hedge against geopolitical uncertainty, economic turmoil, and inflation.
For those investors back in 1956, who bought one ounce of gold for 35 dollars, however, they could have sold that same ounce today for over $1700 – an increase of 4,757%.
We don’t know exactly what China’s plans may be, but it would not be surprising in the least if they’re preparing now to pounce at the next crisis, particularly a monetary one.
China, Russia, and the rest of the world, when faced with American threats and bluster, will not simply fold their tents and accept that the US must be obeyed.