1. Happy New Year! And to start off this New Year we have the International Monetary Fund Managing Director Kristalina Georgieva warning that the global economy faces “a tough year, tougher than the year we leave behind. We expect one-third of the world economy to be in recession,” Georgieva said in an interview aired on…
Investors continue to stick to their plans to add physical precious metals to their portfolios whenever temporary price dips present themselves at a discount.
Many investors have continued to seek out buying opportunities, in the form of temporary price dips, that will allow them to add additional physical precious metals to their portfolios for diversification purposes.
As inflation indicators have continued to climb, many investors have returned to acquiring physical precious metals whenever buying opportunities in the form of temporary price dips present themselves.
Savvy investors have continued to seek out ways to ensure that their portfolios remain diversified against unforeseen plunges in other markets.
At one time, economic moguls, industrial leaders, and even presidents proudly stated their support for a New World Order.
We are in the early stages of the elimination of Truth as a basis of belief. To many, this Orwellian development may seem unprecedented, but in fact, it’s been used many times in the past.
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.
This week, the Dow Jones and S&P500 posted their first weekly losses in three weeks, while the Nasdaq recorded gains for the third consecutive week.
As politics around the world and ongoing worldwide health concerns continue to feed uncertainty, investors continue to regard precious metals, particularly gold and silver