It is relatively common that what should be recognized as a warning flag of major trouble is often ignored until things get so bad that it is almost impossible not to notice.
Volatility should be expected to remain high as investors will be closely watching for hints on upcoming monetary policy direction.
Investors continue to hold to the view that physical precious metals have a long history of acting as a hedge against inflationary periods
1. Market volatility continued this week as Russia’s onslaught against Ukraine raged on and central banks around the world shocked markets with unexpected rate moves. In the U.S., the West Coast port of Oakland has been virtually shut down as truckers protest California’s gig labor law, which classifies workers as employees and not independent contractors.…