Volatility should be expected to remain high as investors will be closely watching for hints on upcoming monetary policy direction.
Many investors have included physical precious metals as part of their diversification plans, given their long history as a hedge against both inflation and during times of economic turmoil.
The key to profitability through the ownership of physical precious metals is to own the physical product and hold it for the long term.
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…
Astute investors take added steps to help ensure that their portfolios are well-diversified in the event of a drastic downturn in the global economy.
investors have continued to add physical precious metals as part of a well-diversified portfolio as the entire precious metals sector has outperformed the Dow over the past year.
Investors continue to stick to their plans to add physical precious metals to their portfolios whenever temporary price dips present themselves at a discount.
1. On Monday stocks fell at the start of a busy week for earnings, with investors awaiting Wednesday’s Federal Reserve decision for clues on whether officials will dial back the pace of rate increases as early as December. Morgan Stanley’s Michael Wilson says the end of Fed tightening may be nearing suggesting the Fed pivot…
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.