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. This week saw the Federal Reserve raise interest rates yet again and a flood of information out of Europe that served to further increase recession fears. Stock markets tumbled again on Friday, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average closing at fresh lows for 2022 as global currencies mostly slid lower against the US dollar.…
Many investors continue to take advantage of temporary price dips to add more physical precious metals to their portfolio at a relative discount.
Many investors continue to choose to hold physical precious metals in their portfolios as part of their diversification strategies.
That suggests investors make sure they own a meaningful amount of physical gold now.
As businesses prepare to face a possible dwindle in consumption, many investors continue purchasing physical precious metals to shield their portfolios from inflation.
As businesses prepare for the eventuality of new restrictions and shutdowns, many investors continue purchasing physical precious metals to shield their portfolios from inflation.
According to preliminary data released by Statistics Canada on Friday, the economy could have grown in the second quarter of the year after declining 0.5% in April and 0.3% in May
The most likely scenario for the second half of 2021 is one where gold continues to offer a meaningful and necessary hedge, along with the distinct possibility of yet another set of record high prices.
Savvy investors continue to regard gold and silver as shields to protect their capital and diversify their portfolios.