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.
Many investors continue to add physical precious metals to their portfolios as part of their diversification plans.
Given silver’s historical volatility, a question dawned on me: could silver log a similar runaway price advance in the not-too-distant future?
Los metales preciosos siempre deben ser vistos como una inversión a largo plazo y que la clave para la rentabilidad es adquirir, poseer los productos físicos y mantenerlos a largo plazo.
In the face of the ongoing crises around the world, wise investors have continued to attempt to ensure that their portfolios remain well-diversified against overexposure to any single asset class.
Now that it appears the virus is ebbing and things are slowly opening back up, let’s look at how our two favorite investments have fared so far this year. Did gold provide a hedge? How did metals perform against the stock market? And where is the better value now?