It should be emphasized that nuclear war is by no means a certainty… but we are dangerously close.
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.
Investors are seeking out buying opportunities from temporary price dips to add more physical precious metals into their portfolios.
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.
1. Volatility remained extreme this week as the U.S. saw the release of the Non-Farm Payrolls report for September and the war in Ukraine became increasingly desperate for the Russian occupiers. 2. For the week ending October 1, the seasonally adjusted number of Americans filing initial claims for unemployment surged by 29,000 from the previous…
Many investors have continued adding physical precious metals into their portfolios for this purpose whenever temporary price dips have afforded them the option to do so at a relative discount.
Investors continue to take advantage of temporary price dips to add additional physical precious metals into their investment portfolios in hopes that it will aid in their diversification efforts.
1. Inflation showed signs of easing in the U.S. this week according to the latest data for July that was released this week. Geopolitical turmoil continues however, as the Russia-Ukraine war grinds on and China continues acting aggressively towards its smaller neighbor, Taiwan. Inflation data out of Europe continues to be troubling, with the cost…
Many analysts continue to recommend holding precious metals in at least a portion of any well-diversified portfolio.