Gold has been mankind’s most enduring store-of-value asset because of its unique characteristics. Gold is durable, divisible, consistent, convenient, scarce, and most importantly, the “hardest” of all physical commodities.
I don’t generally comment on the markets unless I feel we’ve reached a critical point. My last communication with regards to the state of the market was back in September 2019 when I said that I believed we were entering the early stages of a precious metals bull market
Gold has been a safe haven for literally thousands of years. But how effective is it as a “hedge”?
Dear Main Street and Wall Street Investor, I’m a pretty nice guy. But you may not think so if what I outline below comes to pass.
Recently, an eminent gold adviser whom I know and have a high regard for, stated that holders of precious metals would be well-served by keeping their metals in a remote location, saying, “distance equals security.” (He lives in the US and recommends storage in New Zealand, as it’s as far away from him as possible.)
Dear Abby. Article by: Jeff Thomas.