This week, the S&P 500 and Dow Jones Industrial Average fell for three consecutive days; this is the longest losing stretch since September.
The key to profitability through the ownership of physical precious metals is to acquire the physical product and hold on to it for the long term.
As market volatility continues to swing, many continue purchasing physical precious metals, given the promising opportunities of the present moment.
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.
Many investors continue to acquire additional physical precious metals for the purposes of portfolio diversification, acquiring new products for their portfolios.
Investors appear to be leaping into precious metals, expecting inflation to eventually take hold and skyrocket due to such a drastic increase in the global money supply.
The specter of inflation, brought on by the massive amounts of money being dumped into the global financial system as governments try to fend off another massive recession, if not an outright depression, have many investors returning to physical precious metals as their asset of choice for diversifying their investment portfolios.
As we pass the halfway mark of what has been a record-setting year, volatility and uncertainty continue across all markets.
1. Escalating geopolitical tensions are now competing with the coronavirus for top media coverage. Market volatility can be expected to remain extreme as the pandemic continues unchecked and the U.S. and China begin yet another tit-for-tat exchange of bureaucratic hostilities. 2. The seasonally adjusted number of Americans filing initial claims for state unemployment reversed course…
As the world descends into further uncertainty amid a resurgence of coronavirus cases, investors appear to increasingly be turning to precious metals as a means to help diversify their portfolios against another potential crash in equity markets