The shocking closure of two US banks, the Fed slowing interest rate hikes, and a weakening US dollar all roiled markets and led to a spike in gold demand.
Gold in Q3: The US Dollar Attacks!
The need for a safe haven asset is clear. The toxic mix of economic, market, and financial risks leaves investors with few places to turn.
Gold in Q2: The Global Selloff
With unresolved issues encompassing much of the globe, it would not be surprising to see the gold price achieve new record highs this year.
Gold in Q2: Price Stabilizes, While Potential Catalysts Build
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.
The Stock Market Crash Prep Kit for Silver & Gold Investors
By Jeff Clark, Senior Analyst, GoldSilver, and Adviser for Strategic Wealth Preservation When the topic of a stock market crash comes up, the #1 question we get from gold and silver investors is this: won’t gold and silver crash, too? And if so, should I sell my bullion now and rebuy after the crash? It’s…
Watch Out for the Shoeshine Boys
Joseph Kennedy decided that, when even shoeshine boys are offering stock tips, it’s time to get out of the market.
Getting Nervous About the Stock Market? Here’s Your Antidote.
By Jeff Clark, Senior Analyst, GoldSilver and Adviser for Strategic Wealth Preservation. If you didn’t catch it, gold has passed the S&P 500 in year-to-date performance. Through August 12, gold is up 18.1%, while the S&P has risen 13.8%. Silver is nipping its heels, now up 10.2% YTD. But what is perhaps more significant is…
Silver vs. the S&P 500: History Says One Could Be Crushed, the Other a Super-Charged Bubble
Many readers liked the tables we presented of possible gold/S&P 500 ratios and what that would mean to prices of each asset. If you didn’t catch it, check out what the future could look like for gold vs. the stock market.
How to Stop Falling Dominos
I loved watching dominos fall as a kid. Setting up different arrangements was fun, but watching them fall was, of course, the most entertaining part.