Why Buy Gold Now? Because of the “I Don’t Knows…”
In one of the most concise and clear articles of 2018, Simon Black points to the fact that central banks currently hold a record of 20% of all gold ever mined while they can print all the paper money they want. He also points to JPMorgan Chase, who is committing to buying another 650 tons of gold this year and in 2019. This is all happening due to the many risks facing the currently overvalued markets together with the low price of gold. It’s the best case for Buy Low – Sell High we have read in a long time.
Dec 08, 2018 | Simon Black |
The Treasury Yield Has Inverted This Week—A Recession Is Coming
On Monday, Dec. 3, the US Treasury yield curve inverted for the first time since 2007 when The 5-year Treasury yield fell below the yield on the 3-year note. Analysts are predicting that a recession is coming within 6–24 months.
Dec 04, 2018 | Kevin Troy |
The Effect of Fed Fund Rate Hikes on Gold
While popular opinion is that interest rate hikes have a bearish effect on gold prices, the effect that an interest rate increase has on gold, if any, is unknown since there is actually little solid correlation between interest rates and gold prices. Rising interest rates may even have a bullish effect on gold prices.
Nov 27, 2018 | Investopedia |
Morgan Stanley Says Dollar Bull Run Has Ended, Time to Sell
The dollar’s bull run has ended and it’s time to sell the currency, according to Morgan Stanley.
Nov 17, 2018 | Bloomberg |
Indicators Showing Our Economy Is in Bad Shape
Our rising GDP and stock market tell a story of a booming economy. But these indicators are not the full picture of the US economy. Here’s additional trends and facts about our economy that tell us we are heading into troubling economic times.
Nov 07, 2018 | Kevin Troy |
The Next Retirement Crisis: America’s Public Pensions
You may be saying to yourself: why should I care whether public-employee pension plans are underfunded. Here’s why: At the pace we are going, in four or five years, some of those states will likely have to either cut their services (the equivalent of a state bailout), or they will need a federal bailout. It means you and all of us will need to pay for this crisis.
Oct 25, 2018 | Richard Eisenberg |