Proposed Bill: How Much Gold Do We Have
Due to the strategic economic value of gold, it is wrong that the amount of gold in the US reserves is not being disclosed to us. A new bill proposed by Congress will, if approved, direct the Treasury to provide us a full audit. Read the article and learn its importance to your finances and why we support this bill.
Aug 09, 2019 | Peter Christensen |
The Rise of Gold to the Financial Center Stage
Gold is on the rise and regaining its importance globally, both politically and financially. Central banks across the globe are expanding their gold reserves. Countries like Russia are expanding their mining operations, keeping the gold in their reserves, and several nations are planning on establishing their own gold-backed currencies for trading, moving away from the US dollar.
Aug 02, 2019 | Kevin Troy |
Don’t Risk Financial Disaster—See These 3 Charts
As the Fed is continuing its low interest rates, which allow corporations to pile on debt and buy back their shares, markets have responded by going up to all-time highs. We have been there before, and in these 3 charts it’s easy to see where we are, and how bad the markets are going to become.
Jul 30, 2019 | Fred Abadi |
5 Signs You Should Change Your Financial Adviser
Today isn’t business as usual, and the markets are being threatened from many angles. Now is a great time to review your financial adviser to make sure your financial plan is staying on focus. In this article, Kevin Troy shows you how you can evaluate if your adviser is right for you.
Jul 26, 2019 | Kevin Troy |
Will Leveraged Loans Blow Up the Market?
In 2018, subprime loans inflated the housing bubble and created the crash that lead to the Great Recession. Today, leveraged loans on corporate and consumer debt are inflating an even bigger bubble than in 2008. Fred Abadi explains what these loans are, how similar our situation now is to where we were in 2008, and what you can do about it.
Jul 16, 2019 | Fred Abadi |
Rick Rule: Expect Demand for Gold and Silver to Quadruple
When our government most likely defaults at some point, CEO of Sprott U.S., Rick Rule, says our government will either admit they cannot repay their debt, or they will inflate the US dollar to make the debt “disappear.” In this article, Kevin Troy explains why either option is great for gold and silver, and how the demand for these precious metals might quadruple.
Jul 12, 2019 | Kevin Troy |