Tag: Precious Metals

Gold And Silver Ups And Downs – Why Is This Happening?

| July 28, 2020 | 0 Comments
Gold And Silver Ups And Downs – Why Is This Happening?

Gold and Silver Prices This week, gold and silver continue to make sweeping historical moves. On one hand, the gold price broke through first $1850, then $1900 within two days. On the other hand, the silver price exceeded $20 on July 20th, then saw $21, $22, and $23 in the following days. Although the silver price doesn’t seem much […]

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Starting A Buillion Portfolio: Rounds, Coins, And Bars

Starting A Buillion Portfolio: Rounds, Coins, And Bars

Right at the start of the coronavirus pandemic in the US, many investors jumped ship from the stock market and swam to physical ownership of precious metals. Therefore, since March 2020, the gold spot price climbed past $1700 when it was only about $1560 at the very end of February. Today, silver, platinum, and palladium are all on the […]

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9 Gold Stocks To Stave Off Coronavirus-Induced Volatility

9 Gold Stocks To Stave Off Coronavirus-Induced Volatility

There’s no quarantining gold fever [Editor’s note: “9 Gold Stocks to Stave Off Coronavirus-Induced Volatility” is regularly updated to include the most relevant information available.] As the Bureau of Labor Statistics recently revealed, a shocking 20.5 million Americans have lost their jobs, translating to a depression-level 14.7% unemployment rate. Therefore, the idea of a quick, V-shaped […]

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Gold Price Outlook For 2020: Continuation Of The Bull Market

| January 31, 2020 | 0 Comments
Gold Price Outlook For 2020: Continuation Of The Bull Market

Last year was a strong year for gold price as concerns about economic strength permeated the markets much of the year. It looks like the gold price outlook for 2020 calls for more of the same — despite signs of economic strength. Other factors like central bank buying and global debt are expected to drive prices for […]

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What Silver (SLV) Needs Most

| January 15, 2020 | 0 Comments
What Silver (SLV) Needs Most

Now that the impact of the US-Iran situation is apparently absorbed by the financial community, we can look at its effects on silver and see if they tell us anything. And they sure do.  Here’s a very simple 3-month chart of SLV, the unleveraged US silver ETF that trades on US markets. If we look at the relationship […]

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Silver Prices Pop After Recent Fed Statement

| December 13, 2019 | 0 Comments
Silver Prices Pop After Recent Fed Statement

After last week’s outstanding employment figures, investors expected a fairly dull FOMC release yesterday. After all, what more is there to say other than “gee, things seem to be going well, so we’re going to wait for a while before we do anything.” And that’s what we got.  The FOMC statement said current monetary policy is […]

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Gold Prices May Reach $1,500 By This Time Next Year

| June 21, 2019 | 0 Comments
Gold Prices May Reach $1,500 By This Time Next Year

Ever-climbing stock prices have kept a lid on gold prices for most of this year, but that could be about to change. Fund managers from Incrementum believe we have entered the early stages of a new bull market for gold, although they don’t expect an easy path upward. In their annual “In Gold We Trust” report, Ronald-Peter […]

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The Right Way To Invest In Gold

The Right Way To Invest In Gold

Gold investments have gone up in recent years because it is now common knowledge for investors that the economic climate is changing and that the value of currency, shares and even real estate is prone to change and devaluation. Many people find that the safest way to protect the real value of their savings is […]

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Gold And Silver Show Strong Historical Performance During The Summer Months

Gold And Silver Show Strong Historical Performance During The Summer Months

The summer is generally a good time to purchase precious metals. Gold and silver historically have outperformed when the weather is warm.  They have also outperformed other commodities, specifically oil.  If you are looking to add precious metals to your portfolio, look for dips in the price during the summer months, as they are likely to be […]

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Should Retirement Investors Add A Little Gold Just In Case?

| March 19, 2018 | 0 Comments
Should Retirement Investors Add A Little Gold Just In Case?

The US Debt Clock tells us our national debt is around $21 trillion. Social Security promises are approaching $17 trillion – included in the “unfunded” government promises – over $112 trillion. Despite government mandated Cost of Living Increases, our recent article, “An Inconvenient Truth About Social Security” clearly indicates Social Security recipients have no inflation protection. Each month, seniors and savers […]

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