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Fabrice Drouin Ristori is the CEO and founder of Goldbroker.com. He follows and analyzes the gold and silver markets since 2008. Fabrice shares his thoughts on the economy, stock markets, geopolitics, gold and silver.

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US Recession Postponed, Debt Wall Looming
All of the models presented predicted that the recession would hit the U.S. by the end of last year, but it still hasn't happened.
Roubini Is Betting On A Resumption Of Inflation Expectations And Forecasts Gold At $3,000
The inflationary era we have entered will not end as long as the easy way out is chosen. In this context, the slowdown in price increases expected in the coming months may be short-lived.
Gold And Fractals: Is The Price Of Gold Determined By Time?
The price of gold behaves in a way that is independent of time.
Gold Is Replacing Real Estate As A Tangible Safe Haven
The Fed's sharp rate hike to fight inflation is having an effect on housing prices, but not yet on employment numbers. The housing slowdown is the largest ever seen in a tightening cycle by the Fed.
Recession, Gold Prices, CBDC: What Economic Developments In 2023?
The global rise in prices condemns the central banks to act through a restrictive monetary policy, which risks putting an end to the reign of illusion and plunging the world economy into the abyss.
How Will The Dollar And Gold Perform In 2023?
The value of the greenback is very important for precious metals, but the prospect of the dollar losing its dominance in international trade is a key component of its future movements and the determination of the price of gold.
Precious Metals Outperformed Stocks And Bonds In 2022
The power of silver's rebound has surprised many, even its most ardent supporters.
Silver, The Next Sector To Be Hit By The "Elon Musk" Effect?
This rise will not be due to one person. The real trigger for the silver squeeze could be the realization by other industry players that they have an interest in investing upstream in the production chain.
China Advances Its Pawns In The Middle East And Places Gold At The Heart Of Its Strategy
The accumulation of gold reserves now allows China to reassure its trading partners about the guarantee offered in the context of transactions envisaged in yuan.
The Importance Of Direct Gold Ownership In A Context Of Mistrust Of Counterparties
American real estate is currently experiencing an even more dramatic correction than in 2007. Prices are falling at a rate not seen since the post-war period.
Gold At $3,000 Among Saxo's 2023 Outrageous Predictions
2023 is the year that the market finally discovers that inflation is set to remain ablaze for the foreseeable future.
Energy Costs, Monetary Policies And The Strength Of Gold
As the year draws to a close, gold is becoming increasingly resistant to the strength of the greenback.
Does Inflation Always Reduce Public Debt?
Faced with the resurgence of inflation, many players are brandishing the idea that rising prices are desirable because they would reduce the burden of debt, which is at historically high levels.
Eurozone: Out Of Control Inflation?
The eurozone has exceeded 10% on average, and the inflection point has not yet appeared, unlike in the United States, where price increases seem to be stabilizing at 8%, giving hope for a decline.
Party Over For Tech, Fed Pivots, De-Dollarization And Precious Metals Stocks
China is continuing its de-dollarization process, while at the same time trying to secure supplies of the raw materials needed for its transition.
Nasdaq, Cryptos, Silver: Persistent Tensions In Markets
Even if the risks of contagion seem to be limited to the cryptocurrency sector for the moment, the consequences of this new black swan remain unknown and are slowing down the market recovery.
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