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Three Rules For Making A Winning Investment In Metals
The questions first-time precious metals buyers ask most often are "what should I buy?" and "how do I get started?"
Trump Calls For New Quantitative Easing To Prop Up U.S. Economy
As gold and silver markets continue in choppy trading this spring, bulls are hoping a dovish Fed will sink the dollar and lift the metals.
Is The U.S. Economy Veering Toward A Fed-Induced Recession?
If the economy is so strong, why can’t it take any more interest rate hikes?
Relative Strength Ratios In Metals Markets Hit Rare Extremes
It’s possible last week’s cascading selling rout in palladium ended its multi-year bull market. The formerly white-hot metal lost more than $200/oz (but is beginning to rebound).
So Why Should You Own Gold?
Maybe you haven't added to your stash for quite awhile, and you kinda' forgot why you bought it in the first place.
David Smith: Risk/Reward In Silver Favors Buying Now, Not Waiting For Big Moves
Price rigging and suppression in the futures markets has progressed from conspiracy theory to conspiracy fact.
Michael Pento: Coming QE & Low Rates Will Be ‘Rocket Fuel For Gold’
Nobody wants to be under the market or short the market especially in front of the imminent announcement of a trade deal.
Palladium Pandemonium May Portend A Silver Mania Ahead
In a once rare property crime now trending higher around the world, thieves are stealing precious metals from automobiles.
Craig Hemke: Palladium Blowup Could Expose Scam Of Gold & Silver Futures
The banks simply sopped up the speculative demand by printing new contracts, enough to satisfy all comers.
The Other Debt Bubbles: How Private Sector Debt Could Trigger The Next Financial Crisis
The $22 trillion official national debt is a much discussed problem, even as politicians exhibit zero motivation to do anything about it. But as big an economic overhang as it is, government debt isn’t likely to trigger the next financial crisis.
Peak Gold And The Coming Supply Crunch
During the lackluster and otherwise unremarkable trading of 2018, a hugely important development took place in the precious metals markets. Gold production, in the estimation of some top industry insiders, peaked.
Fed Must Face Reality: No Return To Normalcy For Monetary Policy
More than a decade after the 2008 financial crisis, U.S. monetary policy continues to operate in crisis management mode.
Supply Problems Worsen In Minted Silver
Sales of the Silver American Eagles are off to stronger start this year, and the U.S. Mint has once again been caught flat-footed.
Interview With Lawrence Parks
Parks is founder and executive director of the Foundation of the Advancement of Monetary Education.
The Battle For Venezuela’s Gold Serves As A Lesson In Counterparty Risk
He who controls the gold makes the rules. That old adage applies aptly to the present crisis in Venezuela.
Interview With Axel Merk: Is This A Suckers' Rally?
Higher rates and market risks require active, careful investment management.
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