As the markets and financial system continue to be propped up by an ever-increasing amount of debt and leverage, precious metals investors need to understand the two most important reasons to invest in gold and silver.
Jim Rickards explains how gold has always been a safe and profitable investment.
The buying and selling behaviour of Central Banks had a significant impact on the gold market before and after the 2008 crisis.
Deutsche Bank plans job cuts in the United States
In February China bought nearly all Gold Mine production of the US.
Silver Market to soon end its Hibernation with Significant Upside Volatility
There is no need for Russian and Chinese businesses to pay each other in dollars and euros, when they can settle in rubles and yuan, according to Zhou Liqun, chairman of the Union of Chinese Entrepreneurs in Russia.
By all metrics, inflation is heating up. But it’s not clear the same can said for underlying economic activity.
The latest US sanctions, which sent the Russian currency to its steepest drop in the past three years, surprisingly helped to boost the country’s budget with an extra 232 billion rubles ($3.8 billion).
The second quarter expects to see another gold rally pushed by strong physical demand and the weaker US dollar, according to Boris Mikanikrezai, precious and base metals strategist at Metal Bulletin.