Arkadiusz Sieron










Is Silver The New Gold?
Author Arkadiusz Sieron | Published by Goldbroker ™ | Mar 26, 2021 | Articles 1271

Many investors buy silver for the same reasons that they purchase gold – it’s a rare, monetary metal which may be used as an inflation hedge, a safe-haven asset against tail risks, or a portfolio diversifier. It’s just cheaper than gold – and this is why it’s often called the poor man’s gold.

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Will Trump-Biden Twin Deficit Support Gold?
Author Arkadiusz Sieron | Published by Goldbroker ™ | Mar 23, 2021 | Articles 1279

Twins. Many parents will tell you that they double the blessing. But economists would disagree, claiming that twins – i.e., twin deficits – could be negative for the economy. The recent deterioration in the U.S. current account and fiscal balance has sparked renewed debate over the twin deficit and its impact on the exchange rate – and the price of gold.

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ECB Accelerates Its Asset Purchases - Gold Needs Fed to Follow Suit
Author Arkadiusz Sieron | Published by Goldbroker ™ | Mar 14, 2021 | Articles 654

So far, only the ECB has intervened in the markets, but other central banks could follow suit. This week, the Fed will announce its decision on the monetary policy. And we cannot exclude that the American central bank will also signal a more dovish stance to calm the turmoil in the bond markets and prevent further increases in the interest rates. One thing is certain: gold needs some fresh dovish hints from the Fed to go up.

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Will Biden Overheat the Economy and Gold?
Author Arkadiusz Sieron | Published by Goldbroker ™ | Feb 19, 2021 | Articles 128

Although the expectations of higher fiscal stimulus plunged gold prices in January, more government spending – and expansion in budget deficits and public debt – could ultimately turn out to be supportive factors for gold. Especially if easy fiscal policy will be accompanied by the accommodative monetary policy – in particular quantitative easing and a rising Fed’s balance sheet – and inflation.

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