Silver and Gold vs. CPI at Historic Inflection Points

Published by Mike Roy | May 30, 2024 | 7440

This week, we'll look at charts of both gold and silver vs. the United States Consumer Price Index, which essentially uses a basket of goods and services to measure the cost of living in the United States over time. Another way to look at these charts is that they are measuring the metals against in...

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Historic Tensions on the Silver Market

Published by Thomas Andrieu | May 28, 2024 | 14428

In 2024, with almost one in five ounces now dedicated to the photovoltaic industry, tensions on the silver market are mounting. Against this backdrop, the price of the grey metal would be headed for good prospects. While the breakout from the $26/oz level has now been confirmed, analysis of the beha...

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Gold vs. Debt Money

Published by Julien Chevalier | May 21, 2024 | 7927

Money, as a medium of exchange, has existed throughout human history in many different forms. For centuries, there has been a constant tension between those who advocate hard, metallic money and those who defend credit money or debt money.

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Inflation Is Definitely Back in the United States

Published by Laurent Maurel | May 17, 2024 | 8878

Inflation seems to be making a comeback in the United States, as shown by the core PPI figures, which indicate an increase in prices paid by manufacturers. The pulses observed on this indicator foreshadow an increase in prices paid by consumers, pointing to a further rise in the core CPI in the mont...

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