Economics


Gold Rises as Financial Faith Weakens
Published by Matthew Piepenburg | Apr 5, 2021 | Articles 759

Despite all the reasons discussed in preceding reports (i.e., money supply, commodity super cycles, deficit spending, and governmental credit guarantees to commercial banks) as to what we see as the current as well as future inevitability of rising inflation, there are many credible individuals, including those who strongly favor gold, who see a very different horizon.

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Inflation, Crypto, Command Economies and Gold
Published by Matthew Piepenburg | Mar 29, 2021 | Articles 1642

Gold is a wise investment in an increasingly broken, desperate and hence repressive environment. But how one purchases, owns and secures it is a critical matter. Individuals going forward will have more freedoms than regulated institutions to hold portions of their wealth outside of such openly and increasingly centralized financial systems.

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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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It Is Decision Time For Gold
Published by Laurent Maurel | Mar 23, 2021 | Articles 15345

Since January, gold has come back to the bottom of its consolidation flag, then in fact regained its bear trend set off in this dollar short squeeze. This was decision time for gold, at a crucial moment where we are witnessing a exhaustion of the dollar short squeeze and a cracking of the entire bond market, both at the same time. Within the next few days, gold is going to have to decide if it will regain its status as a safe haven.

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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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