Financial Markets

The COMEX Bombarded and Gold Purchases by the BRICS
Published by Laurent Maurel | Jul 22, 2021 | Articles 5713

The sales of futures on the COMEX market, now seen almost every day, are colliding with a background trend for the purchasing of gold by the other central banks, which are starting to lose patience and want to cover themselves in relation to the risks of devaluation of their assets in terms of state bonds and currencies, which are significantly impacted by the current levels of inflation.

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Gold Yields At Least 8% Per Year: Who Can Beat That?
Published by Philippe Herlin | Jun 24, 2021 | Articles 10172

We note an average gold's performance of +8.17% per year, then +8.69% per year over the last twenty years. No liquid asset has performed this well over such a long period. It is reported that an investment offering an annual return of +7.18% can double its capital in ten years. Therefore, gold investors have, on average, doubled their investment every ten years for half a century!

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Gold Is Oversold
Published by Laurent Maurel | Jun 23, 2021 | Articles 5892

What was it that caused the sheer scale of this fall? Did the Fed raise interest rates brusquely and sharply, leading to a reaction like this on gold? The conclusions of the Fed’s meeting last week are far from dramatic, though. Nonetheless, they had the effect of an electric shock.

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The Fed Backed Into A Corner - A Favorable Backdrop For Gold
Published by Laurent Maurel | Jun 15, 2021 | Articles 7596

The intervention by the central banks on the markets is scrambling the message. Assets that have become at risk, in this inflationary backdrop, are being given excessive valuations. By contrast, the values that protect against the upcoming inflation are still being evaluated at very low levels. At any event, this is a very favorable backdrop for assets like gold.

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