Inflation


Yields To Surge As Biden-Yellen Create Record Deficits
Published by Egon Von Greyerz | Mar 5, 2021 | Articles 9629

With pressures on stocks and bonds, the precious metals are falling in sympathy as often is the case at the beginning of falling markets. I have been stating for 20 years, that fundamentally gold and silver are in a very strong uptrend, supported totally by central bank’s destruction of paper money. Within major uptrends, there are always corrections and some are vicious.

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Why the Gold Price Is Declining
Published by Jan Nieuwenhuijs | Mar 5, 2021 | Articles 11625

Since March 2020, inflation expectations have been rising and so did the price of gold. But, from March until September the nominal 10-year Treasury rate barely moved (around 0.6%), after which it began to rise. Since October 2020 the 10-year Treasury rate is rising in a fashion that makes the TIPS rate go up, and thus gold down. At the time of writing the 10-year Treasury rate is roughly 1.6%.

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A Golden Indicator Worth Knowing
Published by Egon Von Greyerz | Feb 26, 2021 | Articles 1726

Egon von Greyerz and Matthew Piepenburg discuss the critical relationship between rising gold prices and negative real (inflation-adjusted) yields. Throughout the 20th century, whenever the rate of CPI inflation grossly outpaced Treasury yields, gold’s price saw dramatic climbs.

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Sisyphean Printing Will Kill Dollar & Bonds
Published by Egon Von Greyerz | Feb 24, 2021 | Articles 11795

The secular bull market in stocks is very likely to finish in 2021. This turn could be at any time. Just like in 2000, it will all happen very quickly and this time it will be the start of a very long and vicious secular bear market. Real assets like gold, silver and platinum will be investors’ life insurance. To hang on to stocks and bonds will totally destroy your wealth and your health.

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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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