Investors should be well-diversified according to billionaire investor Ray Dalio, founder of Bridgewater Associates. Dalio thinks there’s an economic shift that will soon happen. He used history to explain the looming global currency threat.
We're all looking for an investment strategy that works consistently. Perhaps a valuation technique, a technical strategy, or a way to predict which funds will outperform.While investors go to great lengths to create such cleverly named strategies as "Japanese cloud" formations and "economic surprise" indicators, no methodology seems to work all the time.
Three of the most valuable metals in the world are so rare that they could become a factor in the difference between global technological dominance and military superiority on one hand, and the loss of superpower status on the other.
The Brink's Company is an American company that provides secure logistics and cash management services. It's headquartered outside Richmond, Virginia. It’s one of the biggest in the world. They are so big that they buy other big companies.
Like any other limited natural resource, there is a finite supply of gold in the world. At some point, the world’s supply of new gold will run out. The only question is how far away that day is.
A fleet of six Scout robots began their working life by delivering packages to Amazon Prime customers in the Snohomish County of Washington, in early 2019. The robots continued to operate through the coronavirus pandemic. From late-July, Amazon expanded its Scout trials to Atlanta, Georgia and Franklin, Tennessee.
We’ve talked about how desperate the world is becoming for gold. Gone are the days when gold is just for jewelry. Gold is now used to cure cancer and other diseases. It is used for the covid19 vaccine. It is used to produce oxygen on Mars and many others.
Gold has been used in science and a variety of ways for hundreds of years. One of the most common usages is in old timepieces. Watches and clocks were essential tools for navigation and timekeeping before the advent of GPS and modern atomic clocks we take for granted. These instruments were both delicate and complicated and the components needed to be reliable and accurate.
Long ago, the U.S. had a gold standard. This meant people could exchange their dollars for a fixed amount of gold. If I have my way, I would like to reinstate the gold standard. Why? Because the gold standard is rigid… unbending… uncompromising.
There are different ways to own gold. You can buy gold and keep it in your home or a safe or wherever you may please. You can buy stocks of a mining company. There is also a gold ETF, gold futures, and gold IRA. So, how is one different from the other?