We have good news and bad news. Good news? The IMF predicted on Tuesday that the world economy will shrink by 4.4% in 2020. Bad News?..
A recurrent theme over the last couple of years, in financial circles, has been the imminent collapse of the dollar. Everyone has a theory as to why this is going to happen.
When gold rose to $1,931 an ounce, the highest settlement in history, it juiced the crowd expecting $2,000 an ounce soon. Marketwatch reported that Goldman Sachs found that cheap. They think $2,000 is a no-brainer.
Precious metals have a limited supply, which means sustained demand. Gold is more prominent, but other industrial-used metals, such as platinum, have a variety of uses in new technology such as hardware that runs cloud software.
Only 3.5 million bitcoin or 19% of total circulating supply is actively traded throughout the world. The rest? Held long-term by investors, according to a new report by crypto analytics company Chainalysis.
If you want 99,999% in your investment in less than a day, just do what John did.
In the midst of the ‘woke culture’, I still get a lot of calls from clients asking whether or not they should consider the gender of a fund manager when choosing one.
Sam Zell is a 77-year-old real estate titan whose net worth is estimated at $5.5 billion. He told Bloomberg last year that he bought gold for the first time in his life as a “good hedge.”
So, if you have a kid aged at least 12, you can become a millionaire. Oh, wait. I misspoke. That kid can become a millionaire without having to be in Hollywood.
Let's take a look at an article written by Jim Rickards on how the price manipulation of the futures markets in gold means that the gold price does not reflect its true value. The COMEX market in the United States and the London Gold metals markets have made an art out of market manipulation of the gold market in futures contracts.