One of my sector health gauges for precious metals is looking at cash as a percentage of market capitalization…
Relative to the U.S. equity markets which are down nearly 25% as of this writing, gold is actually outperforming, or the lesser loser.
In a time of high global inflation caused in part by massive money printing and fiscal stimulus experiments, gold SHOULD be rocking. What’s going on…?
China's soaring default rates and mortgage boycotts provide a peek into the true health of the Chinese economy.
Volatility traders are pricing in more risk, and many are turning to cash.
IF this is the beginning of a VIOLENT move upwards, commodities are about to get very expensive
On average, gold stocks are up a higher percentage than the metal. But it’s true, gold stocks “should” be higher given the leverage to rising prices.
The government of China has done a much better job controlling inflation than the U.S. which is about 500% higher than China’s.
After seeing it first-hand 20 years ago for the first time… I was blown away by the results of one particular investment tactic.