The Credit Cycle Is Running Its Course–Plan For It

The Credit Cycle Is Running Its Course–Plan For It

In the first two credit-tightening cycles of the last 27 years, the US central bank hiked its base interest rate 108% from August 1992 to May 2000 (3 to 6.5), and 425% from June 2003 to June 2006 (1 to 5.25).
May 8, 2019 0 Comments
Russia's Central Bank Chief: Love Of Gold Stems From Need To Diversify

Russia's Central Bank Chief: Love Of Gold Stems From Need To Diversify

In 2018, Russia overtook China as the world’s fifth largest official sector gold holder, preceded only by France, Italy, Germany and the U.S.

Analysts have suggested that Russia is buying up gold to diversify against the U.S. dollar.
April 29, 2019 0 Comments
Gold Q1 Recap, and What to Watch Ahead

Gold Q1 Recap, and What to Watch Ahead

The gold price ended 2018 at $1,279 per ounce, after surging 5.3% the last two months of the year. Gold was flat the first three weeks of 2019, then jumped to $1,343.75 by February 20, a 5% increase. It gave most of the gains back in response to the rise in equity prices and progress on trade talks with China, ending the quarter up 1%.
April 25, 2019 0 Comments
Silver Versus Debt, Delusions And Devaluation

Silver Versus Debt, Delusions And Devaluation

The Fed backpedaled on interest rate hikes and balance sheet reductions. QE, a short-term emergency burst of monetization, now looks like a permanent fixture in the Fed’s bag of tools that devalues the dollar and transfers wealth to the financial and political elite.
April 17, 2019 0 Comments

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