Fed’s Extreme Measures Are a Very Bad Thing

Fed’s Extreme Measures Are a Very Bad Thing

The Federal Reserve and the US government are rerunning the exact same policies they turned to in the wake of the 2008 financial crisis, but on a much grander scale. We have bigger QE, more money printing, more government spending and bigger deficits. Case in point — the money supply grew at a record rate in April with no sign of slowing down.
May 29, 2020 0 Comments
Bullion shortage panic - what to do

Bullion shortage panic - what to do

An unsurprising consequence of the COVID-19 outbreak and the resulting flood of easy money (dwarfing even that of 2008) is a surge in demand for physical gold and silver. The spike in demand for bullion coins is so strong, some mints sold their entire inventories in record time. This has happened before, but this time, mines around the world are shutting down as whole...
May 22, 2020 0 Comments
Gold rises over 1.7% as U.S. Fed ramps up support measures

Gold rises over 1.7% as U.S. Fed ramps up support measures

March 24 (Reuters) - Gold prices rose on Tuesday, following a near 4% jump in the previous session after the U.S. Federal Reserve announced unprecedented measures to support an economy which is reeling from the coronavirus pandemic.
March 23, 2020 0 Comments
U.S. Mint Silver Eagle Sales Surge First Three Days In March Due To Global Contagion

U.S. Mint Silver Eagle Sales Surge First Three Days In March Due To Global Contagion

When investors become increasingly concerned about the financial system, they rush into physical precious metals.  And, this is precisely what we see taking place at the U.S. Mint as sales of Silver Eagles surged in the first three days of March versus the entire month of February.  The U.S. Mint hasn’t seen this type of buying for several years.
March 5, 2020 0 Comments

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