Counterfeiting has been around for centuries. It’s big business. But with the recent discovery of fake gold bars bearing a highly respected mark, where you buy has become more important than what you buy.
Reports of gold’s death have been greatly exaggerated. Despite recent profit-taking, gold is still up more than 20% this year. And it is likely to remain a hot ticket in 2016 as the global market struggles…
We are only five months into 2016, and sales of gold coins at the U.S. Mint have nearly doubled. Demand for physical gold is soaring, and even the Fed will have trouble slowing its ascent.
Wall Street is finally jumping on board the gold bull train. But this broad acceptance could mean that the biggest gold rally in 25 years is due for a well-deserved rest.
Gold bullion is an excellent way to protect your wealth during a market crisis. But acquiring and storing bullion outside the U.S. has long been a problem … until now.
Buy stocks when they’re cheap. It’s one of the tenets of many hedge fund strategies. And right now, gold mining stocks are cheap … 12-year-low cheap.
With fiat currencies headed toward failure, and central banks desperate to avoid catastrophe, it’s time to ask yourself: What is gold really worth?
Money should never be free. And yet, it’s a paradigm we are headed toward with the Fed pursuing the possibility of negative rates. As my grandmother said, if something’s free, it’s worth exactly what you paid for it.
Fear has nearly obliterated gold mining stocks. It’s as if gold is trading at a 50% discount, when, in fact, gold is on a monster run. When Wall Street gets emotional, it can open up phenomenal opportunities.