“Physical Gold Is the Way to Go”: Mobius
Veteran investor Mark Mobius is bullish on gold as central banks cut interest rates and print more money. He recommends that investors hold 10% of their portfolios in physical gold.
Sep 11, 2019 | Huileng Tan |
Why Low Interest Rates Could Cause a “Colossal Reckoning”
A rate cut is all the buzz right now both in Washington and on Wall Street. But according to best-selling financial author and long-term Wall Street insider William Cohan, low interest rates could lead to the next financial crisis.
Sep 04, 2019 | Iryna Kirby |
Hedge Funds “All-In” on Gold as Fiat “Race to the Bottom” Accelerates
The world’s largest hedge funds have now gone all-in on gold as the trade wars continue and the next recession looms around the corner. The scene has been set for more bullish gold pressure, and it’s time for investors across the board to shift their focus to precious metals.
Aug 31, 2019 | ZeroHedge |
The Risks Are Rising That the Dollar Could Lose Its Special Global Standing
The US dollar is the world’s reserve currency, but it may soon lose that status. Economic sanctions and protectionist trade initiatives by the US are clearing the way for China and the EU to promote their currencies as alternatives to the dollar. In this article, James MacCormack explains what lies ahead for our dollar.
Aug 27, 2019 | James McCormack |
Blain: The Dumbest Market Moment I Have Ever Seen
Since the Great Recession, record-low interest rates have made the stock market soar, but they have neither rebuilt manufacturing and infrastructure nor benefited the average American. In this open letter to Fed Chairman Powell, Bill Blain argues why our central bank should shift its focus from cutting rates to normalizing rates, which would encourage investments in productive assets and make Americans’ pensions less vulnerable to the next market crash.
Aug 16, 2019 | Bill Blain |
We’re Leveraging Into the Next Crisis
After the Great Recession, economists agreed that too much debt had triggered the crisis and that we must deleverage. This has not happened. Instead, global debt has increased by over $100 trillion, and this time when the bubble bursts, it’s going to cause way more pain than the crash a decade ago.
Aug 06, 2019 | Jesse Colombo |