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  • The Case for Gold at $3,000 an Ounce

    If you hadn't already guessed, this article is about what the world looks like when Gold is $3,000 per ounce. Gold always looks the same, regardless of price. But the world can look much different, depending on the price of Gold. Today we will explore the forces at work that seem to be conspiring to...
  • How Does Gold Extraction Work?

    While we all know that mining is an existential part of the precious metals industry, the sourcing side of things has been somewhat overshadowed in recent years by often glitzier news of spot prices and market valuations. But with mining headlines picking as of late, (read: the industry blockbus...
  • Is the Bull Stock Market Dead?

    October has been a historically bad month for the US stock market. Dropping 8.8 percent before Halloween. If that isn’t scary enough, the market’s performance over October has been its worst since the last 9 years, since the financial crisis of 2008, and many believe that the worst is far from o...
  • Holidays That Celebrate With Gold

    It’s common knowledge that consumer spending typically spikes during the holiday season, which, if you haven’t been paying attention, is now officially upon us. According to Deloitte, 2018 should be no different. Their annual holiday economic forecast anticipates an increase in retail sales o...
  • 5 Coins You’ve Never Seen Before

    1. Engraved 1921 US Silver Dollar Coin An Instagram artist has created a coin that is absolutely crushing the Internet. Last week, Roman Booteen posted on his Instagram on his Instagram a video of a coin with a wild hidden feature that is currently going viral on the Internet. Booteen uses a 19...
  • Stablecoin Cryptocurrencies Based On Golden Standards

    Last week, we wrote about the Cyber Threat Alliance’s recent report exposing significant upticks in cases of illicit cryptocurrency mining. While it’s true that cryptos have been plagued – at least recently – by such negative findings, price volatility, performance pitfalls and varying degre...
  • Market drops 1,300 points, While Gold Surges

    As of Thursday, the Dow had dropped an astounding 1,300 points over the last two days with many stocks reaching 52-week lows. After a rocky morning of premarket trading, the major exchanges had pared their losses by midday, looking to regain their footing. But by mid-afternoon, sell-offs intensi...
  • More & More Countries are Buying Gold

    Many countries’ central banks are buying gold in part because of its very affordable price. Several countries have made their first major purchase of gold reserves, some for the first time in over 10 years. Could we be seeing an upward trend for gold soon? This summer, Poland made its large...
  • Barrick-Rangold Merger. What Does it Mean for Gold?

    Spend any amount of time skimming business headlines as of late, and you may find yourself concluding that mergers and acquisitions are all the rage these days. Industries from health care to telecom to groceries have all been shaken up and, in some cases, totally transformed in the wake of rece...
  • High Real Estate is an Opportunity for Gold

    An oft-repeated moniker about investing is that the cure for high prices is high prices. Conversely, the cure for low prices is often low prices. What this essentially means is that when the price of something becomes unreasonably high, demand begins to decrease, which pulls the price lower. When ...

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