Tag Archive: balance sheets

A Prime Example

Last week brought with it numerous geopolitical issues and the highly anticipated central bank symposium in Jackson, Hole, Wyoming that is sponsored by the Kansas City Federal Reserve and takes place each year. Central banks have been a key area of focus for investors in recent months, as many are now in the process of attempting to normalize monetary policies and reign in swollen balance sheets. The Fed’s role is so critical, in fact, that even U.S. President Donald Trump has voiced his concerns over... Continue Reading

Get All the Silver You Can At Current Levels

The Silver market has made repeated attempts to break away from its recent trading range, yet it has thus far failed each and every time. You know what they say about a rubber band though, don’t you? You can stretch a rubber band repeatedly right up to its breaking point and it snaps back-until it doesn’t. And when that rubber band finally gives way to the forces pulling on it, it tends to snap in quick and decisive fashion. Such may prove to be the... Continue Reading

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Deutsche Bank Warns Gold Price Should Be Much Higher Based on Central Bank Balance Sheet

Gold could be worth far more than what speculators and traders have determined to be the current spot price. There’s a hidden indicator for the intrinsic price of gold that many investors have ignored. In addition to looking at the cost of mining gold, the level of government debt and total gold production, a major indicator that perceptive investors should pay attention to is central banks’ balance sheets. According to Deutsche Bank’s Michael Hsueh and Grant Sporre, there is a correlation between the rates at... Continue Reading