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A New Debt Milestone

The U.S. Government debt recently topped an astounding $22 trillion reaching a new debt milestone. The debt is composed of two components: debt held by the public and debt held by government agencies. The public debt is continuously marketed to investors all over the world. This debt is used to fund the deficit as well as to pay off maturing debt. Because investors demand a return on their investment, public debt is subject to interest charges, furthering the ongoing deficit. For a government to manage... Continue Reading

More Symptoms of Economic Trouble

Today, the Institute for Supply Management reported that its manufacturing purchasing managers index fell in February to the lowest level since November 2016. Not coincidentally, it is not the only economic indicator to decline to the lowest levels since that time. Could this mean more symptoms of economic trouble? Of course, November 2016 was when Donald J. Trump was elected President in a victory that caught many off-guard. Since he has been in office, Trump has enacted significant legislation. His administration has performed significant deregulation,... Continue Reading

How to Make the Most of an Investment in Gold

When it comes to making the most of an investment in gold, there is really one simple rule of thumb to follow: Buy as much as you can. With a long-term view and long-term objectives, the more bullion you can acquire the better. Not only does this strategy on how to make the most of an investment in gold provide the most upside appreciation potential, but it comes with other potential benefits as well. Higher Prices: Simple math tells you that the more gold you... Continue Reading

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Even Gold Mining Companies Have Problems

So you’ve got a hole in the ground and you’re mining a precious metal and selling it on the open market. What could possibly go wrong? Plenty, actually. The gold mining industry as a whole is nearing a point where they’ll need to reduce output or even shut down some of their operations completely. With the price of gold reaching a four-year low, mines are being forced to slash costs and rethink their strategies. Gold prices have lost ground to the U.S. dollar which has... Continue Reading

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Former Fed Chairman Alan Greenspan on Gold

Where will gold be in five years? “HIGHER.” How much Higher? “MEASURABLY!” Former Fed Chairman Alan Greenspan spoke Wednesday to the Council on Foreign Relations. He said QE ultimately fell short of its goals referring to the end of the bond-buying program, which aimed to lower unemployment and spur stronger economic growth. Mr. Greenspan’s comments to the Council came as Fed officials were meeting in Washington, D.C., and expected to announce within hours the end of bond purchases. Mr. Greenspan said the bond-buying program was... Continue Reading

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Fall Markets Get Spooked, Gold Investors Sleep Easy

It appears that Halloween is not the only thing spooking investors during the month of October. Global fear, a weak European Economy and low interest rates have sent markets on a roller coaster ride. For those who invest in physical gold, the ride has been much smoother. A Volatility buffet. Gold has performed as advertised for investors while markets have spiked and plummeted. During times of uncertainty and volatility, gold serves as a safe haven for investors and the last two weeks have certainly been... Continue Reading

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What does the recent gold mining unrest mean for gold investors?

Last Wednesday, AngloGold Ashanti (JSE:ANG) (NYSE:AU) became the latest of  major gold mining companies to announce a major restructuring. Their shares dropped 16% in the wake of the announcing the need to raise $2.1 billion in a rights issue to spin its international assets into a new London-listed company. This move follows mining giant BHP Billiton’s (ASX:BHP) recent decision to split some of its less profitable assets into a new Australian-listed company. Fellow gold miner Gold Fields (NYSE, JSE:GFI) also split its South African assets... Continue Reading

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3 Reasons Now is a Golden Opportunity to Buy Gold

Have you ever purchased something on sale? Have you ever purchased something because you felt you were getting it for cheaper than it was actually worth? If you have ever made such a purchase you may be an investor that understands value. Unfortunately, many retail investors make decisions based on fear and emotion instead of value. They sell when they should buy and they buy when they should sell. Humans are inherently followers. Chasing the herd can get you in trouble. Gold is down 9%... Continue Reading

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Investor Insider: Why Investors Love American Eagle Gold Coins

Investors traditionally invest in gold for the stability, liquidity and the diversification it adds to their investment portfolio. There are many ways to invest in physical gold. Experienced investors and industry experts agree that one of the safest ways to add gold to your overall investment portfolio is by purchasing certain gold coins. One of the best, pure play, gold coin investments is the American Gold Eagle. As a service to our readership and clients, we have outlined the characteristics of American Eagle Gold coins... Continue Reading

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Mining Your Own Business: How The Cost of Mining Gold Affects Your Retirement Portfolio

There are many reasons to invest in Gold. You’ve probably bought gold because it serves as a great hedge against inflation, powerful retirement investment or volatility dampener in your IRA. Maybe also, because you realize it will be almost impossible for governments to escape the consequences of all the debt they’ve amassed. You may also hold gold because you have little faith that politicians will be able to create a realistic strategy to avoid the myriad of monetary, fiscal or economic crises that may arise.... Continue Reading

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