There has been much discussion recently about the growing cost of running to be President of the United States.
Last April gold investment analysts where excited to see a new institutional player enter the gold market.
We’ve talked about the Eurozone a lot these last few months
There has been a range of intelligent analytical opinions recently espoused, seeking to explain the action in the gold price this last six months. Whilst we have found articulations focused on consolidation most conducive, quality analysis has not just been found this side of the debate. Outside of lazy assertions that the gold bubble has burst, the … Continue reading “Gold Takes a Spring Break”
China has been trying to diversify her foreign exchange reserves for some time.
Will Bancroft takes a look at America and the West’s decision to force Iran out of the global payments system, SWIFT, and what these geo-politics mean for investors. Read more to learn if Washington may have stumbled again in its management of the dollar.
Gold investors have had to endure quite a lot in the last six months.
Will Bancroft takes a look at the growing attention that gold is getting from investors and the media.
Read this article for a brief analysis on recent opinions on whether gold can ever return to the heart of the monetary system, and for whether we need government to be involved in this vitally important part of our economic lives. Does the internet and payments system mean a game changer for payments of gold bullion?
In another look at the silver market, Will Bancroft takes a look at Eric Sprott’s call to silver miners in November 2011. Have the suppliers of silver bullion to the market taken heed? Are the miners reclaiming the silver price? Read on to see how Mr Sprott’s call has been received, whether the miners are rethinking their precious product.