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Posts tagged 'global economy'

A Staggering Number of Businesses Are Set to Collapse as COVID-19 Continues to Accelerate - Nathan McDonald (July 10, 2020)

By Nathan McDonald 3 days ago 1857 Views No comments

Despite the chaos of the world around us, despite spiking COVID-19 cases, and despite a record number of businesses shuttering their doors (many never to re-open again), markets remain relatively healthy.

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U.S. Debt Is Growing Out of Control, Precious Metals Lagging Behind, but for How Long? - Nathan McDonald (June 19, 2020)

By Nathan McDonald 24 days ago 8969 Views No comments

Without a doubt, gold and silver bullion have offered protection throughout the course of the COVID-19 crisis. They have helped people weather the storm and have stood their ground, unlike many other sectors of the economy.

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U.S. National Debt Blows Past $26 Trillion, Increases by $2 Trillion in Just Two Months - Nathan McDonald (June 12, 2020)

By Nathan McDonald 1 month ago 10278 Views 1 comment

The good times must continue, the party must go on—and come hell or high water, that is exactly what governments around the world plan on making happen, no matter the long-term cost.

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The New Normal​ - Paul Wong (June 5, 2020)​

By Paul Wong 1 month ago 3105 Views No comments

Gold bullion1 continued to deliver strong performance and was up 14.04% YTD through May 31, 2020, and 32.54% YOY. At the same time, gold mining equities (SGDM)2 have gained 18.26% YTD, and 61.70% YOY as of May 31. This compares to -4.97% YTD and 12.84% YOY returns for the S&P 500 TR Index.6 Silver posted substantial gains in May and is on the move again.

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Civil Unrest, Trade Wars, Crashing GDP, Bankruptcies, COVID-19: Bull Market? - Nathan McDonald (June 5, 2020)

By Nathan McDonald 1 month ago 3375 Views No comments

As the threat of COVID-19 reared its ugly head and the economy shut down, things went south—and they went south quickly.

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Can the West Survive Another Economic Shutdown? - Nathan McDonald (May 29, 2020)

By Nathan McDonald 1 month ago 2800 Views No comments

We are now entering into the "new normal", the post COVID-19 age, in which things will be radically different for the near-to-medium term.

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Scotiabank Jumps Ship - Craig Hemke (May 12, 2020)

By Craig Hemke 2 months ago 43997 Views No comments

The announcement last week that the Bank of Nova Scotia is exiting the precious metals business is just another curious development in the dark, secret world of international bullion banking.

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Get Used to It: COVID-19 Taxes Are Coming, Will Remain Indefinitely - Nathan McDonald (May 08, 2020)

By Nathan McDonald 2 months ago 32035 Views 2 comments

Governments do not produce and they do not create. At best they facilitate various services—and oftentimes very poorly when compared to the private sector. However, what governments do fantastically is collect and spend the resources that the private sector creates.

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Where Have All the Specs Gone? - Craig Hemke (May 5, 2020)

By Craig Hemke 2 months ago 113323 Views No comments

One might think that the current madness combined with QE∞ from the global central banks would lead to surging speculator interest in owning and trading COMEX precious metals futures. But the opposite is true. How weird is that?

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Russell Napier and the “Library of Mistakes” (Why Economists With History Books Like Gold) - Peter Diekmeyer (May 4, 2020)

By Peter Diekmeyer 2 months ago 94560 Views No comments

Recent podcasts suggest a tendency among forecasters with big book collections to like gold. Advisors with bare walls in their offices appear to like whatever their friends are buying.

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The Next Financial Crisis: A Global Debt Bomb Is Being Primed to Go Off - Nathan McDonald (May 1, 2020)

By Nathan McDonald 2 months ago 11582 Views No comments

Central bankers and governments around the world are attempting to stem the economic disaster resulting from lock-downs caused by the Coronavirus outbreak, which to this date has brought about one of the most prolific expansions of debt the world has ever seen.

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The Prospects for Physical Gold and Silver Have Never Been Better - David Brady (April 30, 2020)

By David Brady 2 months ago 11925 Views No comments

My primary method of trading and investing is based almost exclusively on applying the Mosaic Theory. In simple terms, this means taking seemingly disparate pieces of information, connecting the dots, and forming a cogent hypothesis for what’s ahead. In fact, I use this approach in almost everything I do. It’s like throwing mud at a wall and seeing what sticks. It may mean more work in terms of research, but ultimately the payoff is well worth the effort.


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PRECIOUS-Gold set for best month in 4 years as central banks unleash stimulus

By Thomson Reuters 2 months ago 406 Views No comments

(Adds ECB statement, updates prices) * ECB keeps rates unchanged at policy meeting * U.S. Fed keeps interest rates near zero * Gold up more than 9% so far this month

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RPT-COLUMN-Can gold keep rallying even as physical demand plunges?: Russell

By Thomson Reuters 2 months ago 423 Views No comments

By Clyde Russell

Imagine a commodity that posted a strong 12.8% rally in prices in the first quarter despite demand dropping a staggering 26% as buying collapsed in the world's two biggest consumers. Welcome to the weird world of gold.

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Gold demand rises as investor buying spree offsets jewelry plunge- GFMS

By Thomson Reuters 2 months ago 423 Views No comments

LONDON, April 30 (Reuters) - Global gold demand rose in the first quarter as a surge in investment as the coronavirus outbreak convulsed global markets offset sharp falls in appet

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