The World Gold Council recently noted that the actual demand for gold dipped slightly in 2019. So how does this play against the jump in the precious metal's prices and the flight to safe havens amidst last year's volatility?
The first few weeks of the new decade already introduced a new level of investor anxiety in the markets, the likes of which we haven’t seen in a long time. Perpetual optimism, overconfidence and widespread complacency have caused many investors, analysts and market observers to assume that the historic bull market in US equities was unstoppable. By the end of 2019, almost all major central banks had returned to the easing path...
Our friends at Q-Wealth have just published “The 2020 Survive & Thrive Guide”. Prepared by Daniel Lucas, the information provided holds several interesting topics and some real gems for those interested in jurisdictional diversification and wealth preservation strategies.
A variety of ratios and indicators can be pointed to in order to make that statement: “Stocks are expensive.” However, in the end, you need to remember that you always need a reference point to measure the value of something.
Palladium’s extraordinary rally has the potential for prices to go on and test $3,000 an ounce, according to Goldman Sachs Group Inc.’s Jeffrey Currie, who twinned that outlook with a clear warning that such peaks wouldn’t last for long as the record levels would cut into demand.