Sunday , 28 May 2017


Gold

The Real Deal: How to Detect Fake Gold & Silver

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In recent years, the production of fake silver and gold bullion products has been on the rise and the following post will show you how to detect such products and avoid the major financial loss that would occur in doing so.

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U.S. Fixation On Gold Unlikely to End Any Time Soon

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While it is true that there have been some hiccups along the way, such as Roosevelt’s confiscation of gold in 1933, it is unlikely that America’s fixation on gold will end any time soon. Below are the facts regarding the history of gold in the USA.

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Gold Price Dependent on Extent of Money Supply NOT Direction of US Dollar Index – Here’s Why

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...When the USD starts to rise many assume that this is negative for paper gold ETFs such as GLD as well as physical gold. I'm sure you have heard it before, if the USD goes up then gold goes down, and vice versa...but, in reality, this "rule of thumb" isn't the case and, in actuality, it would be impossible for the USD and gold to trade inversely with each other. Let me explain.

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What Do Current Low Interest Rates Mean For the Future Price of Gold?

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Investors commonly assume that rising interest rates adversely impact the gold price, and vise versa. They believe that a rising interest rate environment is indicative of a strong economy, which is supposed to drive investors out of gold and into the stock market. They further assume that investors will want to exchange their gold, which has no yield, for stocks and bonds, both of which have yields and generate income but this intuition is unfounded. Let me explain why that is the case ans why, as such, gold investors shouldn't fear rising interest rates.

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