Friday , 21 September 2018


Gold & Silver

Why Investors Turn to Copper as an Inflation Hedge

Every year, a vast amount of copper is used by the global economy to manufacture a wide variety of goods. It’s a major ingredient in big-ticket consumer goods like autos, appliances, electronics, and new homes. Simultaneously, copper is also gobbled up for many industrial uses including telecommunications, utilities, construction, and industrial machinery. Today’s infographic comes to us from Kutcho Copper, and it shows the red metal’s important role in the economy, as well as why it has become a famous economic bellwether.

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Gold: Going To $10,000?

What will drive the gold price to new record highs over the coming months and years? We look at the dangerous developments in monetary policies. macro-economics and geo-political tensions that make an allocation to physical gold prudent for both investors and those with pensions.

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These Minerals Are Critical to U.S. Economic & National Security

What do cobalt, uranium, helium, titanium, and fluorspar have in common? According to the U.S. government, these are all minerals that are deemed critical to both the economic and national security of the country. The list of 35 minerals (listed below) includes those that are important for defense, economic, and industrial purposes – and it keys in especially on minerals that are not produced in substantial quantities domestically.

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Silver Is In A Massive Bull Market – Here’s Why

It's Economics 101. Price works to balance supply and demand. Limited supply causes higher prices; higher prices help curb demand...[and] that equation is playing out right now in the silver market. Mined silver supplies have been drying up over the past few years, while silver prices have climbed 20% in the same time frame...

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