Tuesday , 12 December 2017


Asset Allocation

U.S. Stock Market Has Entered the Final Stage of a Super-Charged Tulip Mania

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The U.S. stock market has entered into the last stage, which I call the Super-Charged Tulip Mania. Not only are stock prices inflated well above anything we have ever seen before, but valuations are also reaching heights that are totally unsustainable. This next market crash will not resemble anything similar to what took place during the 2008-2009 U.S. banking and housing market collapse. When the markets cracked in 2008, EVERYTHING went down together. Instead this time around, as the markets tank the precious metals will surge to new highs.

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9 Bullish Arguments for Gold

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Dr. Martin Murenbeeld, chief economist for Dundee Wealth Economics and one of the smartest gold minds around, outlines below his nine bullish arguments for gold.

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Recent Research Concludes: Ideal Portfolio Should Have 27% to 30% Allocated to Gold

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In the early part of the 1980s, there were many seminal gold price studies that showed 5% to 10% of an investment portfolio could have been optimally allocated to gold from 1968 to 1980 to maximize a risk return allocation based on performance. Even today many high profile and alternative financial experts...say a 10% gold allocation makes sense but a closer look at the facts show that they may be a little understated in percentage terms. Let’s take a closer look as to why this may be the case.

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What to Look for When Considering Which Gold Mining Companies to Buy

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While investing in gold mining companies is not quite as simple as novices to this sector might at first conclude, neither is it so overwhelmingly complicated as to make these companies inaccessible to individual, retail investors. Below are a number of things to look for when considering an investment in such companies. Words: 2745

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