Given China’s importance in the world’s growth story, this is the time to ponder the Middle Kingdom and the potential for a stumble that could affect the markets.
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Concours d’Elegance is a just over month away so now is the perfect time to consider purchasing a collector vehicle as an investment.
I may not personally like investment bankers Goldman Sachs corporate ethics, but when they share their analysis of a major economic trend it‚Äôs best to listen and study how you might prosper from their advice.
I can‚Äôt tell you how committed I am to trying to get you to understand why you need to buy gold and silver to protect your quality of life.
As gold is getting almost impossible to come by, silver is going the same route and shortages are looming on the horizon. Prices will rise to an unprecedented level
Central banks are starting to hoard gold. Why? What’s the real solution to the constant boom and bust of our credit markets?
There are several more brokerages that offer great services. But these 5 should be all the analysis you need.
The way China thinks about the dollar and gold affects every one of us on our precious Amelia Island.
Consumer spending remains weak. Loan demand remains weak. Credit markets are tight. The labor market is weak. Wages are frozen in most industries and the cost of raw materials is higher.
It only takes a few minutes to read the whole thing, but it contains a lifetime of fantastic investing advice.
Gold is the most widely accepted precious metal position, but silver actually has stronger characteristics which could yield better investment returns.
Apparently China is pushing the idea of buying gold and silver for investment purposes to the general population in the way that Western television sells soap powder.
The reasons to be bullish on rates is not fully recognized by the investment community
According to the Wall Street Journal, Goldman Sachs has been disseminating important trading information to favored clients before releasing the information to the masses.
The Optimism is back according to the headlines announcing “A new bull market” and that’s exactly why most investors buy at market tops and sell at bottoms.