Secondary market products – coins, rounds, and bars that are being resold rather than sold for the first time as brand new – can be the most costeffective option for investors, provided they can be purchased at a discount.
Gold and silver investors have been watching the Department of Justice investigation of criminal price rigging at JPMorgan Chase and other bullion banks carefully. Several crooked traders have pled guilty to “spoofing” the markets and more have been indicted.
The run up of the last few months to $1,565 gold and $19 silver has stalled out into a relatively high-level correction, giving back less than might be expected after such a spirited rise. Many people are focusing on the downside, without asking themselves, "What's the relative reward?"
The U.S. Treasury printed another $243 billion worth of paper money in 2018, with the majority being issued as $100 Federal Reserve Notes. What’s interesting is that the Reserve Banks estimated the number of notes they were going to remove from circulation and destroy accounted for 75% of the U.S.…
Michael Pento of Pento Portfolio Strategies joins me for another top-flight interview as we discuss some major stresses in the financial system that are going to result in some serious issues in the economy. He also talks about the trade summit happening next month and what it will likely mean for…
Global silver supply is heavily dependent on one factor that is overlooked by the majority of precious metals analysts. For some odd reason, analysts only consider the cost of this factor and not the future supply.
To Commemorate the 100th Anniversary of that Event, the Mexican Mint Began Production of a Gold Bullion Coin Called the "Centenario" http://moneymetals.blogspot.com/2019/09/to-commemorate-100th-anniversary-of.html