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Gold, and Risk-Adjusted Returns

Gold | February 11, 2019

Imagine two investments. After holding both for a period of one year they independently deliver the exact same return. For all intents and purposes, these two investments are the same right? Wrong. They could in fact be very different despite the identical returns. This difference is the risk-adjusted return. A risk-adjusted return is a measurement […]

Gold Miners Are Trading Drills for Deals

Gold | January 28, 2019

It’s getting prohibitively difficult to source gold deposits. Mining companies are learning that the easy-to-access gold is all but gone. Now, finding gold means excessive exploration costs. Even when they make a find the cost of getting the location up to production is exorbitant. Therefore, the mining companies are finding a different way to get […]

The True Cost of the Government Shutdown (and Why It Bolsters the Case for Gold)

Gold | January 24, 2019

It’s not just the 800,000 Federal workers who are hurt from this partial government shutdown, which now scores the dubious honor of being the longest ever in U.S. history. It’s the United States economy too. The partial government shutdown has a spiraling impact on the economy and is hurting economic growth. Real GDP growth is […]

Precious Metals Are on the Move

Gold | January 17, 2019

The Wall Street pros who said gold would have a good year got it right. For the past six weeks, the price of gold has climbed straight up. In fact, the price of gold recently touched a major level that many traders and investors watch: $1,300 an ounce. Why is this important? The $1,300 level […]

How “Relativity” Plays into Gold Investments

Gold | January 7, 2019

The world is complex and it’s getting more complicated. The global marketplace is increasingly interconnected. What impacts one economy impacts another. This dynamic is also true of investment vehicles. Assets as different as equities and gold influence on one another. This concept is important in today’s stock market because a dimming equities picture is forcing […]