Tag: inflation

Inflation Is Underway, How To Protect?

| March 31, 2014 | Category: Investing
Inflation Is Underway, How To Protect?

The conclusion is inescapable: One must buy gold and silver now, before the masses rush in. The upcoming inflationary storm will encompass most of the globe, so the amount of demand could push prices far higher than many think. Your neighbors will soon be buying. We suggest beating them to the punch. Gold speaks every language, is highly liquid anywhere in the world, and is a proven store of wealth over thousands of years.

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Will Inflation Make A Comeback In 2014 When The Consensus Worries About Deflation

Will Inflation Make A Comeback In 2014 When The Consensus Worries About Deflation

The Incrementum Inflation Signal started showing rising inflationary momentum after a period of 19 month of disinflation. Is Inflation making a comeback just as the consensus worries about deflation risk? That was the subject of Incrementum’s first Advisory Board in which much respected names have a seat.

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The Renaissance Of Gold In Classic Finance Will Continue

The Renaissance Of Gold In Classic Finance Will Continue

Regarding the US dollar, global confidence for it as reserve currency has definitely started to wane. Without a return to sound financial and monetary policy the US dollar sooner or later will be questioned sooner or later. I am absolutely certain, that the renaissance of gold in classical finance will continue.

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Why Gold Isn’t A Perfect Inflation Hedging Tool

| February 17, 2014 | Category: Investing
Why Gold Isn’t A Perfect Inflation Hedging Tool

It’s no news that inflation is one of the biggest retirement risks. There is a school of though that allocating a portion your self-directed IRA to precious metals – like gold or its stocks – could help hedge against inflation. In fact, with buzzes going around that inflation is around the corner, gold IRA rollover is becoming increasingly popular. But, in reality, gold isn’t the ultimate inflation-hedging tool it’s being made to be. Here is why.

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Precious Metals: Hedges In Inflationary Or Deflationary Depressions

| January 15, 2014 | Category: Economy
Precious Metals: Hedges In Inflationary Or Deflationary Depressions

Fire and Ice have little impact upon gold and silver. Gold and silver were money long before the unholy union of fractional reserve banking and government unleashed Fire and Ice upon our world through inflating paper currencies and deflating debt. It is time to protect our financial future with gold and silver – Fire and Ice resistant assets.

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Inflation vs Deflation – Monetary Tectonics In 25 Amazing Charts

Inflation vs Deflation – Monetary Tectonics In 25 Amazing Charts

How is gold impacted in this inflation vs deflation war? The key conclusion of the research is that, due to the fractional reserve banking system and the dynamics of the ‘monetary tectonics’, inflationary and deflationary phases will alternate in the foreseeable future. Gold, being a monetary asset in the view of Austrian economics, tends to rise in inflationary periods and decline during times of disinflation. The key take-away for investors is to position themselves accordingly and consider price declines as buying opportunities for the coming inflationary period.

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Is Gold A Good Investment At These Lower Prices?

| December 16, 2013 | Category: Investing
Is Gold A Good Investment At These Lower Prices?

Gold has been the most popular precious metal to invest in for many years, but is it still worth the investment today? There is no denying the decline of gold on the market today, but that doesn’t necessarily mean that gold is not a good investment.

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The Coordinated Effort To Suppress The Gold Price

| December 1, 2013 | Category: Price
The Coordinated Effort To Suppress The Gold Price

In this interview with Dimitri Speck, the gold price suppression scheme of the last 2 decades is discussed. In terms of gold’s outlook, the most likely scenario is one comparable to the current Japan: suppress deflation, stimulate slight inflation while avoiding strong inflation. In this scenario, the velocity of money will increase, savers will step out of the banking system, inflation will occur in asset and consumer prices. Gold is the best hedge in such a scenario.

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Silver Fundamentals – The Historian Perspective

| November 20, 2013 | Category: Investing
Silver Fundamentals – The Historian Perspective

Ryan Jordan, Ph.D. is the author of “Silver – The Peoples Metal” which I highly recommend. He sees silver fundamentals from the perspective of a historian and as an astute observer of present conditions. He studies the drivers of the silver market, supply, demand, mining, inflation, investment sentiment, central bank bond monetization policies, and politics.

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A Monetary Master Explains Inflation

| August 9, 2013 | Category: Investing
A Monetary Master Explains Inflation

Mr. Bernanke will get to visit his ideal world of 2% price inflation, but it will only be a whistle stop. The price inflation that lies ahead will be at least as bad as what happened in the 1970s episode, when the annual inflation rate approached 15%. The money that’s already been printed so far may be enough to produce such a 1970s-size problem.

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$1,300 Rejects Gold

| July 18, 2013 | Category: Price
$1,300 Rejects Gold

Gold was stopped cold in its tracks at the psychological round number resistance level of $1300. It had initially reacted to Ben Bernanke’s comments, by moving smartly higher. During the Q&A session which followed, gold was slammed lower by a wave of very strong selling. Think about it this way – the QE will continue as long as the economy needs it. Okay – what is new about that? We have seen this QE going on for some time now and to the minds of most market participants, there is still no real inflation threat looming on the horizon. What is there to make them waver the least in their convictions that inflation is benign? Answer – there isn’t anything… YET.

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Japanese Consumers To Become Net Buyers Of Gold Again After 8 Years

Japanese Consumers To Become Net Buyers Of Gold Again After 8 Years

While the largest gold ETF in the Western hemisphere is unloading physical gold the land of the rising sun is doing the opposite. The biggest ETF in Japan has accumulated 10% of its physical holding this year. Bloomberg writes that “Japanese consumers are poised to become net buyers of gold for the first time in eight years as the yen’s decline and looming inflation drive them to seek refuge in bullion.

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Market Moves Ahead Should be Good for Gold, Bad for US Dollar

| July 11, 2013 | Category: Economy
Market Moves Ahead Should be Good for Gold, Bad for US Dollar

Gold and silver will not only continue to serve in their timeless role as a store of wealth while fiat currencies flail and ultimately fail—right now, market conditions are ripe for a once-in-a-lifetime profit opportunity to take shape. The current gloom in the mining-stock sector has stock prices at astounding lows… but those who know which companies are best positioned to ride out this temporary collapse and have the fortitude to invest in them now can make a fortune. This isn’t exaggeration—this scenario has played out before in the US.

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What Are Reasonable Gold Market Expectations?

What Are Reasonable Gold Market Expectations?

Full market capitulation is underway. Headlines about gold are almost universally negative today, and all about selling. This feeds on itself, and the process may not be over. In this kind of environment, prices will overshoot to the downside. In other words, the bottom may not be in. What if we get more short-term pain?

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