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Bank of America Calls Gold “Ultimate Store of Value” Raises Target Price to $3000 oz

The Fed cannot print gold , unlike every other asset. Bank of America has caught up with where we have been for the past few years. "As central banks and governments double their balance sheets and fiscal deficits, we up our 18 month target from $2000 to $3000/oz" We believe it's clear now that even Wall Streets agenda is lining up with all of those who have been calling that the biggest winner of the central bank insanity will be the "barbarous relic". Gold. Now with the Fed committing to do whatever it takes to prevent widespread panic and bankruptcies in the US, Congress injecting 5 plus trillion stimulus and economic growth at a crawl until there is a cure or vaccine inflation could rise even if GDP doesn't.  This economic climate should prove to be very positive for gold. This … Read More

Still a Buyer’s Market for Gold?

We have seen some unprecedented events around the globe over the past few weeks. Including “lock down” of 75 million United States citizens. Italy says Army will help enforce lockdown, effectively declaring martial law; might extend lockdown through early May. US, Mexico agree to shut southern border. These are just a few headlines that are plastered around news sites. This type of reporting is what we would definitely consider “geo-turmoil.” With the scary headlines there are some good news mixed in. It seems that there is a drug cocktail that is knocking the covid-19 virus back with some success. Hydroxychloroquine is the name of part of it. In an effort to support global response, the drug company Novartis, will donate up to 130 million doses of hydroxychloroquine. Thank you, … Read More

Three Pieces of a Balanced Metals Portfolio

Bullion coins Gold, Silver, & Platinum Bullion coins come in several sizes. They range from less than a tenth of an ounce to whole ounces. These coins are normally legal tender with a face value. The face value is largely symbolic. Bullion coins are almost always valued higher than their face value or denomination. Example: The Silver American Eagle has a $1 denomination but the content of the silver has been more than $19 for months at the time we are writing this. Bullion coins trade very close to the value of the metals that they contain. They could serve as means to barter if other forms of currency fail. 2. Semi Numismatic Coins - Pre 1933 United States Coin Semi numismatic coinage are US coins that have a small premium above their intrinsic value in today’s … Read More

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