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What's going to sustain the rally is higher prices. Once you get silver, let us say above $26, and gold above $1,550, then you're going to see a lot more people coming to the market. Not because of some geo-political event, although it's possible. But pri… Keep Reading
Wednesday’s Federal Open Market Committee announcement trimmed another $10 billion off the Fed’s monthly asset purchases and kept short-term rates near zero as expected. The Fed also noted a slight uptick in its preferred measure of inflation to 1.6%… Keep Reading
Fed chairperson Janet Yellen has repeatedly indicated that the Fed will tolerate higher rates of inflation before it will stop trying to stimulate a sluggish economy and job market with accommodative monetary policy. That’s why stagflation could be an e… Keep Reading
Russia and South Africa are the two primary sources of world palladium supplies. If palladium availability gets squeezed, then automakers and other industrial users may be forced to switch to platinum.… Keep Reading
The only types of assets that require no faith in executives, politicians, bankers or counterparties are raw commodities with intrinsic value, such as gold, silver, platinum, palladium, and copper. Physical metals can never go to zero, no matter what hap… Keep Reading