Gold $1,923.96 0.08%
Silver $23.55 0%
Platinum $927.90 0.65%
Palladium $1,248.24 0.55%


How to Survive Recession: 5 Saving Tips

Posted on July 24, 2023 by James Miller

Facing a potential recession can feel like a formidable challenge. And with economists predicting a 99% chance of an impending recession, you might not have much time to prepare for it if you don’t start now. However, with preemptive planning and strategic investments, you can weather this storm. Let’s explore how to survive a recession […]

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Gold Gleams as Recession Fears Mount and Debt Ceiling Looms

Posted on May 30, 2023 by James Miller

Key Points: Recession fears are mounting, with economists forecasting a 99% probability by year’s end. The U.S. risks defaulting on its $30 trillion debt by June due to an unresolved debt ceiling crisis. Unprecedented hikes in interest rates by the Federal Reserve are escalating financial pressure on consumers and businesses. As economic uncertainties rise, gold […]

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Global Chaos If the U.S. Defaults on its Debt

Posted on May 27, 2023 by James Miller

Key Points Concerns over the U.S. debt crisis and the possibility of a default raise global alarm, impacting international investors and economies reliant on the U.S. while posing risks to the global financial system. The U.S. Dollar’s status as the primary reserve currency is at stake, potentially triggering a seismic shift in the international monetary […]

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Economic Slowdown: A Warning Sign Amidst Troubled Times

Posted on May 26, 2023 by James Miller

Key Points The U.S. economy is slowing, with a current 1.1% GDP growth rate in 2023 compared to 2.6% in 2022 and 5.9% in 2021. The GDP is forecasted to rise by an annualized 0.5% in the second quarter, less than half of the first-quarter pace. The U.S. is experiencing significant inflation, rising above 7%. […]

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Gold Ascends as Confidence in Real Estate Investment Wanes

Posted on May 24, 2023 by James Miller

Key Points: A declining number of Americans view real estate as the premier long-term investment compared to gold or stocks. Faith in real estate has significantly dropped in the past year, while confidence in gold investments has dramatically risen. The belief in stocks or mutual funds as the best investment is nearing its lowest point […]

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Ways to Keep and Protect Your Pension in a Divorce

Posted on May 10, 2023 by James Miller

Settling a divorce can be stressful. Not only do people have to deal with an emotional rollercoaster, but also with a lot of paperwork to split finances and assets equally. Like any other asset acquired during the marriage, a pension is also considered joint marital property. Therefore, it is also subject to division when a […]

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Why Not to Invest in a Crypto IRA

Posted on April 27, 2023 by James Miller

You might have come across the growing trend of young investors allocating funds to cryptocurrencies within self-directed IRAs. While this investment strategy has gained traction, it might not be the most suitable choice for everyone. For example, last year, bitcoin prices fell 65% (although they have rebounded), and other cryptocurrencies like Ethereum and Dogecoin displayed […]

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5 Reasons Why Is Platinum So Expensive

Posted on April 20, 2023 by James Miller

Did you know that it takes a staggering 10 tons of raw ore to produce just one ounce of platinum? A metal rarer than gold and silver, platinum has captivated the hearts and minds of people for centuries with its breathtaking luster and unparalleled strength. As an industry expert once said, “Platinum is the ultimate […]

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9 Types of Inflation: Exploring Different Forms and Causes

Posted on April 11, 2023 by James Miller

Navigating the global economy requires investors to understand pivotal concepts like inflation and stagflation. These forces influence financial markets and your investments in various ways. As Sam Ewing humorously observed, “Inflation is when you pay fifteen dollars for the ten-dollar haircut you used to get for five dollars when you had hair.” This witty remark […]

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