After the Great Depression in 1929, a NYC professor named Benjamin Graham changed the investing world for good.
We buy physical gold for various reasons, but the most obvious one is to protect our purchasing power. This is especially true in the face of currency printing, $1.1 trillion annual deficit spending, and the phenomenon termed “De-dollarization.”
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Critics and skeptics have said that the Federal Reserve lost credibility when they decided to pause their interest rate tightening policy this year, not long after resolving to normalize interest rates throughout most of 2018. What are the implications of the Fed’s policy U-turn for the economy and equity market?
Metals and mining stocks have always been the best defense against dollar depreciation – they’re an inflation hedge that can also provide spectacular upside if you select the right companies.