Learn how to protect your retirement savings.
Gold Alliance Articles &
Investment Market News
Ultimately, fundamentals drive the markets. Currently, the deterioration in the growth rate of corporate earnings, the soaring global debt, and our economic strength are not supportive of the levels of asset prices. Investors should realize that and understand it’s the central banks that keep the markets up and that they can only do this for a limited time. What happens when reality collides with widespread fantasy?
Central banks cannot magically make noncreditworthy borrowers creditworthy or force those who have forsworn adding more debt to borrow more at high interest rates. As a result, they are powerless to stop the tide of credit from ebbing. The evidence is plain enough: student loan and auto loan defaults are already at monumental levels, and the recession hasn’t even started.
Anyone considering to diversify their portfolio with precious metals should look at the actions of the Fed, rising inflation, and historically high stock market prices as the background to the potential price movement of gold. In this article, analyst David Becker is asking: “Will inflation buoy gold prices while the Federal Reserve is ‘on hold’?”
On June 21, the head of the UK’s central bank (Bank of England) gave a speech in which he emphasized that the global financial system is moving rapidly towards a “New World Order,” which in this case is political speak for the global currency reset. History has seen these resets before, but the average citizen will NEVER receive warning from either governments or the financial powers about it. Only if you are able to read between the lines in speeches such as this one, you can see what is being worked on, and what is coming.
The world’s most influential FDIC-backed hedge fund thinks it’s time to start hedging. Here’s an inside look at the “warning signs” we are seeing. You might want to consider putting some of your “chips” into precious metals and cash.
A significant amount of recent data is very alarming. Investors have been lulled into a false sense of security by surging stock prices, which have been driven entirely by the massive monetary experiment the Fed introduced after the Great Recession. If the data in this article does not make you want to be proactive in protecting what you cannot afford to lose, what will?
2018 generated significant losses for the financial markets, so central bankers made the largest injection of global liquidity in years from December 26 to February 15, which pushed global stock markets back higher. Analyst Steve St. Angelo explains this phenomenon, showing clearly that your wealth is dependent on you exiting by diversifying your portfolio a few minutes earlier than the upcoming crash rather than being a few seconds late.
With tensions between India and Pakistan heating up and the global economy slowing down, Octavio “Tavi” Costa, Crescat Capital global macro analyst, sees a recession coming and thinks investors are blind to the fact the bear market for stocks has already started. He estimates the next stock market crash to be as abrupt as and harsher than the previous one and says it will occur between now and April.
We are living in a world now where bad news is good news, and good news is good news. Complacency is rampant right now into this stock market rally, but the charts and patterns suggest a larger volatility spike is yet to come in the weeks ahead. You have a small window of time to protect what you cannot afford to lose.
Most investors prefer not to think about a recession. Others feel that the Fed has proven now that it can delay it indefinitely using monetary policy, and that if recession will occur, the correction may not be harsh. In this article, analyst Lance Roberts shows not only that a recession is inevitable but also that historically recessions and corrections after long bull markets were extremely harsh.
Gold Alliance can help you protect your future
“Customer review goes here…”