Atlas Pulse Gold Report Issue 90; What remains a mystery is why the case for gold seems to be well underpinned, yet investors keep on selling it. It is the central banks that are most interested. Who do you think knows more? Highlights Anti-bubble Remember Dotcom Valuation What Happened to
Atlas Pulse Gold Report, Issue 89; It will be an exciting time for bitcoin and gold. The debate will rage on, but I believe they both deserve to be much more widely owned. Highlights Gold ETFs They Transformed the Gold Market Bitcoin ETFs SEC Approval Flows Gold vs Bitcoin BOLD
Atlas Pulse Gold Report, Issue 88; Berkshire sold their silver hoard at a modest profit and later regretted the trade, probably because it went against their ideology to “never bet against America” and their establishment credentials. The critics would say they were happy to punt silver when Berkshire Hathaway was
Atlas Pulse Gold Report, Issue 87; It is remarkable how things can change in markets. Since 1999, when gold was “peak irrelevant”, we’ve come to understand what makes gold tick. It likes low rates, and high inflation, but it also likes a booming money supply and strong global demand.
Atlas Pulse Gold Report, Issue 86; John Reade, chief strategist at the World Gold Council, pointed out last week that the Shanghai Premium was back. That simply means gold is more expensive in China than on the world market. This happens every other year or so, but this time, it
Atlas Pulse Gold Report, Issue 85; Most precious metals analysts would broadly expect gold and silver to end up in roughly the same place over the long term, but silver would get there with more sleepless nights. So why bother? The answer is that when silver is undervalued, as it
Atlas Pulse Gold Report, Issue 84; Gold is a monetary asset and, as a result, is valued above and beyond its intrinsic value. To put it another way, if gold didn’t have an important financial role and didn’t have liquidity approaching that of the S&P 500,