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For thousands of years gold is the ultimate store of value. Currently, gold is undervalued as there are massive bubbles in asset markets and central banks continue to print money, which supports these bubbles. This is an unsustainable situation; and when the bubbles burst the gold price will rise.
On Wednesday, Fed Chair Jerome Powell stated he is considering “yield curve control.” Previously, in the 1940s, when the Federal Reserve controlled the yield curve, it created deeply negative real interest rates. If repeated today, this would cause the gold price to sky-rocket.
On April 23, 2020, the gold price breached €51,000 euros per Kg for the first time in history. The gold price in euros has increased by 555% since the euro was created in 1999. Put differently, since inception the euro lost 85% of its value against gold.
As new “emergency loans” to Italy will be handed out, let us review previous bailouts, and asses how much losses have been hidden from taxpayers. My estimates are that losses from Greek bailouts are at least €35 billion euros, but more likely north of €200 billion.
There have been recent rumors in the gold market about the availability of physical gold. Some social media personalities and news agencies have claimed that there is a shortage of physical gold on the market. However, it is not so much about a shortage of gold, but rather a sudden demand for gold in places where it cannot be quickly supplied in the desired form.
Are negative interests here to stay?
Are the underlying mechanics of the largest gold ETF a cause for concern?
Gold trades more like a currency than a commodity.
For long, we only knew him as “Koos Jansen.” Over the years that alias would, among other things, uncover the true nature and extent of China’s physical gold market. It was such reporting that earned “Mr. Jansen” worldwide preeminence in the gold community. As an introduction, in this interview, you will get to know the man behind “Koos Jansen,” Jan Nieuwenhuijs, and below, you will find a glimpse of what to expect from him. Starting in November, Jan Nieuwenhuijs will join Voima Gold as a resear
Finland has many advantages when it comes to business and gold. Finns are globally known for integrity, soundness, and law-abidance. For these reasons, Voima Gold has all of its operations, including Voima’s vault and office in Finland. In this article, we tell you why Finland is a magnificent country for storing gold.