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That’s No Moon… 11th October 2019

It’s not Brexit that’s going to leave you penniless.              You are not to be faulted if you think Brexit is the most important crisis affecting Britain today. The misimpression is completely understandable if you have been taking in media coverage – hope everyone’s at least enjoyed TV’s latest political soap opera. What is being ignored are the alarming developments in international trade, which is coinciding with rapidly falling confidence in central banks’ ability to control financial markets through current…

Things Will Never Be The Same Again 30th August 2019

Following weeks of increasing middle eastern tensions, continuing protests in France and Hong Kong, fires raging in the Amazon, and the on/off trade war (or is it a deal?), equity markets struggling near all-time highs, increasing negative rates and signals that Germany is already in recession, there have been many market participants, including US President Trump, calling on the US Federal Reserve to cut interest rates.  Many eagerly anticipated Jerome Powell’s speech on Friday at the annual Jackson Hole Meeting…

Russia Offers To Join INSTEX – Major Challenge To US Dollar’s Reserve Status 25th July 2019

Since the US pulled out of the Iran nuclear deal last year, tensions have risen dramatically with the US throwing additional sanctions on Iran with US and UK military assets increasing their presence in the middle east to counter Iranian aggression. At the same time, the other signatories of the Iran deal have struggled to find ways to keep the deal alive. Germany, France and the UK announced INSTEX at the beginning of the year, a transaction system that bypasses…

Oil Wars – The Twilight of US Dollar Hegemony 12th July 2019

For seventy five years, one of the critical pillars of American power has been the US dollars status as the world’s most important currency. For the last forty five years, the foundation of US dollar’s primacy has been its dominating role in international energy markets. It’s easy to assume that the dollars latter prominence in energy markets derives from the former: its status as the world’s official reserve currency but this is not the case. The US dollar’s hegemony was…

Brace Yourself…Silver Is Coming 26th June 2019

It’s no secret Gold’s performance has been catching everyone’s attention again recently and for good reason. Golds been doing very well so far in 2019, finally breaking $1,400/oz last week for the first time in 5 years, and is continuing to climb. But this has been exemplified by comparison to silver. Although up off its recent lows, it’s still trading in the $15’s, underperforming gold by a widening margin. But this difference between the two signals is not bearish, the…

Reasons Precious Metals Will Be Higher in 2019 and Beyond 20th June 2019

There is now an overwhelming amount of evidence that suggests 2019 is going to see not just a rally but rather a huge bull market movement in precious metals. This trend is not just technical but is riding the wave of global re-monetisation of gold coming to a head. Moving straight into it, there are four reasons to expect gold and silver to go higher:   Basil III Rules Recognises Gold as Real Money Again In April 2019, the Bank…

House of Cards – QE, Interest Rates & The Boom That’s Bust 14th June 2019

Suppose you were born in the 1950’s, except for some small recessions along the way and two larger stock market crashes, you would have only seen economic growth, prosperity as well as huge growth in overall production. When you live in those circumstances, you can’t seriously consider a completely different scenario to the one that’s always been. After a short period of crisis, you could’ve reasonably assumed a fresh wave of economic growth and the party would once again continue….

Bitcoin Isn’t A Bubble – Our Financial System Is 14th May 2019

You would be hard pressed to not read a mainstream article each week over the last few years that doesn’t make mention to bitcoin being a modern day ‘tulip bubble’. Some articles merely hint at it being one, whilst many outright declare its indisputably a bubble set to burst. I agree, there is a bubble set to burst but its not Bitcoin. Bubbles aren’t the same as speculative build ups over the course of weeks or months. Prices do swing…

Is Gold Repatriation A Sign Of A Coming Crisis? 8th May 2019

Since the end of WW2, many countries around the world have used the US Federal Reserve and the Bank of England as the main depositories of their gold reserves. With the onset of the Cold War, this was done out of necessity to keep hard money assets safe after many countries had found their reserves ransacked and their countries ravaged by war. It also made practical sense to have reserves in diversified locations so you can access to markets should…

Gold and Global Tensions – The Ground Shifts Beneath Global Markets And Few Realise It 25th April 2019

Tectonic shifts in how our world works are rare. When they do occur, they throw up the possibility of profound change and realignment.   In 2008, the world experienced one of the greatest financial turmoils in history due to the accumulation of debt that became unsustainable, markets around the world started crashing and major financial institutions, once thought invincible, started showing signs of collapse. Central banks like the US Federal Reserve, the Bank of England and the European Central Bank…

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