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POSTED ON May 27, 2024  - POSTED IN Guest Commentaries

As the US devalues and burns through cash at a record-setting pace, gold continues to gain. Gold has risen 89% in the past five years, compared to a disappointing 0.7% for the US aggregate bond index (as of May 17, 2024, according to Bloomberg). Our guest commentator explains why the government is eroding our purchasing power, and what will happen next.

POSTED ON May 26, 2024  - POSTED IN Original Analysis

In the fight against inflation, is it the Fed or the Treasury that calls the shots? The answer is, it’s both. The Fed raises interest rates to make loans less attractive and bring inflation down, but The Treasury has its own set of magic tricks to artificially “stimulate” or “tighten” the economy as well. One of them is a Treasury buyback program, something that was just reincarnated for the first time in about two decades. This is where the Treasury repurchases its own outstanding securities from the open market to increase liquidity, stoke, demand, and bring down yields. 

POSTED ON May 24, 2024  - POSTED IN Original Analysis

Artificial Intelligence has already had an incredibly disruptive effect on many industries. It has allowed inexperienced workers the ability to increase their productivity and outpace older workers with less tech-savvy. It has begun to help some companies make efficient decisions that they would have been blinded to if they had only considered their own industry conventions. AI is different from many other tools because it can shift the direction of industry rather than merely being a tool used towards a predetermined end. Because of its ability to make decisions objectively and create unpredictable objectives, AI will throw a great deal of uncertainty into the prices of money, stocks, and bonds. 

POSTED ON May 22, 2024  - POSTED IN Original Analysis

Copper has gone mad: Liquidated shorts from a flood of speculators, an AI bubble, a supply crisis, and a renewable energy craze have all combined with high global inflation to recently send it to historic all-time highs. While I believe there will be major corrections as some of these factors come back down to earth, the most important one — out-of-control inflation — will ultimately send copper even higher in the longer-term.

POSTED ON May 21, 2024  - POSTED IN Key Gold Headlines

Amid ongoing tension in the Middle East, Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi and the foreign minister have been confirmed dead Monday after a helicopter crash. The officials’ shocking demise casts additional investor doubt on a region already plagued by economic upheaval, with supply chain uncertainties fueling record-high metal prices this week.

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