Germany, Poland, Venezuela, Ecuador, Mexico, the Netherlands, and Switzerland are just a few of the countries that have recently repatriated their gold or hosted movements to do so.
And now France joins the list.
This growing trend provides a clue…
If it seems to you that central banks and government leaders have run out of ideas, you’re not totally wrong.
Indeed, the latest move by Japan smacks of pure desperation, and it might seem silly if it wasn’t already an idea that’s been floated b…
Just about everyone knows Alan Greenspan. As central bankers go, he may just be the most famous ever. Even today, 1 in 6 Americans still think he’s the current chair of the Federal Reserve. As Fed chief from 1987 until 2006, Greenspan oversaw the latter part of the greatest stock bull in history. For that, some […]
Endless debates about the effectiveness of QE, or its lack thereof, haven’t spawned better decisions, especially in Europe. Think periphery nations like Greece, Spain, Portugal, and Italy.
In theory, we have free markets, where manipulation is illegal and punishable.
We’ve found that’s not often the case in the financial markets.
If you’ve been watching silver for some time, you know it’s been in the doghouse.
If there’s one thing that concerns everyone it’s a threat to their capital.
The fourth iteration of the Central Bank Gold Agreement (CBGA) has just been signed.