Monday , 5 December 2022

Other Commodities

The Case For $5,000 Silver – Yes, $5,000 Silver (+38K Views)

If the price of silver were based directly on the real physical silver market, silver’s price should be at $5,000 an ounce. I’m not saying the price of silver will reach $5,000 an ounce; I’m just saying that the actual PHYSICAL silver spot price is not only extremely undervalued, but that it is an illusion compared to the real value of an ounce of physical silver, since it is totally disconnected from reality. [Let me explain further.]

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Commodities Are Practically Bulletproof Investments Going Forward

The markets have heard Powell’s message of higher interest rates, and the damage they could cause the greater economy, loud and clear. The S&P 500 has slid 8.4% over the past month (as of the close of trading Wednesday), and the 2-year Treasury yield recently hit its highest level since 2007...How bad could it get? Ho can an investor survive the coming storm? [Read on!]

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The Investment Case For Gold

Gold represents the spirit of affluence but can gold still deliver wealth and prosperity to the modern investor? The answer is yes, absolutely! Gold can play a vital role in a robust, high-performing portfolio...[but] these results are not guaranteed. To bolster your wealth with gold, you need to understand how it functions as an asset.

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Drop In Gold Price No Surprise – Here’s the Inside Scoop (+4K Views)

Believe it or not, what follows is a speech by Gustavo Laframboise-Pierre, the Global Director of Statistical Creation at the European Central Bank, at a top secret meeting of the world’s central bankers held at the United States Bullion Depository (AKA Fort Knox) last week. It provides considerable inside insight into what is now happening to the price of gold.

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Hoarding Nickels: Melt Value Of A Nickel Coin Is Now 8 Cents!

...Russia supplies more than 20 percent of the world’s high-quality nickel...[but] with Ukraine under siege, however, companies in the West are wary of buying Russian nickel and this has increased demand for nickel from everywhere else, which, in turn, has bumped up its price...and led some Americans to begin hoarding nickels. [Here's why.]

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50 Minerals Critical to U.S. Economic and National Security

The U.S. aims to cut its greenhouse gas emissions in half by 2030 as part of its commitment to tackling climate change, but  local production of the raw materials necessary to produce these technologies, including solar panels, wind turbines, and electric vehicles, is lacking. Understandably, this has raised concerns in Washington. Today's infographic, based on data from the U.S. Geological Survey, lists all of the minerals that the government has deemed critical to both the economic and national security of the United States.

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Which Are the World’s Top Coffee Producing Countries?

In many cities around the world, there’s a café on every corner, so it comes as no surprise that coffee is one of the globes’ top commodities. As the third most consumed beverage globally, after water and tea, coffee beans are in high demand almost everywhere...so where does the journey of each cup of joe originate? Let’s get to know the world’s top coffee producing countries.

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