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GOLD: The Canary in The Coal Mine is Singing

For the last nine years, Gold has been one of the most hated investments on the planet.

After being battered over 44% from it’s high in September 2011, Gold is quietly up over 15% in 2020.

Ironically (or NOT) since 2011, Wall Street has done their part in convincing the sheeple that owning gold is stupid.

But I digress.

What’s more important is:

  • That you decide whether you believe we’ve entered the next major move up in gold.
  • Is this move the beginning of the slingshot effect we’ve written about?
  • What form of gold and gold stocks should you buy?



Before we answer those questions, let’s look at how we got here and what to expect.


Confidence in Government is Collapsing


If you’ve read any of our articles on gold you know that we believe the best reason to own it is because it’s the best hedge against the collapse of confidence in governments.

Whether you admit it or not we’re seeing a nosebleed drop in confidence in governments on a global scale.

Yes, we have plenty of problems in our government but we’re still the safest nation on the planet when it comes to stability.

It’s the reason why the inflow of money to the US is in the billions of dollars every month.  It’s also the reason why gold is one of the best performing assets so far in 2020.

Are you Connecting the Dots yet?

Consider what we’re currently seeing.

  • Weak state of world economies
  • Volatile equity markets
  • Central Banksters across the globe aggressively dropping interest rates to new lows while inventing new schemes to pump more money in the markets…
  • Bond yields sinking into negative territory with short term bonds yielding higher interest than long term notes



It’s getting quite obvious why gold is quickly regaining its glory as a safe-haven asset.

Be sure to read our July newsletter where we show you the best way to buy gold and gold stocks.











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