What a Trump Presidency Could Mean for Gold Buyers

After a dramatic campaign, Donald Trump garnered 62 more electoral votes than Hillary Clinton to become the 45th president of the United States. Now everyone’s wondering…is this “Brexit for America” or a “time for America to bind the wounds of division,” as Trump said in his first address as president-elect? In truth, only time will…

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Why Gold Prices Can Remain Resilient, According to the World Gold Council

Gold has had a pretty favorable year. Despite tempered buying across China, India, and many emerging central banks, the price of gold has “risen close to 20%” this year, notes the World Gold Council (WGC). This price increase is due, in part, to shifting perspectives on normalizing U.S. interest rates as the Fed has teetered…

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U.S. Money Reserve’s CEO on How to Safeguard Your Wealth

Increased economic instability. Brexit. Unemployment. Slow growth. These are all reasons to take steps to protect your family’s future, says U.S. Money Reserve CEO Angela “Angie” Koch in Why It’s Imperative to Protect Your Future. Featured on HuffingtonPost.com, Koch’s article speaks to the threat these current matters pose and provides tips for reducing your chances…

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Signs the Economy Is Weaker Than Yellen Let On At Jackson Hole

Markets were quiet last week as they awaited Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen’s comments at Jackson Hole, Wyoming. In short, she stated that “the case for an increase in the federal funds rate has strengthened in recent months,” thanks to “continued solid performance of the labor market and our outlook for economic activity and inflation.”…

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The Brexit Vote & Gold: Four Key Takeaways

The votes have been counted. In a historic shift in sentiment, the British people have decided to leave the European Union. For Britain, this soft revolution means a change in leadership and the beginning of a two-year long process of disentangling itself from the many EU structures it’s tied to. For the United States, Britain’s…

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