Should I Buy Gold Locally?

Last quarter marked a 30-year high for gold, which is already up 18 percent this year. That kind of growth makes it the best performing major asset of 2016, according to Bloomberg. Recent surges are more than encouraging for gold buyers and holders; historically speaking, gold has maintained a positive return in 12 of the…

Should I Buy Gold Locally?Details

Druckenmiller: Get out of the Stock Market, Own Gold

Legendary billionaire investor Stanley Druckenmiller told Sohn Investment Conference attendees to sell their equity holdings Wednesday. “The conference wants a specific recommendation from me. I guess ‘Get out of the stock market’ isn’t clear enough,” said Druckenmiller from the conference stage in New York. Gold “remains our largest currency allocation.” The billionaire investor expressed skepticism…

Druckenmiller: Get out of the Stock Market, Own GoldDetails

Buffett: I Might Consider Taking Money Out of Banks If They Charge for Deposits

With persistently low interest rates around the globe, billionaire investor Warren Buffett told CNBC on Monday he’d consider taking money out of banks, especially if negative interest rates result in customers being charged to park their money in accounts. “There could be a point where you’d really want to start withdrawing currency,” Buffett said in…

Buffett: I Might Consider Taking Money Out of Banks If They Charge for DepositsDetails

Gold Pushes through $1,300 as Dollar Suffers Anew

Gold gained for a sixth straight session on Monday, pushing through the psychologically significant $1,300-an-ounce line, as the dollar remained depressed against chief rivals. Precious metals on Friday posted their highest settlements since January 2015, as a slump in the greenback to its lowest level in about 11 months coaxed investors toward dollar-denominated commodities, including…

Gold Pushes through $1,300 as Dollar Suffers AnewDetails

U.S. Regulators Fail ‘Living Wills’ at Five of Eight Big Banks

Five out of eight of the biggest U.S. banks do not have credible plans for winding down operations during a crisis without the help of public money, federal regulators said on Wednesday. The banks have until October 1 to resubmit their plans with serious “deficiencies” corrected, or face stricter regulations, like higher capital requirements or…

U.S. Regulators Fail 'Living Wills' at Five of Eight Big BanksDetails