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2023 Was a Bad Year for Banks. 2024 May Be No Different.

2023 Was a Bad Year for Banks. 2024 May Be No Different.

After the banking turmoil in 2023, in which we witnessed some of the largest banking failures in our nation’s history, I have kept a close eye on our banking system and the factors that may lead to additional volatility. While the waters have calmed somewhat, there are still events on the horizon that could mean trouble for banks in...

What Should Portfolio Holders Prepare for in 2024?

What Should Portfolio Holders Prepare for in 2024?

AUSTIN, TX—January 16, 2024—What financial factors are going to have the greatest impact the American economy and consumers in 2024? On this week’s episode of U.S. Money Reserve’s exclusive video series, “In Conversation,” our panel of experts—including two former Directors of the United States Mint—discuss the current state of the...

The Golden Cross: Technical Signal or Fool’s Gold?

The Golden Cross: Technical Signal or Fool’s Gold?

When news of gold’s new all-time high broke on December 1, 2023, it carried a special significance for me. Not just because I work in the precious metals industry—like millions of other Americans, I also keep a portion of my portfolio allocated to physical gold. Naturally, gold’s recent rally has earned a lot of news coverage, but a...

U.S. States Most Impacted by Inflation

U.S. States Most Impacted by Inflation

After nearly three years of stubbornly high inflation, the rate of price increases in the United States finally appears to be slowing down. U.S. Consumer Price Index data for October 2023 shows an overall 3.2% increase in prices year-over-year and no increase for September 2023. Two major spending categories—energy (-4.5%) and used...

America’s Most Rapidly Aging Cities

America’s Most Rapidly Aging Cities

It is no great secret that America is getting older. The birth rate in the U.S. has fallen by more than half since the early 1960s. Typical life expectancy in the U.S. has increased by about a decade over the same span. The last members of the Baby Boomer generation, which totals more than 75 million people, will hit their 60s starting...