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If you’ve ever lost a wedding ring or other piece of gold jewelry, I’ve got news for you.
For these who think more in terms of the survival of their portfolio, the silver market is smaller than the gold market and doesn’t require as much investment capital to drive it.
The more you learn about gold, the more you bump up against two facts that, at least to the popular mind, seem difficult to reconcile.
When gold’s price drops, a lot of things happen. Fantastic bargains surface for buyers of physical gold – bars, coins and jewelry.
Seasoned investors in gold tend to worry less about when to buy than do novices.
So for now, let’s put any understandable pessimism we might have about the gold market on the back burner and take a look at some significant developments that are unfolding abroad.
If the price of a stock declines, someone somewhere is always around to offer a pep talk, if not an excuse. Earnings slipped.
We’ve been privy to much Internet chatter about the threat Chinese currency poses to the almighty dollar. Should we be alarmed?