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  • Electric Vehicle Trend Will Only Get Bigger From Here

    The coming electric vehicle revolution is undeniable. Government support for zero carbon emissions from vehicles are driving automakers to the conclusion that going electric is the only sustainable option for transportation of the future.

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  • Bitcoin, why you should own a Bit

    Bitcoin is similar to physical gold and silver in that there is a limited amount, it can be held directly without intermediaries (possessing private key vs. holding a bar) and both are independent of the financial system.Of course, there are drastic differences but.sometimes being ethereal has advantages, making bullion and bitcoin complementary stores of value.

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  • Why Choose a Private Offshore Vault

    Physical precious metals are almost always purchased for the purpose of wealth protection but how good is such ‘protection’ in a systemic crisis ?

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  • 5 Things You Did Not Know About Singapore

    Singapore is a city many have been to by way of transit. Yet not many fully understand how the city runs as a vital cog of the global economy. Even locals like us were mildly surprised upon learning how Singapore makes its way to the top of rankings, be that in governance, wealth protection, infrastructure or nurturing the society as a whole. Here we present five things you did not know about Singapore.

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  • How Geopolitics Could Make Singapore the Most Important Gold Market

    Last year I had the privilege to attend a dinner with Mr. Chan Chun Sing, a Singapore Minister from the Prime Minister's Office...

     

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  • How Currencies Depreciate and Gold Appreciates Over Time

    Over the last century, gold’s return showed an average 3.9% to 4.5% return in USD terms while the USD had an average 3.2% loss in real terms.

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  • Debt Monetization - an Economic Powder keg

    At a time when global debts are 20% of world GDP higher than during the 2008 crisis these negative interest rates are a big warning sign that something is terribly amiss with our financial system. There is simply too much debt which has been artificially made too cheap for too long and it is routinely financed by printing new currency (debt monetization).

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  • The Resurgence of Silver's Monetary Role

    Although nothing is a sure bet, silver's fundamentals make a compelling case as it continues to be undervalued despite increasing demand and diminishing supplies. The largest silver hoards are effectively depleted to make billions of industrial and consumer electronic products.

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  • The Advent of Powerful Personal Testing Tools

    New Precious Metal Testing tools make it easy and much more affordable to reliably test for advanced bullion counterfeits.

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  • The Gold to Silver Ratio Rule, Buy Low, Sell High

    A simple strategy of buying gold for silver at the 45 ratio and swapping silver for gold at 80 would have resulted in a 100 ounces of gold to become 562 ounces in 30 years.

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