Precious Metals News
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12 Jun 2019
Gold Is Paul Tudor Jones's Favorite Trade for Next 12-24 Months
Paul Tudor Jones, founder at Tudor Investment Corporation, explains why he views gold as the best trade over the next year to two years.
11 Jun 2019
Risky Borrowing Is Making a Comeback, but Banks Are on the Sideline
A decade after reckless home lending nearly destroyed the financial system, the business of making risky loans is back.
11 Jun 2019
With $30k In Student Loans And No Job, Pennsylvania Man Joins Other Graduates By Leaving U.S. To Avoid Debt
$1.52 trillion is owed from individuals who borrowed money for college. Over 44 million people owe money on their student loans and 10.7 percent are in default on their loans, meaning payments are over 90 days late.
10 Jun 2019
China's Central Bank Purchases More Gold In May
China’s central bank remained a gold buyer during May for a six straight month.
08 Jun 2019
If Gold Was Just a Barbarous Relic...
Another reason for Russia's gold-buying has to do with the avoidance of U.S. sanctions. Gold is nondigital and does not move through electronic payments systems, so it is impossible for the U.S. to freeze on interdict.
05 Jun 2019
Numbers Add Up: Gold Price Going To $3,000
Gold hitting $3,000 isn’t just a belief, it’s a “monetary science”, and will happen sooner or later.
29 Mar 2019
Russia Is Dumping U.S. Dollars to Hoard Gold
Within the span of a decade, Russia quadrupled its bullion reserves, and 2018 marked the most ambitious year yet.
16 Mar 2019
Why Gold Is Still The Best Basis For Money
"You have to choose ... between trusting to the natural stability of gold and the natural stability of the honesty and intelligence of the members of the Government. And, with due respect for these gentlemen, I advise you, as long as the Capitalist system lasts, to vote for gold."
16 Feb 2019
U.S. Student Debt in ‘Serious Delinquency’ Tops $166 Billion
Student-loan delinquencies surged last year, hitting consecutive records of $166.3 billion in the third quarter and $166.4 billion in the fourth.
13 Feb 2019
Auto-Loan Delinquencies Are the Highest Since 2012
The share of subprime borrowers who fell well behind on car payments the last three months of the year was the highest since the second quarter of 2010.