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Not a Ripple… a wave!

Posted | 15-Dec-2017 / Views | 382
What a couple of days Ripple (XRP) has had!  On Tuesday it was trading around the 34c range it’s been dancing around for some time and its now at $1.49 at the time of writing this article.  That is over 430% in a little over 2 days…  So it begs the question… why? From cryptocoinnews: “Earlier today, on... Read More...

US Fed Raises Rates – Gold rises too

Posted | 14-Dec-2017 / Views | 554
According to prophecy the US Fed did indeed increase rates last night from 1.25% to 1.5% despite earlier that day core CPI disappointing at just 1.7%.  The Fed indicated they expect 3 more hikes in 2018 (sound familiar?) and that ‘everything is awesome’… Yet again we saw gold defy predictions of crashing on a rate ris... Read More...

Gold & Silver v Bitcoin – and / or?

Posted | 13-Dec-2017 / Views | 743
For some reason there is a lot of talk about bitcoin OR gold and not bitcoin AND gold.  We are on record as believing these two stores of value are complimentary not exclusionary. For the same reason we think bubble talk on bitcoin may be premature so too both still have a role as monetary assets or as a store of value.  Goldman Sachs ... Read More...

Haters gonna hate….

Posted | 12-Dec-2017 / Views | 787
So all the hype of the bitcoin haters smashing the launch of bitcoin on the CBOE future exchange yesterday failed to materialise...  Bitcoin longs surged so much the exchange had to halt trading to let things settle.  It seems the first truly large scale institutional play in bitcoin just saw more people pile in.  From the Australian... Read More...

Crypto in your SMSF

Posted | 11-Dec-2017 / Views | 727
The weekend Australian Financial Review ran an article about the strong demand for bitcoin in Self Managed Super Funds mentioning us as one of the few providers who can do this in a way accountants and auditors are happy with. You can read the article by clicking here. Of course whilst the world's focus is on Bitcoin you can do the same with... Read More...

Self-managed funds move into bitcoin

Posted | 11-Dec-2017 / Views | 216
Financial adviser Liam Shorte fields more than 20 questions a day from investors thinking about joining the Bitcoin party. Many are wondering if they can buy into the crytocurrency using a self-managed superannuation fund. "It's fear of missing out at the moment. There are people who have told me they want a steady income in r... Read More...

Silver Industrial Demand v Investment

Posted | 08-Dec-2017 / Views | 1102
Yesterday we wrote about the growing, though still relatively small, demand for gold in industry and specifically electronics.  Silver is likewise seeing steady industrial demand however unlike gold, industrial demand equates to over half of all silver produced being used in industry. Two of the main uses for silver are electronics and ... Read More...

Gold Industrial Demand Turns

Posted | 07-Dec-2017 / Views | 1182
Jeff Gundlach, head of the $100 billion DoubleLine fund and who Barron’s famously called the “King of Bonds”, yesterday gave his public address to investors and the following slide maybe sums up his view: What he called his “chart of the webcast” was not new to our regular readers and we won’t go over old ... Read More...

ATH v “Blood in the streets”

Posted | 06-Dec-2017 / Views | 1093
Following on from yesterday’s article where the BIS called current markets ‘frothy’ we thought it time to revisit the latest charts illustrating exactly where we are at courtesy of dshort. First, BIS warned of markets acting like central banks were easing not tightening.  One insight to that is the amount of money the punt... Read More...

BIS Warning of Paradoxical Frothy Markets

Posted | 05-Dec-2017 / Views | 836
BIS, the Bank for International Settlements, is often referred to as the central banks’ central bank.  They (now) famously were one of the few such bodies that warned of the pending repercussions of the risky lending levels that triggered the GFC just before it unfolded and are warning we are in similar territory now. In their latest ... Read More...