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“Lose, lose, lose” Central Bank Warning – MUST READ

Posted | 15-Nov-2019 / Views | 10216
Breaking from tradition today we post a 3rd party article in full.  The ABC interview with arguably one of the world’s most respected investors yesterday should be read in the knowledge that since the interview we have seen overnight early signs the US-China trade deal looks off again and yesterday’s awful Aussie employment figures... Read More...

Top 20 Risks to the Sharemarket in 2020 – Deutsche Bank

Posted | 14-Nov-2019 / Views | 5170
Whilst the irony of the world’s most precarious western bank, Deutsche Bank, listing the top 20 risks for 2020 is not lost, it is certainly a list that calls for pause and consideration.  We’ve added a few observations to the list. Deutsche Bank’s Top 20 Risks to the Stock Market in 2020: Continued increase in wealth... Read More...

Gold on sale at 69c!

Posted | 13-Nov-2019 / Views | 6529
Business news was atwitter yesterday as we learned that Reserve Bank of Australia boss Philip Lowe will speak on “Unconventional monetary policy: some lessons from overseas” at the Australian Business Economists dinner in Sydney on November 26. Many analysts are taking this as confirmation that the RBA will turn to QE as the effectiv... Read More...

When halving means more

Posted | 12-Nov-2019 / Views | 5198
Unlike fiat currencies, which can be printed by central banks at will, the supply of bitcoin is limited algorithmically. There are only 21 million bitcoins which will ever be in existence. This, by definition, makes it a deflationary asset, as opposed to an inflationary one. Every 10 minutes, a “block” of bitcoin transactions is solv... Read More...

IMF – World record debt’s ‘bright’ and ‘dark’ sides

Posted | 11-Nov-2019 / Views | 9383
Whilst you most likely did not read it anywhere in the mainstream press, the IMF’s new chief, Kristalina Georgieva, warned over the weekend that “Global debt—both public and private—has reached an all-time high of $188 trillion. This amounts to about 230 percent of world output”.  That is up 15% from the previous ... Read More...

WGC Gold Demand Trends Q3

Posted | 08-Nov-2019 / Views | 5003
This week saw the World Gold Council release their quarterly demand trends report and yesterday the ETF report for October.  As usual we pass on the findings. Investment Holdings in gold-backed ETFs hit a new all-time high of 2,855.3t in Q3. Holdings grew by 258.2t during the quarter, the highest level of quarterly inflows since Q1 2016.... Read More...

Borrowing from the Future

Posted | 07-Nov-2019 / Views | 5232
The fixation of central banks pumping markets to prevent an overdue correction simply leads to inflated assets and an effect of borrowing from the future to live large today.   The Fed says current monetary policy is appropriate because inflation is contained near its 2% objective.  This completely misses the fact that their monetary s... Read More...

Diversification with your monetary assets

Posted | 06-Nov-2019 / Views | 4409
Whilst on Monday we spoke to both shares and gold rising in unison, last night saw a more typically uncorrelated price action between the two.  Based purely on hope, shares finished slightly up but gold and silver took a hit on expectations of everything suddenly being awesome again.   Whilst gold and silver have well proven long term ... Read More...

Cash Ban Senate Submission

Posted | 05-Nov-2019 / Views | 21267
In just 10 days submissions close for the Senate Inquiry in to the cash ban legislation bill.  We have written previously on this cash ban here. Commentator and vocal opponent Matt Barrie has penned an excellent submission that we felt compelled to share. Submission to the Australian Senate Inquiry into Banning Cash 2nd November 2019 ... Read More...

This Hasn’t Happened Since 1976

Posted | 04-Nov-2019 / Views | 5307
Friday night saw a better than expected NFP employment report out of the US (128K new jobs against a dismal 85K expected) and some more hints toward an easing bias from some Fed officials saw everything surge except the USD. Whilst traditionally uncorrelated there could be good reason for both shares and gold rising together.  The contradic... Read More...