On the heels of the Fed's announcement of QE3, Morgan Stanley is already predicting a fresh round of quantitative easing to be thrust on top of the $40 billion to enter the economy each month. What does it mean for your investments? And for gold and silver?
Speaking to CNBC's Larry Kudlow, Jim Rogers sees the latest upswing of the stock market as a charade, saying, "It's going to end terribly."
The third round of quantitative easing will do little but weaken the U.S. dollar, claims Ed Moya. The upside, he says, are in hard assets like gold and oil.
A look at what a variety of pundits and experts are saying about a potential new round of quantitative easing on Twitter, and how it may affect the value of gold.
With more currency set to enter the global economy in the coming months, Bengt Saelensminde sees only one outcome for the value of gold and silver.
Steve Forbes has suggested that with current accommodative monetary policies, the United States will have "no choice" but to return to the gold standard.
Jim Rogers believes the Federal Reserve has already launched its third round of quantitative easing.
Recent surveys indicate that over a third of Americans fear that they will never be able to retire. But with a gold and silver IRA, maybe they can?
Former Fed economist David Jones has asserted that Ben Bernanke will initiate a new round of Quantitative Easing by the end of this year.
China is doubling down on gold and silver, now encouraging its citizens to accumulate the physical assets. Here are three reasons for the policy change.