Shaun Djie of Digix explains that both gold and bitcoin are valued by investors seeking protection against inflation, and that neither is likely to displace the other. Gold is more liquid and has a larger role in the global monetary system. But the real difference between gold and bitcoin has to do with the types of savers who choose them…
The dollar grasp on its status of global reserve currency continues to slip away. What will be its fate as the world abandons it?
Jim Rickards wants to remind you that you can't erase, hack or delete gold. Why is he making such a point of this?
Recent trade sanctions against Iran might be the last straw for countries who’ve tolerated U.S. protectionist policies that maintain the dollar’s dominance as central reserve currency. Here are the potential consequences to follow.
Following in the footsteps of Utah, Kansas and Texas, Oklahoma recently passed a law to allow gold as legal tender, which has led some to believe that the U.S. is slowly moving towards the gold standard. How would that work? And is it even realistic? How would you even use gold in place of the U.S. dollar? It's a fascinating…
According to a precious metals analyst at Standard Chartered, gold is set to end the year on a positive note. See why it's expected to test 2018 highs in this week's News to Know.
The Federal Reserve shot down market expectations when they announced there will probably be no interest rate hikes this year. See why this could be highly bullish for gold in this week's News to Know.
The focus on gold has been intense as of late and Sprott CEO Peter Grosskopf sees the metal eventually returning to its status as a true global currency. Find out why in this week's News to Know.
With gold riding a nine-month high and posting gains for the fourth straight month, many analysts have focused on how the metal has outperformed virtually every other asset. Yet to Forbes contributor Frank Holmes, recent buying by central banks is perhaps the most sensational story related to the metal. Find out why in this week's Your News to Know.
According to portfolio theory, passing up gold for riskier assets could be dangerous. See why the yellow metal should be considered a part of your portfolio in this week's News to Know.