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In today’s mad world that seems to be increasingly “on fire with risk”, clients come to us to learn how they can safeguard their savings. In a special contribution to Birch Gold Group, one former financial pro offers his opinion on the key to success. See what he has to say right here.

Once a week every week, Your News to Know offers you newsworthy critical reads about the economy and the gold market. Stories this week include: Jim Rickards says central banks buy gold to get ready for the collapse of the dollar, Peter Schiff says a “smart” Putin would rather sell his dollars and take advantage of the current gold prices, and could this move by India further boost gold prices? Read the full report here.

Every week, Your News to Know offers you the latest top news stories about the economy and the gold market. Here’s what we have for you this week: Putin hoards gold (video), 6 reasons to be bullish on gold, and gold still has plenty of upside, says Capital Economics. Click here to watch the video and get all the details.

Once a week every week, Your News to Know delivers you the latest news about the economy and the market of gold and other precious metals. Here’s what we have for you this week: An investment manager says don’t sell your gold (expect it to gain), physical gold shortage is worst in over a decade, and Russia buys gold as sanctions bite. Get all the facts here.

Each and every week, we offer you the latest and most relevant news about the economy and the market of gold and precious metals. Here’s what we gathered for you this week: Gold hits a six-week high, gold demand from India picks up, and Russia’s gold rush continues. Read more.

U.S. economic data was mixed last week, with a number of reports and figures offering conflicting information. And if we take a look at much of the rest of the world, that trend of uncertainty holds. From Russia and Ukraine, to Iraq and Syria, and even back to the mixed messages about inflation here at home, it’s clear this world is becoming increasingly unpredictable. What does it all mean for the future of gold? We try to help you make sense of it all here.