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Saturday, July 2, 2022

Gold & Precious Metals in A Post Pandemic World

Precious Metals


Are Gold & Precious Metals Coming Back With A Bang? And Should You Be Taking A Closer Look Too?

Precious metals, especially gold, have always been seen as an investment hedge against inflation and a safe haven refuge when financial markets hit periods of stress and turmoil. Historically, when stock markets have plunged downwards, the price of gold and other precious metals like silver and platinum have gone up.

But it seemed like that anti-correlation between gold and stocks markets had broken when stock markets crashed as the full extent of the seriousness of the Covid-19 pandemic hit home for investors. In early March, the price of gold and silver didn’t rise as equities plunged. They also dropped. Gold fell from $1680 on March 9th to $1450 om March 16th, less than a week before the FTSE 100, S&P 500 and other major indices hit their March 23rd lows.

In the report we’ll take a closer look at and simply explain:

  • Why Some Of The Biggest And Most Successful Investors In The World Are Betting On Gold
  • Are Gold Mining Stocks Also Attractive?
  • What About Silver? A Growing Number Of Investors Are Betting On A Major Rally
  • Silver Miner Stocks
  • Platinum and Palladium
  • Ways To Invest In Gold and Precious Metals

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