The precious metals mining sector will enjoy another boom, says Ed Bugos, Senior Investment Analyst and Financial Editor at The Dollar Vigilante “An unsound one…
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The United States Mint temporarily suspended production at the West Point Mint facility, in order to reduce employee risk of getting COVID-19.
The Idaho House of Representatives voted by a 56-13 margin last week to cease Idaho taxation on precious metals, including gold and silver coins and…
An asteroid worth $5.4 trillion will pass by the Earth on Sunday and you can watch it LIVE! The platinum filled asteroid, Asteroid 2011 UW-158,…
Robotic mining has been in the news in recent months. While this technology is geared towards mining numerous types of resources, it will have considerable implications for precious metals, as well. It could have implications for mining on land, underwater as well as in space.
On land, Timetric’s Mining Intelligence Centre (MIC) estimates that 48% of miners across both Europe and the Former Soviet Union (FSU) plan to make use of autonomous vehicles by 2020.
Ron Paul certainly made an impact on US history.
And so we decided at GoldSilverBitcoin to create a list of some poignant Ron Paul quotes on some important targets. So, without further ado, here they are:
[heading]Secession Movements & Precious Metals[/heading]
The winds of independence are blowing throughout the world, and nothing could be better for our future. This host of succession movements is sweeping over the world, from Crimea to Venice to the US and has major implications for the future of life on earth.
One common thread between governments is wanton printing by central banks. Part of the reason why the US has done so well since the 2008 banking nadir has everything to do with the fact other central banks are printing just as much or more of their own currencies. What does this mean? It means that these countries’ currencies are growing weaker in relation to assets like real estate, precious metals, minerals and other commodities and resources. But, since the price of these resources and commodities are tied to paper “ETF” products, their prices are fundamentally distorted anyway.
A dollar near its seven month low, and still precious metals – namely gold and silver – are wet rags.
The consternation of silver investors who went all-in whilst silver was 1000% since 2005 is tangible when the market sits at an all-time high and silver is the years’ worst performer.