What is Quantitative Easing?

Quantitative Easing allows central banks, such as the U.S. Federal Reserve, to pull the levers of the financial system like never before. Is this strategy effective? Fair? Smart? One thing is certain: it is powerful.

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History of Hard Money: Japan’s Lost Decade

Throughout the 1980s, Japan’s economy soared past the rest of the world. The growth that once earned the envy of investors and economists now stands as a dire warning against debt, speculation, and easy money.

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Gold vs. Money Supply

History is clear: when the money supply increases, the gold price follows. The more dollars are printed, the more can be stuffed into the earth’s limited gold reserves.

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History of Hard Money: The Roman Empire

When Matthew wrote his gospel in 85 AD, one pure silver Denarius covered the daily wages of a skilled Roman craftsman. Three hundred years later, the Denarius had been reduced to a worthless scrap of copper alongside a crumbled empire.

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Gold: The Miracle Metal

Gold’s ability to serve the role of currency, industrial material, and aesthetic symbol make it one of the most unique creations of the natural world.

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The 4 Factors to Evaluate a Gold Investment Strategy

Investing in gold, like many alternative investments, requires a layer of expertise beyond that of stocks and bonds. Breaking this layer is an essential step in maximizing portfolio returns, hedging against inflation, and obtaining the unique benefits of precious metals.

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