How to Buy Gold and Silver in Scottsdale AZ

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If you’re wondering how to buy gold and silver in Scottsdale AZ, start with this investment guide. If U.S. money can’t be backed by gold, at least our investment portfolios can. In 1971, America abandoned the gold standard. President Richard Nixon announced the U.S. would no longer convert dollars into gold at a fixed value…. Read more »

Weekly Gold Price Recap: June 1 – June 5, 2015

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After a fairly promising month of May, the performance of gold during the initial week of June has been completely bearish.  From the 1st to the 5th the precious metal lost over twenty-five dollars per ounce as the U.S. dollar index continued to rise and put pressure on the Federal Reserve to accelerate interest rates…. Read more »

How Are Gold and Oil Prices Related?

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Gold has a long history as a benchmark of value and purchasing power across the world. Many modern forecasters now study the correlations between the price of gold and a number of other commodities and assets, including oil. Notably, in the past few years, gold’s relationship to oil has undergone some reinterpretation. A Complex Financial… Read more »

Weekly Gold Price Recap: May 25 – May 29, 2015

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The short trading week following the Memorial Day holiday on Monday painted a fairly flat line for gold. The yellow metal opened the week initially retreating from a one-month high. Tuesday showed losses from the previous week, specifically achieving a two-week low of $1,197. The drop can be attributed to comments made by Federal Reserve… Read more »

Experts Starting to Agree: U.S. on the Verge of Recession

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The economic reports from the first quarter are starting to roll in and the news is not good. Although some data may be adjusted, the consensus is that the U.S. economy shrunk in the beginning part of 2015. The recently released April numbers are telling a similar story, leading some economists to start hinting that… Read more »