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Wednesday, April 1st, 2020 MST

Coronavirus roils metals’ market

Investors who had never thought of buying precious metals are pouring into the metals, depleting inventories.  Compounding the problem, the US Mint and the Royal Canadian Mint are closed, and they have not indicated when they will reopen.

Junk Silver Coins at really low prices

Several reasons to buy pre-1965 US 90% silver coins. One, we are selling them at .39 over spot (dimes and quarters).  In hot markets, such as in 2011, they can pick up premiums of $5 an ounce over spot.  Further, during the Y2K scare, 90% silver coins carried a 50% premium over the spot value

Gold Highlights from the World Gold Council

Total fourth quarter (Q4) demand fell 19% y-o-y to 1,045.2 tons. Two main contributors to the drop were jewelry and physical bar demand, both of which reacted to the elevated gold price. In US dollar value terms, the decline in Q4 demand was much shallower – down just 3% to US $49.7 billion. Inflows into

A major recession on the horizon?

Warren Buffett is considered the most successful investor of our time.  One of the indicators that he follows is the stock market’s total valuation to GDP, which is now flashing red.  Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway currently holds in excess of $128 billion in cash. The vertical grey lines in the chart are major recessions.  Note how

Gold breaks out of bullish flag pattern

On October 24, 2019, I posted a bullish flag pattern, wherein gold appeared ready to break out to new highs, above the $1500 level.  It did not. Prices fell from there.  However, as prices fell, they did not violate the flag pattern.  They merely extended the pattern.

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