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This Enormous Debt Will Implode Our Financial System

After the internet bubble in stocks burst in 2000, the Fed used a big decrease in the Federal Funds rate to stimulate the economy. After stocks crashed for over two years, the investment community took advantage of cheap money to build up the housing market. The housing market was then brought down by subprime lending […]

Variable Annuities Come with a Substantial Level of Risk

Wise investment advisors generally consider their clients’ long-term financial goals, meaning the goal at least ten years in the future. While Midas Gold Group is not and should not be confused with an investment advisory firm, we have spent decades helping investors put money into private long-term assets. As the government spends trillions of dollars […]

Jerome Powell Talked to Senate Banking Committee on Tuesday

On February 23, Jerome H. Powell, the Federal Reserve chair, testified to lawmakers on the economic rebound from the pandemic recession and the threat of future inflation. Equity markets continue to trade wildly as GameStop and Tesla continue to attract speculators as the Fed is seen as a savior no matter what. We all know […]

A Quiet Week for Gold, but Interesting Headlines

Gold hit an all-time high recently around $2,080 per ounce. The yellow metal closed at $1,935 an ounce before the volatile Labor Day holiday on Monday. Stocks took a big hit after a tremendous run since April and were probably extended for sure. The question facing most investors is where do we go from here? […]

Fed Has No Option but to Continue Printing Money

Many economists are still predicting a V-Shaped post Coronavirus shutdown. The rebounding stock market would seem to support the V-Shaped theory. However, others predict a real turnaround could take a decade. The drastic recovery in the stock market is not based on strong market fundamentals. The unemployment rate at nearly 20% is drastically higher even […]

3 Reasons the Bull Market in Equities May Derail in 2020

Reason #1: Equity Valuations and Debt Levels of World Markets are Not Fixable Since the financial crises of 2009, the Nasdaq Composite has increased sevenfold. World debt has more than doubled from $120 trillion to more than $260 trillion. A fundamental case can be made that equity valuations have skyrocketed because of government bailouts, Federal […]

Time to Take Gold Seriously

The Dutch Central Bank made an interesting statement in a report published during October. De Nederlandse Bank said that gold was an important and critical asset. The report issued by the central bank said,

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