Why add this Royal Canadian Mint - 1 oz. Gold Bar (New Sealed With Assay Certificate) to your collection?
This Royal Canadian Mint 1 oz. Gold Bar is perfect for many types of gold buyers, from those who buy bullion to those who seek out attractive items. The bar comes in an assay card that serves to protect it from damage. The card itself enhances the viewing experience, as it includes different colored maple leafs, a reference to the Canadian bullion coin that is widely collected throughout the world. The designs of both sides of the bar are quite simple. Dominating the obverse is the logo of the Royal Canadian Mint, complete with inscriptions of its name in English and French along the circle that surrounds the image. Under that, there are four lines of text. The first identifies its weight, “1 OZ,” the second its purity, “.9999,” the third the metal in English, “FINE GOLD,” and the fourth repeating the same in French, “OR PUR.” At the bottom is the bar’s serial number, which makes for easy verification of its authenticity. The reverse features a repeating horizontal pattern of the Mint’s logo. For an easy and affordable way to add an ounce of gold that you know you can liquidate if and when you choose to do so, this bar offers an excellent option.
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Did you know that the global debt has reached $152 trillion dollars up from $112 trillion just 4 years ago?
And many economists around the globe are saying the global debt crisis has reached a dangerous phase.
When this equity bubble bursts, will gold get a boost or will the price of gold suffer the same fate as equities as higher interest rates boost the dollar and crush the price of gold. Or will gold be the only safe haven investment?
Today’s Fedwatch Tool shows a 15 pct. chance of a rate hike being announced on Wednesday.
The price of gold virtually motionless as the market awaits some news from Federal Reserve chair Janet Yellen’s speech Friday at Jackson Hole.
As of this writing, fully one quarter of all global bonds are offering negative yields. Many experts are openly predicting a steady march of $1,500 per ounce over the next six months.
If this pattern continues gold will be under strong pressure to the downside no matter how much of an inflow we see into the ETF funds.
After last night’s horrific attack in France, the rally cry from the people of France is getting louder for France to exit the EU, as the UK did to control its own destiny. The question remains who will be next?
This one number doesn’t change the fact the UK and all of the EU community continues to see a strong demand for the physical metal.
With all these problems, has physical gold ever shined brighter? Maybe Ms. Yellen will give us some insight today.
All this news giving Gold and Silver the boost we all were hoping for.
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So the picture I’m trying to paint is: Over the pond things are not as rosy as Ms. Lagarde and Ms. Merkel would have you believe.
I wanted to share his comments with each one of you so you can hear from other sources on how damaging negative interest rates could be. These comments only add fuel to the momentum that has been created by ETF purchases from the beginning of the year.
On our shores, the Federal Reserve governors continue to send out mixed signals every time they share their opinions. This policy continues to create a smoke screen for the investor on the possibility of future rate decisions.
As I enjoy taking a contrary position on topics like this, I believe Gold will continue to be well supported at these levels and I don’t believe the data the Fed will look at going forward will give them any ammunition to raise rates at the next Fed meeting.
Is there a pattern developing here? We will see.
This article will discuss the differences in buying physical gold and ETFs. Some see it as a buying opportunity I guess, with the price of gold consolidating at these current levels.
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