Today’s unprecedented announcement by the world’s most powerful central banks was a loud and clear bell ringing to buy precious metals. The move, disguised as an attempt to help the fragile state of the global economy, is in reality a move to prop up failing banks in Europe and the US.
By reducing interest rates paid for dollar swaps, central bankers are in effect increasing the quantity of global dollars in circulation. The result? The dollar will weaken, inflation will rise, and gold will soar. Gold was up more than $30 today, and the dollar got crushed. - in europac
Related stocks, Newmont Mining (NEM), Barrick Gold (ABX), Goldcorp (GG), AngloGold (AU), Novagold (NG)
Related ETFs, IShares Silver ETF (SLV), SPDR Gold ETF (GLD)
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