Ever wondered what happens to the gold market during a recession? We’ve answered some of your most frequently asked questions about gold and recessions so you can understand more about this safe-haven investment in these economically turbulent times.
The turn of the century has seen a significant shift in the moral compass of the world. Focus is now firmly on sustainability and environmental activism, so where does gold fit into this new world order? Is it an ethical investment choice?
If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is. Any investor should bear this in mind when considering which assets to buy. Buying gold can seem daunting. Companies can’t tell you what to buy, so researching is essential when investing in precious metals.
These days, there are many ways to buy into gold without ever actually owning the physical metal. So which form of investment gold is right for you?
In the early days of COVID-19, retail investors tried to buy gold to protect their assets. Just as demand rocketed, supply was crimped by lockdowns and travel restrictions, lead times lengthened, and the great gold squeeze of 2020 began.
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The silver rush prompted by the Reddit investor army may have been only a short-lived surge, but it has had a lasting effect on retail silver demand.
Ever wondered what the best online resource for gold price is? Not sure what the difference is between investing in real or digital gold?
Our second instalment of FAQs is here to answer all those questions and more to help you on your gold investment journey.
The gold market is unlike any other. It’s not just a commodity, it’s a currency and an investment vehicle. So when is the best time to buy?
Holiday demand surged following Boris Johnson’s roadmap to reopening, but are people jumping the gun? Is the idea of freedom clouding sound judgement when financial stability is not assured?
The outcome tipped in favour of propelling the economy forward, but the sombre note of caution that accompanied the budget forewarned of straightened times ahead. So how can you safeguard your assets from the impact of budgetary changes?
Are private investors just collateral damage in a giant game of manipulation? Is it safe to go into the investment waters? Recent headlines about small traders pushing up the price of shares in US company Gamestop have reignited the debate. So what is happening?