There’s no doubt the cryptocurrency is gaining mainstream supporters, which will go some way to underpinning its value, but it is definitely a case of buyer beware with its history of exceptional volatility. So what is bitcoin, and could gold be an effective hedge for it?
The looming spectre of negative interest rates first reared its head in October and came to the fore again last week, but what could this mean for your assets and is it time to start looking to physical gold for protection?
Like gold, silver has been highly prized for centuries and was thrown into the limelight this week with a meteoric rise in price. So what value does it hold for investors, and how do you know when it’s a good time to invest?
If you are researching investing in gold we hope these more detailed answers will help you. This is the first in a series of blog posts we are publishing to help investors better understand the world of physical gold investments.
If the events of 2020 have taught us anything, it’s that nothing is certain. While there may be more hope for 2021, hope can’t protect your assets from the volatility that is yet to come. So what can?
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As we move into 2022, we explore what the year ahead may hold in store for investors. Can precious metals help protect your wealth in such uncertain times?
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With the chancellor’s announcement of an consultation shake up of the UK capital gains tax laws, we ask, ‘Are your investment returns about to fall victim to a tax raid?’
The development of a vaccine against COVID-19 is clearly heartening news, but it’s not a silver bullet. There remain many obstacles and the damage already done to the economic and social structures globally will persist long after the immediate health danger recedes.
While many people try to build their wealth amid the uncertainty, affluent investors are working to retain their wealth and avoid the erosion of their assets as markets take a pummelling. So how are they doing this and when are they acting?
Biden’s policies will affect business decisions, tax, regulation, the dollar and fiscal stimulus policy, all of which will affect gold prices. So how is a Biden presidency likely to affect gold demand and the rest of the market?