Global stocks are lower across the board to start the week, as concerns about Trump's administration to pull off a material tax reform plan finally emerge, pressuring S&P futures some 20 points lower this morning, following European and Asian shares lower, while crude oil prices fall unable to find support in this weekend's OPEC meeting in Kuwait where a committee recommended to extend oil production cuts by another 6 months.
"Whenever it feels really difficult and challenging to put money at work, ultimately those are often the better investments. That sense of skepticism, that wall of worry, which is still there, to me is not a discouragement."
Blockchain and gold will likely make a “good team”, but they’re not ready yet. RCM and GoldMoney blockchain product asks you to trust in government and the technology, servers, IT, websites etc of the providers
Turkey's Prime Minister Binali Yildirim said that his country will retaliate in the "harshest ways" to Dutch moves to bar the flight of the Turkish foreign minister and prevent the family minister from entering the Turkish consulate in Rotterdam, while Dutch PM Mark Rutte slammed Erdogan: "This is a man who yesterday made us out for fascists and a country of Nazis. I’m going to de-escalate, but not by offering apologies. Are you nuts?" he told a morning talk show.
Royal Mint – a royally expensive way to help the government. Unallocated gold – If you cannot hold it, you do not own it. Own gold bullion coins as insurance, to reduce counter party risk and to preserve wealth. Conclusion – Reduce Counterparties, Don’t Overcomplicate
Switzerland is the answer to those who claim that Islamic terrorism is reserved for those countries that have participated in operations against ISIS or other Muslim terror organizations. Switzerland has done neither, yet its flag figured among sixty other enemy flags shown in an ISIS propaganda video. Swiss authorities are currently investigating 480 suspected jihadists in the country.
he CIA recently released a series of declassified 1970s memos relating to the gold market and the newly created SDR. These memos give new insight how the CIA viewed the gold market, the perceived manipulation of gold and the potential for the SDR to become a gold substitute in the international monetary system.