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Crash — How to Survive this Massive Market Crash

Markets crashed last night. The Dow fell 10%. The S&P 500 and the NASDAQ fell around 9.5%. Gold outperformed, but still declined nearly 4%. Thanks to a falling Aussie dollar though, AUD gold actually finished the session higher, at $2,530 an ounce. I’ll have more on AUD gold in a moment. First, let’s continue with … Read More

Special Market Update: Black Swans and Ancient Money

Dear Reader, In today’s Money Morning…three ways to buy gold during a mania phase…plus what would slaughter the bull…black swans and ancient money…debt, demography, and crashing oil prices…and more… We continue our special coverage of financial markets in the age of pandemic. As margin calls roil stock markets and liquidity disappears from the system, we … Read More

Gold: It Doesn’t Change, the Market Does

Dear Reader, Ask any old punter who’s been around in the markets a few decades, and I’m sure they’ve seen a couple of crashes. They know they happen. Their analysis tells them one’s looming… They create an investment strategy to try and minimise the losses… Yet, as Greg Canavan, Dan Denning, and I talked about … Read More

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