The Dollar Articles and Resources
Among all financial markets, the foreign exchange (forex) value of the dollar ranks as one of the most important. Not only is the dollar (USD) the official currency of the United States, but it also serves as the preferred reserve currency for the entire world economy.
Its role as a global reserve makes the U.S. dollar uniquely important for investors to keep track of. The strength or weakness of the dollar has significant implications for the price of gold, as well. Our commentary on the dollar and its impact globally is gathered together here.
Is Gold a Safe Investment Now?
Gold has historically been regarded as a safe investment. Allocating money toward gold can protect investor capital, especially during times of economic uncertainty.
Is Saudi Arabia Selling Oil to China for Gold?
Rumors are making rounds that Saudi Arabia is selling oil for yuan, which it converts into gold on the Shanghai International Gold Exchange (SGEI).
How Much Does ChatGPT Know—and Not Know—About Coins?
ChatGPT is a new AI tool that has caught everyone’s attention. It's not Skynet from the Terminator film, but you wouldn’t know that by the hyperbolic reactions.
The Hierarchy of Money and the Case for $8,000 Gold
A long-term gold valuation model, assuming gold accounts for the majority of international reserves, suggests the gold price exceeds $8,000 in the coming decade.
Is the World on the Brink of a Banking Crisis?
After a prominent U.S. bank collapsed last week, the public is growing increasingly worried about the health of the banking system. Is this an isolated incident?
Best Safe Haven Assets to Protect Your Wealth
Safe haven assets provide investors with a store of value during times of market instability and economic turmoil. These assets include gold, bonds, certain stocks, and even cash.
Zoltan Pozsar, the Four Prices of Money, and the Coming Gold Bull Market
Because equities are in a bear market as we speak, we can expect a gold bull market in the years ahead, enabled by the Federal Reserve changing the price of money.
Is the Gold Price at a Turning Point?
Gold is in a transition phase. In the short-term gold still has downside risk, but the medium- and long-term outlook for gold market is optimistic.
Inflation Is Here. Why Isn't Gold $3,000 an Ounce Yet?
You may wonder why gold is so cheap today, when inflation and global tensions dominate the headlines. Bullion doesn’t seem to be playing by the rules right now.