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Will the Fed make a rate cut today?

Will the Fed make a rate cut today?

Posted on July 31, 2019
There might be another Fed rate cut soon, even today, which would be followed by two others. We – and many others – believe that it’s a strange time to take such a step. Still, from an investor’s point of view, it may have some advantages: with some good ideas, it’s possible to profit of it.

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Why did gold become money?

Why did gold become money?

Posted on July 10, 2019
We all know that gold was synonymous with money in the past. We also know that it’s still valuable up to this day. What’s more, it’s not only valuable, it’s more and more popular. How has it become the phenomenon that it has through time? Science has the answers!

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Is this the uptrend in gold we’ve been waiting for?

Is this the uptrend in gold we’ve been waiting for?

Posted on July 01, 2019
We were expecting an upward turn for gold for a while, and now it seems it might have come at last. The precious metal’s price started to be bullish and in the last weeks it’s on a serious rise. The global market environment, especially central bank policies and other outlooks are certainly in a right position for gold’s rise.

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Will cryptos finally have real-life use?

Will cryptos finally have real-life use?

Posted on June 19, 2019
More than a dozen of the world’s biggest banks are planning to launch digital versions of major currencies just next year. After more than a decade of volatile Bitcoin rallies and crashes, digital currencies may finally have a real-life use. The underlying technology can bring great changes to financial markets.

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Gold is still getting more popular

Gold is still getting more popular

Posted on June 05, 2019
Demand for gold remained high in the first quarter of 2019. After a record-breaking last year, it had its best kick-off in 6 years. Its stable performance lead Malaysian Prime Minister to word his idea about a gold-backed currency for East Asian trading. Why? Because the precious metal is harder to manipulate than currencies.

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