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Never has the threat of world war been more imminent than right now.
Most of the world's infrastructure continues to rely on outdated technology powered by oil and gas.
History proves no country is immune to the devastating effects war has on currency reevaluation.
This makes hard assets highly desirable - gold and oil being the two most coveted. more demand... read more
The average corporate tax rate among 20 competing markets is under 20%, but in the United States this number is 35%.
A 2016 report by Ernst & Young found that a reduction in that rate to the more competitive level of 25% would have "prevented foreign takeovers of 1300 companies". This doesn't even account for the losses attributed to tax inversions;... read more
According to a spokesperson at Canada's largest bank RBC, the current gold price has no legitimate support because they say, it stems from record breaking investor demand in gold ETF 's and a reshuffling of asset positions at Comex. It sounds as if even the bank's are running low on excuses to justify their bearish positions on gold - They say that without a... read more