BFI Infinity recently published its latest issue of the InSights newsletter, published on a quarterly basis. In it, Daniel Zurbrügg contributed an excellent piece regarding the outlook of BFI Infinity, in view of the coronavirus threat and other critical factors affecting financial markets. Below you will find a condensed video version of his analysis.
The World Gold Council recently noted that the actual demand for gold dipped slightly in 2019. So how does this play against the jump in the precious metal's prices and the flight to safe havens amidst last year's volatility?
In an interview with Frank Suess, Jeff Nabers of the Nabers Group asked Frank to comment in a simple and understandable way on a number of questions and topics. The result was fun and interesting to watch, even for us at Global Gold who work with Frank regularly and closely. We hope you enjoy it too.
In one of our blog articles in October, we took a closer look at the “repo market incident” that caused the Fed to start pumping billions into the financial system again. At the time, the central bank described this development as inconsequential to its policy targets and outlook and successfully downplayed the significance of its own interventions as “purely technical measures”. Media coverage was also limited, very few of th...
Nobody seemed to be paying much attention to the recent Federal Reserve bailouts in the US banking system over the past two weeks. Within a very short time, the Fed pumped hundreds of billions of dollars into the repo market. Once again, US banks are no longer able to get credit from other banks via the repo market and the Fed stepped in to save the day.
The July 2019 BFI Infinity InSights investment update has just been published. It makes for great reading and gives us some solid insights on what lies ahead economically and in financial markets. More importantly, the report provides hands-on advice on how to structure and protect our investment portfolio as we head into very “muddy waters”.