digital gold

  1. A Few Unwise Investors Are Selling ALL Their Precious Metals to Buy Bitcoin!

    A Few Unwise Investors Are Selling ALL Their Precious Metals to Buy Bitcoin!
    There is a new trend by individuals in the alternative media community who are now selling out of precious metals and buying into Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies. While this may seem like a good idea, especially when Bitcoin and the cryptocurrencies reach new all-time highs, it is likely a big mistake. Now, I am not saying that individuals shouldn’t invest in...
  2. Second Bitcoin Futures Debut Could Lure Volume To Wild Market

    Second Bitcoin Futures Debut Could Lure Volume To Wild Market
    NEW YORK  - Bitcoin investors expect futures volumes to perk up when CME Group Inc, the world’s largest derivatives exchange operator, launches its own contract to wager on the cryptocurrency on Sunday. The second U.S. bitcoin futures launch is seen as another step towards big institutional investors warming up to a volatile asset that had until recently been accessible only...
  3. Problem of Fake Gold Bars

    Problem of Fake Gold Bars
    You don’t need to be a conspiracy theorist to find this worrying: a 1kg gold bar, certified as 99.98% pure by XRF (X-ray fluorescence) tests, turns out to have been drilled out and largely replaced with tungsten. This bar was discovered only because it was 2 grams lighter than it ought to have been: the forgers failed to add quite...
  4. Really, Are You Investing in Gold? … or you thought so

    Really, Are You Investing in Gold? … or you thought so
    In 2008, we had the Global Financial Crisis. Stocks tanked. Gold rose rapidly. It has ignited a global rush to get the yellow metal. This includes central banks, billionaires, and millions of individual investors worldwide. After all, gold is regarded as a safe haven against a plausible economic disaster in the near future. This rush has also caught up in...
  5. Bitcoin Balloons on Overheated Air

    Bitcoin Balloons on Overheated Air
    Ever since the dot-com and housing bubbles popped in 2000 and 2008, spotting bubbles has become a national obsession. Investors have spotted bubbles in bonds, credit, equities, gold -- you name it -- over the last several years. I wouldn’t use the B-word to describe any of those investments -- yet. In fact, I wouldn’t even nominate any of them for Most...

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