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We make every effort to demonstrate a balanced conversation between gold, crypto and fiat currencies when it comes to purchasing power and, whilst we strongly believe that gold is the fairest and most reliable currency on the planet, we obviously need to point out that it isn’t 100% risk free. Whilst we have seen a steady increase over time, the value of gold can fall, which means that its purchasing power can also decline.
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Soapbox: A rock and a hard place
Welcome news last week – interest rates have started to rise on both sides of the Atlantic. The US Federal Reserve and the Bank...
10 May 2022
Bullion Bulletin: Hard and Soft Assets
Mark Twain once gave a piece of investment advice: "Buy land", he said. His justification was "they're not making it anymore"....
8 May 2022
Glint’s Helpful Hints: Buying the dip
'Buying the dip' is a traders' catchphrase which refers to buying an asset when it has dropped in price, in the belief/hope that i...
5 May 2022
Glint's Helpful HInts
Soapbox: The puzzle over Putin’s plans for gold
President Vladimir Putin is angry not just with Ukraine, but with the West generally. That's one reason why one of his closest ass...
3 May 2022
Bullion Bulletin: Farewell, soft landing
As recently as mid-2020 the US central bank, the Federal Reserve, was 'targeting' inflation – i.e. trying to ensure inflation wa...
1 May 2022
Glint’s Helpful Hints: Why Glint?
In this week's Treasury, Jason Cozens, our founder and CEO, gives the raison d'etre for Glint in his interview with GB Ne...
28 April 2022
Glint's Helpful HInts
Soapbox: Janet Yellen’s humpty-dumpty fantasy
If someone last June said that US inflation (then 4.2%) was due to "transitory factors" , and less than a year later the consumer...
26 April 2022
Bullion Bulletin: ETFs and the ownership of gold – read the fine print
Gold exchange traded funds (ETFs) in the first quarter of 2022 had net inflows of 269 tonnes, the highest quarterly net inflow sin...
24 April 2022
What is a Stablecoin and How Do They Work?
You’ve heard of bitcoin, crypto and blockchain, but what about stablecoin? If you’re unfamiliar with this new, up-and-coming d...
21 April 2022