Gold is a store of wealth
NUcapital Precious Metals Industries was established to provide the market with an alternative investment to paper based investments. Since the earliest times, silver and gold have been used as fair weights and measures to promote trade and industry. The advisers of NUcapital have many years of working experience in the financial planning field. It is with this knowledge that they impart understanding of the vital aspect that silver and gold and other precious metals must have on an investment portfolio at this time.
The financial systems of today are increasingly tied together.
Foreign trade by imports and exports and the swiftness of these transactions due to extreme technology that computers and market and banking systems now offer, should concern everybody. NUcapital are of the opinion that by not pegging value to a hard asset like gold and silver these countries because of their mounting debt, have increased the likelihood of a re rating in the market, a crash, far bigger than 2008.
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Central banks have bought the most gold since the end of the second world war with the commodity becoming an increasingly valuable hedge against growing global instability. The near record build up in government debt globally, particularly in the US, makes other perceived risk-free assets less attractive. Gold is seen to have returns similar to […] Read More
Think of it as a potential silver lining for investors. A burgeoning shortage of the precious white metal is promising to boost its price as 2019 rolls out. Silver surged 9.1% in December, its biggest monthly gain in almost two years. This year, with miners avoiding new projects amid global economic uncertainty, the price could […] Read More
Russian gold could become the perfect alternative to conservative investments in the greenback, the CEO of Russia’s key trading floor, Moscow Exchange (MOEX), believes. “Let’s offer an alternative to the US dollar in the form of Russian gold, which we produce… investment gold,” – CEO Alexander Afanasiev suggested, speaking in the Lower House of Russia’s […] Read More
Gold and silver prices had a rough summer season. After trading to a high of $1365.40 on the continuous futures contract in April, selling in the gold market took the price of just over the $1160 level in mid-August when the dollar index reached its most recent peak at 96.865. Gold dropped to its lowest […] Read More
Central Banks have become big players in the gold market and now control 10% of the total market demand. Now, this wasn’t always the case. Just ten years ago, the Central Banks were main suppliers via their policy of dumping gold into the market. However, the Central Bank strategy to sell gold into the market […] Read More
This is it! The autumn of 2018 will be momentous in the world economy, markets and politics. We are now seeing the Last Hurrah for stocks, bonds, the dollar and most asset markets. The world economy has been living on borrowed time since the 2006-9 crisis. The financial system should have collapsed at that time. […] Read More
The weekend slide in the rand has caused many to panic, with some analysts attributing it to South African failures, presidential inefficiencies and other local elements. The truth, however, is far more complex. This is according to Bianca Botes, corporate treasury manager at Peregrine Treasury Solutions who said that the first key element to note […] Read More
South African gold output saw its biggest drop in over a year in May, falling 16.2% year-on-year. This is another sign that the one-time world leader in gold production could be running out of the yellow metal. May’s decline came on the heels of a 5.8% drop in production in April. It was the eighth […] Read More
As gold dealers, one of the more common questions we get is, “When will gold and silver prices take off again, like they did in 2001 and 2009?” In other words, investors want to know why they’ve been holding onto assets that have traded in a very tight range for quite a few years and […] Read More
Peter Schiff has been saying that even though the stock market is on a slow downward slide, the biggest problem is actually in the bond market. Last week, Schiff warned us to be wary of the calm before the storm, and this week, he said most, including the Federal Reserve, are oblivious to the upcoming […] Read More
Some big investors see warning signs ahead for markets but are holding their positions. Egyptian billionaire Naguib Sawiris is taking action: He’s put half of his $5.7 billion net worth into gold. He said in an interview Monday that he believes gold prices will rally further, reaching $1,800 per ounce from just above $1,300 now, […] Read More
Late last month, China finally launched its much anticipated yuan-denominated oil futures contract. Many analysts think this is yet another sign that the mighty dollar’s world dominance is coming to an end. The yuan-based oil contracts were a long time coming with several announcements and false starts over the last 10 years. The launch was […] Read More