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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Gold prices have chopped higher since bottoming in December 2015. The move has not been as exciting as precious metals bulls would like but its followed a trend of higher lows nonetheless. During the same time frame, Gold has tested the $1360 – $1375 price level on multiple occasions – see resistance line at (1). […] Read More
On March 26 China finally launched a yuan-dominated oil futures contract. Over the last decade there have been a number of “false-starts,” but this time the contract has gotten approval from China’s State Council. With that approval, the “petroyuan” will become real and China will set out to challenge the “petrodollar” for dominance. Adam Levinson, […] Read More
The stock market roller coaster continues into March. In January cash repatriation and corporate tax cuts sent the stock markets to all time highs. So Why is the Stock Market Roiling Now? The threat of tariffs. Wall Street and globalists lost an important White House voice in Gary Cohn, (Chief Economic Advisor and Director of […] Read More
The regulator plans to take first steps towards formation of a single trade system with the People’s Republic of China in 2018 MOSCOW, November 24. /TASS/. BRICS countries are discussing the possibility of establishing a single gold trade system, First Deputy Chairman of Russia’s Central Bank Sergey Shvetsov said Friday. “The traditional (trade) system based […] Read More
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 […] Read More
It may be frustrating to watch the gold price remain dormant as stock markets continue to push higher. But while cryptos and Trump grab a lot of the headlines, you might be surprised to know there are significant forces behind the scenes that signal the gold market is not only strong but suggest something big […] Read More
Which One’s A Bubble & How Much Energy Do They Really Consume If you are investing in either Bitcoin or Gold, it’s important to understand which asset is behaving more like a bubble than the other. While it’s impossible to understand how the market will value these two very different assets in the future, we […] Read More
US stock markets hit another all-time high on Friday. The S&P 500 is nearing 2,600 and the Dow is over 23,300. In fact, US stocks have only been more expensive two times since 1881. According to Yale economist Robert Shiller’s Cyclically Adjusted Price to Earnings (CAPE) ratio – which is the market price divided by […] Read More
The Central Bank of Russia has recently been buying bullion at an unprecedented pace. According to Argentine financial expert Gabriel Rubinstein, this policy is aimed at protecting the Russian economy in the event of crisis situations, including against dollar-related “manipulations” by the US. “Countries stockpile gold for strategic and defensive reasons; for instance, in case […] Read More
The International Monetary Fund on Wednesday said nine of the world’s biggest financial institutions may find it hard to thrive in the new global economy and deserve heightened attention from regulators. In its latest report on global financial market stability, the IMF listed nine banks: Citigroup C, -0.32% Société Générale GLE, -0.06% SCGLY, +0.13% UniCredit […] Read More
Three weeks after the US imposed financial sanctions on Venezuela in an effort to cripple its economy and choke the Maduro regime, which in turn prompted Caracas to announce it would no longer receive or send payments in dollars, and that those who wished to trade Venezuelan crude would have to do so in Chinese […] Read More
Many Daily Reckoning readers are familiar with the original petrodollar deal the U.S made with Saudi Arabia. It was set up by Henry Kissinger and Saudi princes in 1974 to prop up the U.S. dollar. At the time, confidence in the dollar was on shaky ground because President Nixon had ended gold convertibility of dollars […] Read More