The Yield "Curve" Knows - Craig Hemke (13/08/2019)
August 13, 2019
As global interest plummets to historically negative levels—and as the
U.S. bond market reveals a deeply inverted yield curve—it's time again to
assess what all of this means for the precious metals investor.
Just yesterday, a fellow on CNBC remarked that "no one had seen
this coming". By "this", he meant a sharp rally in both gold and
bonds. Oh really? We write these articles for Sprott Money each and every week.
On April 2, we
posted this, a warning of what was coming... as foreshadowed by the bond
On May 28, the very
day this ongoing surge in precious metals prices began, we posted this article.
If you missed it, you should be certain to read it now:
So, if the bond market was telling you to buy gold and silver in lateRead More
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