Take a look back over the history of central banks in the United States and beyond, and you’ll notice there is a long, clearly documented history of manipulation of gold prices. This isn’t particularly surprising or unusual—just about all financial markets see some level of manipulation. But it is especially noteworthy in the case of gold, because gold is such a foil to the banks that it is in the best interest of the banks to control it as much as possible. Central banks tend to be a little nervous (or even scared) of the idea of gold, because it... View Article
Categories for Gold IRAs
November 21, 2018
- The Chinese Trade War: How Can We Expect It to Affect Stocks and Businesses in 2019?
- What Should I Invest in, in Light of the National Debt Crisis?
- Is a Return to the Gold Standard Imminent?
- What Is Happening at the End of March, and What Does It Mean for Gold?
- Basel III and Banks Buying Gold: Is There a Connection?