skwealthacademy Mid-Year Financial Review: What You Need to Know to Survive H2 2020

Before I get started, please note that you can now download, for free, mp3 audio files of all my podacsts on Podbean, Apple iTunes and Spotify.    In my mid-year financial review, I am going to review what I believe are the most important podcasts, out of the 107 I’ve published on my new skwealthacademy … Continue reading skwealthacademy Mid-Year Financial Review: What You Need to Know to Survive H2 2020

A Quick Performance Review of skwealthacademy Investment Suggestions from January/ February

Here is a quick performance review of skwealthacademy investment suggestions, for those considering becoming skwealthacademy patrons, of the type of exclusive patron only content you will receive, through a discussion of calls I made publicly right here on this news site. On 30 January 2020 and 6 February 2020, I published two articles you can … Continue reading A Quick Performance Review of skwealthacademy Investment Suggestions from January/ February

Violent Price Divergences Are Developing Between Physical Precious Metals and Futures Prices

Violent price divergences are developing between physical precious metals and futures prices for the big four: gold, silver, platinum, and palladium. Rapidly rising initial and maintenance margins into a collapsing global stock markets have undoubtedly caused forced selling of precious metals futures contracts. In addition, margin calls in both futures and stock markets have exacerbated … Continue reading Violent Price Divergences Are Developing Between Physical Precious Metals and Futures Prices

The Worst Advice About the Best Ways to Invest in Gold

The Worst Advice About the Best Ways to Invest in Gold is Always Advice to Buy Paper Gold The worst advice about the best ways to invest in gold, even in almost every top article returned under an internet search about "the best ways to invest in gold" is to buy paper gold for its … Continue reading The Worst Advice About the Best Ways to Invest in Gold

Protected: Is There Any Validity to the Claim that Bitcoin Could be a Trojan Horse? (v2.0) | Patron Members Only

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