Skulderna i världen har aldrig varit så höga som de är idag samtidigt som man trycker pengar för att hålla systemet igång. Guld och silver har varit en del av det monetära systemet under flera tusen år. De senaste dryga 40 åren har man dock valt att lämna dessa ädelmetaller utanför och det har medfört ökade skulder och ett ohållbart system.

Goldman Sachs säger det är hög tid att köpa guld

Publicerad 2020-03-25 13:27:04 i Ekonomi,

Goldman Sachs tells clients it is time to buy gold

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Gold continued to push higher on Tuesday as a recent wave of selling dried up and Goldman Sachs told its clients the time had come to buy the “currency of last resort”. Like other asset classes, gold was hit hard in the recent scramble for US dollars, falling more than 12 per cent from its early March peak of around $1,700 a troy ounce to $1,460 last week.  The yellow metal started to see a resurgence on Monday, rising by more than 4 per cent after the Federal Reserve said it would buy unlimited amounts of government bonds and the US dollar fell.  It gained another 4 per cent to $1,618 on Tuesday helped by the recommendation from Goldman Sachs, which said gold was at an inflection point and could hit $1,800 over the next 12 months. The record high for gold is $1,900, reached in 2011. “We have long argued that gold is the currency of last resort, acting as a hedge against currency debasement when policymakers act to accommodate shocks such as the one being experienced now,” said Jeffrey Currie, head of commodities at the Wall Street bank. As well as being seen as a hedge against all kinds of market volatility, gold is viewed by many investors as a way to protect themselves from the debasement of currencies and also inflation.
(FILES) In this file photo taken on February 20, 2020 Swiss gold bars are pictured in Paris. - In times of crisis, gold, which often benefits from a safe haven image, is prized by investors. So much so that retailers specialising in the sale of precious metals have seen their activity jump and are struggling to cope with the influx of orders, on the back of the Covid-19 novel coronavirus pandemic. "The phone keeps ringing" and "the demands have exploded," Alessandro Soldati, director of Gold Avenue, the official dealer of the Pamp group, world leader in precious metals, told AFP on March 24, 2020. (Photo by JOEL SAGET / AFP) (Photo by JOEL SAGET/AFP via Getty Images)


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