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Cumberland Advisors Guest Commentary – Gold & NIRP

Author: David R. Kotok, Post Date: June 26, 2019
Market Commentary - Cumberland Advisors - Gold

Peter Boockvar, a Camp K fisherman and a super-sharp analyst, sent the note and chart below. We thank him for giving us permission to share his note below. It is logical that gold would outperform $14 trillion of negative-interest-rate sovereign debt issued by creditworthy governments like Germany and Switzerland. Remember: Gold counts as a monetary […]

The Currency Wars Are Starting to Flare Up Again

Author: , Post Date: June 22, 2019
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Excerpt from Bloomberg The Currency Wars Are Starting to Flare Up Again 06/18/2019 By Robert Burgess NEGATIVE YIELDS KEEP EXPANDING Draghi’s dovish comments did wonders for the sovereign bond market, sparking a rally that pushed yields lower almost everywhere around the world. French 10-year note yields fell to zero for the first time after Swedish […]

Gold Is Surging. How to Play It With ETFs

Author: , Post Date: June 21, 2019
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Excerpt from Barron’s Gold Is Surging. How to Play It With ETFs 06/21/2019 By Evie Liu While gold doesn’t offer yield like bonds do, this matters less in a world where rates on many fixed-income assets are at historic lows. Investors also expect the Federal Reserve to cut its target rate later this year, which […]