The Reserve Bank of Australia has a relatively tiny inventory of gold. What is the disparity between Australian gold in the ground and officials reserves?
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Gold has value because it requires effort to produce it. Gold has value because it isn’t replicable. A central bank can’t create new gold on demand.
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This year, this hated sector — resources — is the best performing on the Aussie market. If you’re looking for a place to speculate, in our view, the Aussie resources sector is just about the best place to start.
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You then need to understand the investment ‘game plan’ that the editor or analyst of that service follows. Do you have an investment game plan?
It’s an especially smart strategy in this volatile and high-risk market. Most investors have hated resources stocks for the past five years.
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As we began to look into famous historical instances of hyperinflation, it became clear that the presence of an alternative form of money was the key to hyperinflation.
After such a strong run, on comparatively high interest rates, we can only imagine what a dose of even lower, and perhaps negative interest rates, will do for the Aussie dollar gold price.
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