Global equities, and bonds, have found themselves in volatile waters now Fed stimulus is coming to an end and investors around the world start preparing for...

Global equities, and bonds, have found themselves in volatile waters now Fed stimulus is coming to an end and investors around the world start preparing for rising US interest rates. Gold, oft referred to as the ultimate safe-haven, has not been able to benefit. Maybe this shouldn't surprise given gold's historically reverse correlation with the US dollar. Or given gold's oft negative correlation with equity bull markets. Or due to gold's iron clad correlation with real US interest rates. The last time these three factors combined together -between 1981-2000- times became really tough for gold and there was little joy for investors staying the course. Is this time going to be different? My Weekly Insights: (VIEW LINK)


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