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How Much Gold Does the Reserve Bank of New Zealand Have in 2022?

HOW MUCH GOLD DOES THE RESERVE BANK OF NEW ZEALAND HAVE?

We’ve had the odd query from other New Zealanders asking, “how much gold does the Reserve ‎Bank of New Zealand (RBNZ) actually have?”. Our guess is people are probably asking because since the financial crisis net gold purchases by global central banks have switched from negative (i.e. they were selling), to positive (i.e. they are […]

Has Russia Just Put a Floor Under Gold? Russian Central Bank Sets Fixed Price of 5,000 Roubles per Gram

HAS RUSSIA JUST PUT A FLOOR UNDER GOLD?

Last week Russia’s central bank announced a major change. It will now purchase gold from local banks at a fixed price. What are the implications on the gold price of this move? Kitco reported: …the Russian central bank will pay a fixed price of 5,000 roubles ($52) per gram between March 28 and June 30, […]

Should You Buy, Hold, or Sell? Gold Price Predictions For 2022

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In this current gold market, it can be confusing to decide whether to buy, hold, or sell gold. You want the option that will best benefit you, but sometimes that can be hard to decide. Keep reading for an in-depth analysis of the gold price forecast for 2022, the factors affecting the market, and expert […]

The Safest Way to Invest in Gold

When financial markets are hit with instability and uncertainty, many investors look to gold because of its long-established record of maintaining its value during uncertain times. However, there are several ways to invest in gold, so which one is the safest? What is the Safest Way to Invest in Gold? One of the most common […]

How Do You Value Gold | What Price Could Gold Reach? Updated 2021

How Do You Value Gold | What Price Could Gold Reach?

We recently posted an article that covered various opinions on what the price of gold may reach in the next year and the next 5 years. See: Gold Price Forecast: What Experts Predict. A reader has also asked “What will the future resale value of gold be?” Or rather what they were really getting at, […]

Gold Price Forecast: What Experts Predict

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As British politician Nigel Farage once said, “Predictions are a mug’s game.” Nonetheless, if you are considering investing in gold, you would be a mug for not considering where the experts perceive the price of gold to be heading. With that in mind, let’s take a look at where the experts believe the price of […]

The Strengthening NZ Dollar and How This Affects Gold Bought in NZ in 2021

The Strengthening NZ Dollar and How This Affects Gold Bought in NZ in 2021

Gold, Silver and NZ Dollar Exchange Rates: A Reader Question With the New Zealand dollar jumping sharply over the past couple of weeks (up over 4%), here’s a question you might also have been pondering. What is the point in buying bullion here in New Zealand if the NZ dollar remains strong or continues to […]

Why New Zealand Won’t Have Any Say in a Global Currency Reset

Why New Zealand Won’t Have Any Say in a Global Currency Reset

We’ve spilled plenty of digital ink in these pages discussing the possibility, or maybe we should say the inevitability, of a change in the global monetary system. Perhaps in the form of a currency reset. Here’s more on how that might play out. If the US Dollar Was Again Linked to Gold, How Would This […]

NZers: Do You Hold Cash or Gold in the Coming [or Already Here?] Crisis?

NZers: Do You Hold Cash or Gold in the Coming Crisis?

Here’s some thoughts on the debate between holding cash or gold in an economic crisis. We look to be in the early stages of the crisis written about in 2015 right now… In our article last week titled, What Will the Impacts of the COVID19 Lockdown be on the Global and New Zealand Economy?, we […]

Why is Gold More Valuable Than “Worthless Paper”?

Why is Gold More Valuable Than "Worthless Paper"?

Whether you’re an old hand to the matters of gold, silver and what is money, or a real newbie, you’ll probably have something in common with a frustrated reader.  He admitted that all the conflicting information about how the world monetary system works was “doing [his] head in!”.  Here is his email and below it […]