7 Financial Truths In An Uncertain 2019

7. Diversify, diversify, diversify – Truly balance your savings and investments
6. Avoid leverage and speculation and focus on saving and owning quality assets
5. Don’t make money the guiding principle for what you have or do
4. Own gold/ silver (in safest ways) & focus on value rather than price in fiat $, €, £
3. Do everything you can to avoid excessive debt
2. Enjoying the simple things in life – our health and our families health, time with family & friends, good food, time in nature, travel, “a baby’s smile …”
1. “DON’T WORRY, BE HAPPY …14,000 things to be happy about… “

 

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News and Commentary

Gold prices fall in thin trade as risk aversion recedes (CNBC.com)

Azerbaijan’s Sovereign Wealth Fund’s Escape From Geopolitics, Credit Risk (Bloomberg.com)

UAE’s Noor Capital says it bought 3 tonnes of gold from Venezuela (Reuters.com)

Maduro’s Bid to Fly Gold Out of Venezuela Is Blocked (Bloomberg.com)

After Years in the Doldrums, Gold and Gold Miners are Finally Hot Again (Bloomberg.com)

Gold Is One Wealth Fund’s Refuge in World Gripped by Turmoil (Bloomberg.com)

Brexit is a revolt against a German-run European super-state (CNBC.com)

An Inability To Turn Around: Deutsche Bank Slides After Reporting Dismal Earnings (ZeroHedge.com)

Sudden Sentiment Shift: The Mainstream Rediscovers Precious Metals (DollarCollapse.com)

Silver Outperforming Gold (SilverSeek.com)

Gold: Fear Or Reflation? (Investing.com)

Gold’s bullish potential is hard to ignore in 20 year chart (Twitter.com)

‘Chart Master’ Carter Worth: where gold is heading next (CNBC video) (Twitter.com)

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Gold Prices (LBMA PM)

01 Feb: USD 1,320.75, GBP 1008.54 & EUR 1,150.83 per ounce
31 Jan: USD 1,322.50, GBP 1006.95 & EUR 1,152.16 per ounce
30 Jan: USD 1,312.95, GBP 1002.04 & EUR 1,148.44 per ounce
29 Jan: USD 1,308.35, GBP 994.48 & EUR 1,143.24 per ounce
28 Jan: USD 1,301.00, GBP 987.98 & EUR 1,139.81 per ounce
25 Jan: USD 1,282.95, GBP 981.33 & EUR 1,132.08 per ounce
24 Jan: USD 1,279.75, GBP 981.70 & EUR 1,128.36 per ounce

Silver Prices (LBMA)

01 Feb: USD 16.01, GBP 12.26 & EUR 13.96 per ounce
31 Jan: USD 16.07, GBP 12.24 & EUR 13.99 per ounce
30 Jan: USD 15.91, GBP 12.15 & EUR 13.92 per ounce
29 Jan: USD 15.85, GBP 12.05 & EUR 13.87 per ounce
28 Jan: USD 15.68, GBP 11.93 & EUR 13.75 per ounce
25 Jan: USD 15.37, GBP 11.74 & EUR 13.55 per ounce
24 Jan: USD 15.30, GBP 11.75 & EUR 13.48 per ounce

Recent Market Updates

– Central Banks Buy More Gold In 2018 Than Any Year Since 1967
– Gold Breaks Out of Range After Dovish Fed – Further 1% Gain to $1,321/oz
– U.S.-China War May Be “Just A Shot Away”
– Buy Bitcoin or Gold? Bitcoin Buyers Investing In Gold In 2019
– Gold Consolidates Above $1,300 After 1.2% Gain Last Week
– Gold Bullion Will Protect From Politicians, Brexit and Increasing Market Volatility In 2019
– Brexit – The Pin That Bursts London Property Bubble
– Davos: David Attenborough Warns We Are Damaging The World ‘Beyond Repair’
– Gold May Return 25% In 2019 Given Brexit, Trump and Other Risks – IG TV Interview GoldCore
– Brexit, EU, Germany, China and Yellow Vests In 2019 – Something Wicked This Way Comes
– Three Reasons Gold May Embark On An Extended Rally
– Political Turmoil in UK & US Sees Gold Hit 2 Week High
– Gold Holds Steady Over €1,100/oz – Increased Possibility Of A Disorderly Brexit

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