• Gold Is Still A Great Hedge Against The Next Financial Crisis

    1 month ago - By ETF Daily News

    From Streetwise Reports : Rudi Fronk and Jim Anthony, founders of Seabridge Gold, discuss why the stock market's been up and why it likely won't last.
    During the last week, the major market indices rallied again. There was no news to account for it. But there was a reason.
    The U.S. Treasury has been up against its debt ceiling since March 15 when the ceiling was re-imposed. Since then, there has been no net new issuance from the Treasury. The Treasury has run down its cash balances and borrowed internally from its own resources, which are not subject to the ceiling. This period has been...
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  • Keep an eye on the $4 trillion ETF industry - it could start the next financial crisis

    Keep an eye on the $4 trillion ETF industry - it could start the next financial crisis

    1 month ago - By Business Insider

    Exchange traded funds have grown 500% in value since 2008 to $4 trillion.
    Deutsche Bank's Long-Term Asset Return Study examines chance that ETFs could be the trigger of the next major crisis.
    LONDON - Financial crises have all sorts of triggers
    The 2008 crisis started with the collapse of the sub prime mortgage sector in the USA and wild speculation in the tech sector in the 1990s caused the dot-com bubble to burst.
    While crises are hard to spot by their very nature, that hasn't stopped Deutsche Bank strategist Jim Reid and his team attempting to categorise all the events that they believe...
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  • Keep an eye on the $4 trillion ETF industry - it could start the next financial crisis

    Keep an eye on the $4 trillion ETF industry - it could start the next financial crisis

    1 month ago - By Business Insider

    Exchange traded funds have grown 500% in value since 2008 to $4 trillion.
    Deutsche Bank's Long-Term Asset Return Study examines chance that ETFs could be the trigger of the next major crisis.
    LONDON - Financial crises have all sorts of triggers
    The 2008 crisis started with the collapse of the sub prime mortgage sector in the USA and wild speculation in the tech sector in the 1990s caused the dot-com bubble to burst.
    While crises are hard to spot by their very nature, that hasn't stopped Deutsche Bank strategist Jim Reid and his team attempting to categorise all the events that they believe...
    Read more ...