Gold and Inflation – Stagflation 1970s & Lessons from History

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Gold and Inflation 2021 Including Stagflation 1970s & Other Lessons from History

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Gold and Inflation 2021

stagflation definition
What caused stagflation in the 70s?
Why is stagflation so bad?

How does inflation affect gold prices?
Where should I invest if inflation is high?

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Why Is China Buying So Much Gold?

People have always considered gold a valuable metal. It has been bought and sold all around the world. However, since strong currencies such as the American dollar and the European euro have gained power, gold jumped back two places in the most popular reserve asset rank. Despite the economic crisis which hit the USA, the dollar remained the most stable currency.

Euro Facts

Euro, the official currency of the Eurozone has made its mark on a large number of states of the European Union. The Eurozone area includes Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia and Spain, but recently euro is also being used in Montenegro, Andorra, Monaco, San Marino and Vatican.

Characteristics Of Two Precious Metals: Gold And Silver

Highly corrosion resistant and with enough economic significance to support the financial market, valuable metals include ruthenium, rhodium, palladium, silver, iridium, platinum, and gold. Over 50 percent of the annual production of each of these metals, with the exception of silver is coming from deposits in Russia and South Africa.

Gold And Silver On The Rise

Nowadays, with economic, social and political crises worldwide, the dollar, the pound and the euro are becoming weaker and weaker. On the other hand, precious metals like gold and silver, but also platinum, experience a constant rise.

Germany And The Euro: 2011

Germany has been rumored to consider leaving the Euro Zone at some point in the near future, after having lost its main advantage of a “safe” audience for its goods and services, after the “rescued” European countries started to implement austerity measures and cut back on their national spending. This is what many experts and economists of the global financial community say, after Germany’s displayed reluctance to bail out weak countries such as Greece, Ireland or Spain, despite of the fact (or maybe because of the fact) that demand in such countries is dying.

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