The Federal Reserve Plans To End Quantitative Easing – Goldco Precious Metals

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Hello and welcome to the Goldco News Brief. I’m you host, Kevin Douglas.

Over the past several years, we’ve continued to hear the term ‘quantitative easing.’ During the height of the 2008 and 2009 financial crisis, the Federal Reserve went into action by purchasing billions upon billions of dollars’ worth of bonds. As a result, the supply of bonds was greatly reduced, ultimately reducing interest rates and helping to get the United States economy moving in the right direction.

When the Federal Reserve flooded the financial markets with billions of dollars, this started a trend in the stock market that eventually led to record highs in the Dow Jones and the S&P 500; and also, exponential growth in the NASDAQ. However, the Federal Reserve recently announced that it would no longer be purchasing bonds under Quantitative Easing. Although the Reserve plans to keep its interest rates low for the time being, without the purchasing of bonds, investors will soon be forced to make tough decisions regarding the profitability of their portfolio.

On the other hand, the end of Quantitative easing is definitely a good thing for investors who hedge with Gold and other precious metals. Because precious metals are a safe haven investment; when the market starts to correct as a result of the end of quantitative easing, the value of gold will move in the other direction. Ultimately, turning gold into a better investment today than we’ve seen in years!

Thank you for tuning in today, I’m Kevin Douglas and with the Goldco News Brief.

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