22 Jun

What Today’s Brexit Vote Means to Investors

What the Brexit Vote Means for the European Union and the Future Britain holds a historic vote this Thursday – June 23rd – to determine whether they will remain in or leave the European Union. The question will be determined by referendum – a yes or no question decided by popular vote. What does it […]

Gold is on the Rise. Here are Some Reasons Why…

2/9/2016 Back in December, RME CEO Jim Clark stated the bottom for gold was in. His exact quote at the time was “I am going on record today to say that the price of gold [$1049] has found the bottom. The bull market in gold has begun.”. Today, gold closed right around $1190, up approximately $140 per ounce in […]

The Chinese Stock Market Crash; Gold Demand Continues

Jim Clark 8/2/15 The Chinese Stock Market Crash Since peaking in June, Chinese stock market indexes are down roughly 30%. As reported on CNBC today, Chinese farmer/investor has lost his and his family’s life savings and then some. Because of margin calls, Yang Cheng owes his brokerage firm $1 million, the amount of his original […]

The Gold Market Discussion: 4/26/15: What if the Yuan Was Backed by Gold?

by Jim Clark April 24, 2015 Can 1.4 billion Chinese be wrong? Between 2008 and 2009 China doubled their reserve of gold bullion stock. In April of 2009, the Chinese Central Bank (The People’s Bank of China) reported gold holdings of 1,054 metric tonnes. Recently, Bloomberg Intelligence estimated China’s gold holdings at 3,510 metric tonnes, […]

The Gold Market Discussion with Jim Clark, 3-22-15

Jim Clark 3/20/2015 Gold and Silver prices spiked this week as gold traded above $1,185 and silver in the $16.85 range. The spike in gold and silver prices can be, in part, attributable to Janet Yellen’s comments at this week’s Fed meeting. Chairperson Yellen indicated ultra-loose monetary policy for the foreseeable future with no rate […]

The Gold Market Discussion with Jim Clark, 2-1-15: “Deflate-Gate” Goes Beyond Just the Super Bowl

by Jim Clark 1/30/2015 Like many Americans (more than 111.5 million to be exact) I’m looking forward to watching the Super Bowl this weekend. And like many of these Americans, I will be enjoying the game at a Super Bowl party at a friend’s house. This year’s Super Bowl has been plagued by scandal, “Deflate-Gate”. […]

The Gold Market Discussion with Jim Clark: 1-25-15- Currency Wars, Euro QE, and Historic Swiss Franc Move Propel Gold

by Jim Clark January 23, 2015 As of Friday morning, gold is up more than 10% and silver is up more than 16% since the beginning of the year. On the front page of its business section, The Wall Street Journal looked at the factors that are influencing bullish sentiment for precious metals in 2015. […]

RME Special Report – Gold approaches $1300

By Jeff Kerr 1/20/15 Safe haven demand and technical chart buying have been in full force lately pushing gold to 5.5 month highs in recent days. Gold reached $1297 today while the U.S. dollar remains strong. “As of Tuesday, January 20th, we are witnessing gold’s strongest seven day run in eight years”, according to CNBC. […]

The Gold Market Discussion with Jim Clark: What We Have Witnessed is a Base Being Put in for Gold

By Jim Clark 1/9/15 Many people are worried about the U.S. economy and our massive debt and its effect on their future. U.S. monetary policy is a matter of concern, and our government leaders have not shown themselves to be responsible when it comes to handling their fiscal responsibilities. In fact, they have shown themselves […]

2015 Outlook for Gold and Silver Demand on the Rise

by Jeff Kerr, Account Executive, Republic Monetary Exchange As the year 2014 comes to an end, many analysts make their predictions for the New Year 2015 ahead. While gold did not see the same tremendous gains it witnessed in the decade long bull market run which peaked in 2011, the yellow metal appears to be […]

News from G20, Japan, China and Russia Creating Volitility and Demand in Gold and Silver

Gold continued to rally last Friday, climbing 35 dollars to $1,190. Then, a week later it rose to $1,207.60 after China cut interest rates. More interesting developments in the financial news and around the world continue to show that gold is in demand as a valuable financial insurance. Let’s look at some of those events….. […]