The Guildhall panel discusses this week’s bullion market prices and the buying opportunity it presents. Jeremy Wiseman notes that silver inventories are in decline even though silver investing and industrial usages continues to grow.
Darren V. Long reviews the article by Alan Greenspan, Fed Chairman from 1987 to 2006 on “Why China is Hoarding Gold”. In the article Greenspan reiterated the importance of gold for international trade. “For more than two millennia, gold has had virtually unquestioned acceptance as payment. It has never required the credit guarantee of a third party.”
The panel further discusses the impact of the furthering stimulus planning by the ECB and announcements by Mario Draghi regarding their own form of quantitative easing and the continued geopolitical unrest especially the protests in Hong Kong.
The Guildhall eStore is open for easy online purchasing and is offering a special offer on Depository Storage until Dec 31, 2014.
On the color diamonds segment:
Jeremy Wiseman talks about natural fancy color diamond supply and demand based on an article by Paul Ziminsky on Diamond Investment News. Paul states, “Current new demand growth exceeds new supply growth, and I forecast that trend will continue into the foreseeable future”
Jeremy further explains, natural fancy color diamonds are exceedingly rare. It is this rarity paired with increasing worldwide demand, particularly in emerging economies that continues to make this a very exciting market.
The audience is informed that Guildhall will be holding a hard asset investing seminar “The Secrets of Wealth Preservation” on Nov. 8th in Mississauga. Click here for details and registration. Seating is limited, so please RSVP.