Silver as an investment

Category Archives: DNB

S&P Futures Bounce As VIX Hammered, Europe “Euphoric”

After sliding to 3 month lows on “car cartel” concerns yesterday, European stocks have rebounded after three days of declines, while oil extended gains after Saudi export cuts, with Brent rising above $49 and WTI just shy of $47. Asian stocks fell while S&P futures rose 0.2% to 2,473, putting yesterday’s GOOGL drop on plunging […]

Global Stocks Rise, S&P Futures Make New Record Highs As “Trump Trade” Euphoria Returns

European and Asian stocks, S&P futures, bond yields, the dollar and commodity metals are rose, in some cases making new all time highs, lifted by the latest reemergence of the “Trump trades” as hopeful investors once again bet that the U.S. president’s tax reform plans will boost economic growth and corporate profits, despite another warning […]

Norway’s Fish For Brains Trade With India (Part I: Background)

Submitted by Nick Camran of Letters from Norway This is a personal story, discussing skilled immigration experiences and implications in both Norway and in the USA. I am a native born American of Indian origin having worked in both the US and Norwegian IT sectors. To translate the Norwegian references, you can right click in […]

Dutch Central Bank Considers To Relocate Gold Vault And Publish Gold Bar List

Be prepared for the next great transfer of wealth. Buy physical silver and storable food. bullionstar.com / by Koos Jansen / 24 Feb 2016 According to a press release the management team of the Dutch central bank has requested to investigate relocating the banknotes and gold vault that is currently located in the basement of bank’s headquarter at the Frederiksplein […]

The PBOC Was Buying Gold in London In The Nineties

bullionstar.com / Koos Jansen / on 14 Dec 2015 I couldn’t resist translating this must read from 1993 in Dutch newspaper NRC Handelsblad (h/t @frankknopers) about the gold sales by the Dutch central Bank (DNB). Presumably, “a part” of the 400 tonnes sold at the time through the Bank For International Settlements went to the Chinese central […]