Gold and traditions.
China. In China, gold is often gifted to younger members of the family for special occasions, and there is a tradition of giving gold to new born babies in the form of tiny necklaces or bracelets.Gold also has a special place in the Chinese New…Read More
2022 has started a year defined by geopolitical turmoil and market uncertainty. As such, gold has grabbed several headlines. Interest in safe haven assets abounds amid rising rates, inflation, and political instability. Silver has been noticeably absent from these conversations. If you compare silver and…Read More
The golden opportunity of Australia.
Record boost in Australia’s critical mineral resources. The latest Resources and Energy Quarterly (REQ) reported Australia’s gold mine production is projected to rise at an average of 6.8 per cent a year in the next three years, reaching a peak of 390 tonnes in 2025–26.…Read More
Gold’s Storied History.
Gold has been used by humanity for thousands of years as a form of money. Its usage in jewelry denotes status, its appearance in religious buildings implies the divine, and it has surprising industrial uses as well. Much like uranium and silver, gold has an…Read More
The relevance of gold as a strategic asset 2022 in Asian countries.
The strategic role of gold in the portfolio of Singapore-based investors. Singapore is home to a wide range of cultures, religions and ethnicities but its diversity is not limited to its people. Attracted by the city-state’s pro-business environment and highly skilled workforce, asset managers and…Read More