Whenever there’s a presidential election, people tend to turn their eyes to the stock market. Will a new president cause prices to rise? Will a change in leadership scare investors, or put them at ease?
That got us thinking about November’s midterms. What will this year’s closely-watched Congressional races mean for gold prices and people looking to buy and sell gold? Let’s take a closer look.
The wake of the 2016 presidential election saw record gains on the stock market. The Dow leapt past 21,000, and the price of gold and silver saw impressive runs of their own.
But despite the news coming out of Wall Street, people are still nervous, and looking for ways to diversify as they invest.
And one of the best and oldest ways you can invest your money is by purchasing gold and silver. It’s one of the oldest – and best – ways of investing your money: an investment you can hold in your hands.
If you’re thinking about buying gold in Doylestown, here’s what you need to know.
Voters in the United Kingdom made history June 23 by voting to leave the European Union.
The “Brexit” referendum – as it’s come to be known – could have major implications for the economy in both Great Britain and around the world.
The days following the vote have already seen an equity sell-off that erased $3 trillion in stock market value, considered the worst two-day paper loss in history. Some experts worry the vote will lead to even greater calamity, using words like “stagflation” and “recession.”