Monthly Archives: February 2021


Platinum is the most precious metal on Earth. With its incredible properties and inalienable significance in industrial technology, it’s no wonder platinum is so coveted. More valuable than gold and silver, platinum represents prestige among the elements. Platinum has a special place in history and should likewise have a special place in your investment portfolio. The timeless precious metal will always have value and always have demand.

Infographic: Facts About Platinum


Stock Market Line Graph
President Joe Biden’s administration is being pressured by their supporters to erase the exorbitant student loan debt in the United States, which has hit record highs of over $1.71 trillion collectively owed. President Biden has not compromised his original $10,000 per borrower campaign pledge. Democratic senators, including Elizabeth Warren, Majority Leader Chuck Schumer and Ed Markey of Massachusetts are holding Biden accountable in using his presidential authority to pursue a more ambitious goal of cancelling $50,000 in federal student loan debt per borrower. Student loan forgiveness has been a hot topic on the Biden agenda since the beginning of his campaign and a hot topic in the United States since Occupy Wall Street. The United States has a whopping $1.7 […]

The Real Price Of Government Bailouts


Crater in the Earth from gold mining
Imagine a scenario where the demand for precious metals significantly increases. Gold is being bought and sold en masse and traded as a currency. This could be the result of an economic crisis where the value of the US dollar ($USD) plummets. Would there be enough gold and silver to go around?  Gold Is Finite, Therefore Expensive  Gold is a finite resource that was actually formed in outer space before it was kneaded into the veins of the Earth by geothermal activity. It takes a lot of mining to produce a single ounce of gold. Once bought, it rarely leaves the hands of the buyer, as it’s most often bought as insurance. It’s understandable why it’s so valuable and why […]

Will There Be Enough Physical Gold And Silver?