The United States has a gold shortage and a big problem with supply.
So when you want to buy silver or gold, you have to go to New York, where you have a lot of dealers to choose from.
For a while, though, there was a problem with this.
The US Mint, the state-run agency that oversees all US mints, has been struggling to meet demand, so many people are trying to get in on the action.
That’s where I come in.
As I write this, the stock of gold is at an all-time high.
Gold is surging over the past two months, so I’m a little nervous.
I think gold is going to stay in a rally and that the price will go up again in a couple of months.
But the big problem is supply.
The demand for gold is so huge, so much so that the US Mint was forced to shut down its gold operations in March to meet its requirements.
In January, the US had the most gold-exchange reserves in the world, at $3.2 trillion.
In December, it had $2.8 trillion, but those figures haven’t been updated since.
So if demand doesn’t pick up, the Mint will have to shut the operation down completely and turn to its less-productive dealers to make up the shortfall.
That will mean that precious metals will continue to be underpriced.
I bought a lot more gold than I thought I would buy, and I think that’s a mistake.
Silver is a different story.
The silver market has been volatile in recent months, with investors moving away from gold.
But a lot is still going on behind the scenes, and it’s the price of silver that’s going up.
It seems like silver will continue its rally in the short term, and that’s good for investors.
Well, that’s still down.
The S&P 500 index has been falling steadily for several months now, and this week the index has lost nearly a quarter of its value.
Gold has lost more than twice as much as the S&P.
What are the other factors that could impact the price?
Gold is expected to recover quickly after its recent rally, but that doesn’t mean you should take any stock investment in a panic.
You should always keep an eye on how things are going in the markets, and when things are likely to change.
For now, though you should probably wait until after the next big correction, which is expected in a few months.
It could be another big correction or it could be a rebound.
You’ll know if you’re buying gold or silver when it starts to rebound and starts going up again.
So, in the end, if you want a great portfolio that can support you in any situation, you need to be prepared.
But if you can handle the bull market, you might be better off investing in gold and silver than stocks.