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Gold and Silver at Never-to-be-seen-Again Prices vs Financial Assets

The world is now entering the most dangerous period since the end of WWII. Real assets are at historical low against financial assets. Real assets such as commodities (including gold and silver) are even more oversold. Investors still have a unique opportunity to acquire physical gold and silver at prices which will not be seen for a very, very long time, if ever.

UK's Aviva Property Fund Frozen Due To Lack Of Immediate Liquidity

Aviva Investors Property Trust is as of this moment “frozen” citing “extraordinary” market conditions. The dominoes are starting to fall in the U.K. commercial property market, as yet another fund locks its doors on the back of outflows precipitated by the Brexit vote. It’s probably only a matter of time before we see other funds follow suit.

Bear Stearns 2.0? UK's Largest Property Fund Halts Redemptions

While equity markets have rebounded exuberantly post-Brexit, suggesting all is well, British property-related assets have tumbled. Standard Life has been forced to stop retail investors selling out for at least 28 days after rapid cash outflows were sparked by fears over falling real estate values. The fund will need to sell real estate to raise cash before any money can be redeemed.

Is London’s Property Bubble Set To Burst?

Although it’s often argued that London is a unique property market fuelled by a buoyant London economy and continued international interest from overseas buyers, recent price appreciation has taken on a distinct frothy appearance. Investors should carefully evaluate evidence of a bubble.

Welcome To The Currency Wars, China's Yuan Devalues Most In 20 Years

Yuan possesses the very two qualities of a carry trade currency: High onshore interest rates & a gradual but steady appreciation trend. PBoC is capable of altering the second condition & it seems that it’s doing exactly so by reversing the appreciation trend & pushing up the volatility of the yuan.

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