Bloomberg recently reported, “Investors are buying gold as an alternative to hold Swiss franc cash deposits, according to Vontobel Holding AG, a Swiss bank and wealth manager.” And it’s not only Switzerland that is experiencing this new trend. According to The Wall Street Journal, “One of the biggest factors behind gold’s rise has been negative interest rates.” What do negative interest rates mean to savers? If you have a $200,000 savings account with a 1% negative interest rate yield, at the end of the year you have $2,000.00 less dollars. This is a new monetary phenomenon. The rationale behind negative […]Read More
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