A common question that gold investors have is: “Could my gold ever be confiscated?” While the notion of confiscation-whether it is gold or any other property-may cause a degree of anxiety, one must also consider the facts surrounding such an idea.
When it comes to gold ownership and the idea of confiscation, one must also be aware of what has occurred in the past, and what could potentially occur in the future.
This brief guide will provide a short history of gold confiscation as well as discuss some key points pertaining to the possibility of a similar scenario in the future.read more
The gold to silver ratio has been used for a long time. This ratio tells one how much silver it takes to buy one ounce of gold. For example, if the gold/silver ration is 50:1, then takes 50 ounces of silver to buy one ounce of gold. Considered by many as a benchmark for the relationship between the metals, here we examine why this has come to be.read more