The cartel used the weak inflation numbers and the slow growth data to kill the gold rally, which took it to $1,342. But as I said when it was trading for $1,286, it did make a swift and definite comeback.
Practically every time you see someone in the news talking about the flourishing legalized cannabis market, they’re raving about long lines at dispensaries or the stiff competition among growers and cultivators. Sure, there’s money to be made there, but there’s a whole other angle to the canna-business that hardly anyone’s even mentioning.
Being first to market is an undeniable competitive advantage in any field, and the ever-growing legalized cannabis industry is no exception to this.
Salvini, the Deputy Prime Minister of Italy, is now going after the holy grail, which is to seize control of the nation’s gold reserves by giving official ownership back to the people.
It’s unfortunate, but true: most investors only take a stake in their home country’s economy, which is a grave error because a truly diversified portfolio is international in scope.