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Mike Kosares: This has been and is likely to remain gold's century
12:55p ET Saturday, June 22, 2019
Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:
Investment-wise the 21st century so far has belonged to gold, USAGold's Mike Kosares writes today, as the monetary metal has quietly outperformed equities, though equities have gotten most of the attention.
Kosares concludes: "The question becomes whether an investment that has performed so well in the past is likely to perform equally well in the future. Though nothing in the world of finance and economics is certain, we rest the bullish case for gold on the understanding that none of the economic and financial system problems that created a positive price environment for gold over the last nearly 19 years has been removed from consideration. In fact, a case could be made that they have only intensified -- and dangerously so."
Kosares' commentary is headlined "Gold's Century" and it's posted at USAGold here:
CHRIS POWELL, Secretary/Treasurer
Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee Inc.
Kinesis Engages Contis to Launch UK, European Debit Card for Its Digital Gold and Silver Currencies
Tuesday, June 4, 2019
LONDON -- Today Kinesis Money announces the initiation of its U.K. and E.U. debit card program with Contis Group, the award-winning platform as a service that provides end-to-end banking and payments solutions. Kinesis has selected Contis for its European and UK debit card solutions and has officially started developments, scheduled for release in Q4.
The release of these euro- and pound-denominated debit cards will cement Kinesis' position in the market as a formidable global fintech player. The Kinesis debit card will allow Kinesis' clients in the U.K. and Europe to easily and efficiently use their Kinesis currencies to make purchases anywhere that has a merchant facility, as well as withdraw funds via global ATM networks. ...
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