Monthly Archives: May 2016

Smart Money Diversifying Into Gold As BREXIT Fuels Market Uncertainty

By |2016-12-23T20:17:19+00:00May 31st, 2016|Blog|

BREXIT gold diversification is taking place due to concerns about the BREXIT vote on June 23rd as “smart money” institutions, banks and investors diversify into non negative yielding gold. One of the oldest private banks in the world, Berenberg, established in 1590 and with assets under management of €40 billion said in an interview that [...]

Introducing: The Limited Edition Autodromo Group B Evoluzione

By |2016-12-23T20:17:20+00:00May 31st, 2016|Blog|

Last November, the car-inspired watch brand Autodromo released the Group B – a cool stainless-steel watch inspired by 1980s rally racers, featuring a stainless-steel chassis and titanium case. Well, this was not enough for founder and creator Bradley Price – he has taken it one step further with the Group B Evoluzione, a limited series [...]


By |2016-12-23T20:17:20+00:00May 31st, 2016|Blog|

The second article in a series about contemporary U.S. Mint officials. BY MICHAEL “MILES” STANDISH, GUEST CONTRIBUTOR To hear former Mint Director Ed Moy describe Saint-Gaudens's depiction of Liberty on the 1907 Ultra High Relief Double Eagle is a transformative experience. In a brief moment, he can convey all the capabilities of and opportunities for [...]

Gold Price Forecasts Revised Higher To $1,400/oz – Citi Says “Buy the Dip”

By |2016-12-23T20:17:20+00:00May 30th, 2016|Blog|

Gold price forecasts have been revised higher in recent weeks and Citi became the latest bank to revise higher their projections for gold, despite the recent weakness in the price.Gold in USD – 10 yearsCiti Research, the research division of one of the world's biggest banks, raised its gold price forecast to an average $1,280 in the current quarter, [...]

Naissance d’une Montre Prototype From Greubel Forsey, Philippe Dufour, And Michel Boulanger Sells For $1.46 Million At Christie’s Hong Kong

By |2016-12-23T20:17:20+00:00May 30th, 2016|Blog|

In 2006, a handful of the world's leading independent watchmakers joined forces to ensure that the traditional craft of horology would not be lost. Leading the way were Greubel Forsey and Philippe Dufour, two qualified teachers if there ever were any. The group chose a Paris-based watchmaker named Michel Boulanger to act as apprentice and [...]