Monthly Archives: February 2016

All That Glitters Could Actually Be Gold Investments!

Looking back into time a sharp investor would have observed nervous investors moving to add inverse exchange traded funds or contra investments which are basically investments that move in the opposite direction of the stock market. This was affected by most seasoned investors to reduce the volatility of their portfolio because when the market indexes

Britains Biggest Heists: The Brinks Mat Gold Bullion Robbery

At the Heathrow International Trading Estate on 26 November 1983, a robbery took place which seen the criminals escape with just over 3 tonnes of pure gold bullion, worth an estimated 26 million dollars at the time. Over 3 decades later, only 50% of the bullion has been accounted for, 50% remains missing, and only