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Metals Minute168: Omnibus $1.65 Trillion Buy Gold Bill

Metals Minute 168: Omnibus $1.65 Trillion Buy Gold Bill

December 21, 2022508 view(s)

The metals were mixed this week as of this morning, with gold up 1/2% to $1,827, silver up 1% to $24.29, platinum down 2% to $1,030, and palladium down 11% to $1,768; more on why in a minute.

For the year, we have gold up 2%, silver up 8%, platinum up 9%, and palladium down 2%. 

Palladium and platinum are down this week due largely to central banks continuing to raise interest rates, which has dampened growth prospects for the auto industry.  This impacts palladium especially, as it is the most industrial-use-focused of the precious metals complex.

In other news we have Congress preparing to try and pass a $1.65 trillion spending bill with 4,155 pages, that no single member of Congress has read.  The bill includes increases for both domestic and military spending, to the highest levels ever.


Metals Minute168: Omnibus $1.65 Trillion Buy Gold Bill


One thing the bill does not address however, is fixing or strengthening the Social Security retirement program.  There are new provisions to expand the opportunity for individuals to save more for retirement using their own funds, but little to address the largest concerns of retirement savers such as inflation and monthly living expenses.

Reading between the lines of the 4,155 pages, the bill says “you’re on your own to deal with the inflation we are creating; better buy gold and silver…”


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About the Author: Bill Stack


Financial Analyst of 29 years and Gulf War Veteran, Bill has been helping families nationwide keep their money safe and growing since 1993. As a Certified Financial Fiduciary® and a RICP®, Bill specializes in helping protect your assets with growth potential.

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