Central banks have long held onto gold in their reserves, but how have they been managing their gold reserves over the past 20 years?
$1 in 1913 had the same purchasing power as $26 in 2020. This chart shows how the purchasing power of the dollar has changed over time.
There are various investment methods to get gold exposure. Whether it's gold bullion, ETFs, or mining stocks, which one works best for you?
The GDX is an ETF that tracks the performance of the top gold mining stocks. How did the GDX and its constituents perform in 2020?
Gold has been used as money for millennia. People often attribute this to beauty, but there are basic physical properties for why gold is money.
The prices of energy, agriculture, livestock and metals tell the story of human development. Learn about the commodity super cycle in this infographic.
Rare earth deposits exist all over the planet, but the majority of the world's rare earth metals are produced and refined in China.
Building a mine takes time that poses risks at every stage. This graphic maps a mineral deposit from discovery to mining, showing where value is created.
There are 91 elements that are defined as metals but not all are the same. Here is a breakdown of the top 10 strongest metals and...
You can't find stainless steel, brass, sterling silver, or white gold on the periodic table. Learn about 20 common metal alloys, and what they are made...