Mark O'Byrne

Mark O'Byrne is executive and research director of www.GoldCore.com which he founded in 2003. GoldCore have become one of the leading gold brokers in the world and have over 4,000 clients in over 40 countries and with over $200 million in assets under management and storage.We offer mass affluent, HNW, UHNW and institutional investors including family offices, gold, silver, platinum and palladium bullion in London, Zurich, Singapore, Hong Kong, Dubai and Perth. 

Articles by Mark O'Byrne

Asset management firm Fasanara Capital compared stock valuations to bitcoin in that “it is totally disconnected from fundamentals,” its chief executive told CNBC


Impending tipping point for markets is due to a...
Gilts are on a tear as investors escape U.K. stocks and the pound. But a no-deal Brexit or a Corbyn government would soon change their status.

(Source: By Mark Gilbert  and Marcus Ashworth (via Bloomberg.com...
Eisman says U.K. is one of the biggest risks globally
– He is betting against two UK banks in the lead up to Brexit
– Eisman may short 50 other UK firms if “Trotskyite” Corbyn becomes UK PM
– Eisman is famous for betting...
– Is Dublin’s property market heading for a soft landing?
– Increasing fears the latest housing boom could foreshadow another slump as reported in the Financial Times
– 68 per cent of prime properties in Dublin 4 and 6 have cut...
“History is due to repeat itself” warns Ray Dalio on Bloomberg
– “I think it will be more of a dollar crisis than a debt crisis” says Bridgewater Founder
– “It will be more of a political and social crisis…”
– “Balance is key” and if...
– “Every fiat currency in history has failed and this one is failing” warns Silver Guru
– “I do not think we can go another 5 years” … I am looking for this to happen “between 2020 and 2022” says David Morgan

– We could move to a “...
– Brexit in conjunction with severe price unaffordability, rising interest rates and global economic uncertainty is leading to sharp price falls in London home prices

– London home prices have fallen five...
– Jitters surrounding London property are finally starting to show up in home prices
– Brexit uncertainty, rising interest rates, higher sales tax and stretched affordability
– Islington suffered the biggest declines, with home prices...
– Silver has been basically in a “volatility depression” (see chart)
– Volatility has been “slowly decreasing over time … for years now”
– Silver is “forming some sort of base” and “it is due for a massive break out” and this...
Scottish businessman, Neil Mitchell has waged a long battle for justice for UK victims of RBS, the UK taxpayer owned bank that was found to have forced viable businesses into bankruptcy.

Mitchell suspects the bank may have also...

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