Blog

1

Money Isn’t Worth A Thing.

It’s useful, of course, as a certificate of one’s efforts and convertible as a means of procurement of the fruits of someone else’s efforts. Actually, I need to rephrase my opening line: Money is worth less...

Read more
1

The Zombie Apocalypse?

It’s carnage out there. The world is reeling from the effects of coronavirus. We’re looking out on a world of ransacked grocery stores, cancelled sports events and empty streets. And then, the financial markets…

Read more
1

South Africa is not a Startup

‘So, you wanna be a rap superstar, and live large. A big house, five cars, you’re in charge’ The lyrics of Rap Superstar, a song by Cypress Hill and Eminem. Whilst actually being a rap superstar might not work for everybody (drug induced delirium and all-night parties might not be everyone’s cup of tea), it’s safe to say that prosperity and happiness, both on an individual and collective basis, are intricately linked to wealth.

Read more
1

Governments and Gold

Imagine this. You wake up one morning, and with your freshly brewed cup of coffee, you ready yourself in front of your shiny new MacBook Pro to consume the latest on current world affairs…

Read more
1

The Long Fingers of Government

The Invisible Hand of the Market is an economic concept developed by Adam Smith an economics pioneer. His studies into economics and free-market ideas often give him the title of “Father of Capitalism” and even “Father of Economics”. Adam Smith saw the invisible hand of the market as behaviour by economic participants which promotes the welfare of society and healthy economic development without actually having any such intention.

Read more
1

2019 – The Year of Gold

It’s been an eventful year for gold and for Troy Gold. This being our last article for 2019, we will take a look at the main events that shaped the gold industry in 2019. We will also reflect on Troy Gold’s launch year, and provide a sneak peek of our future plans.

Read more
1

The United States of South Africa

It is nearly 30 years since the collapse of communism in Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union. It is also nearly 250 years since the end of the American Revolution and the independence of American patriots from oppressive British rule.

Read more
1

You may not be interested in Power

You may not be interested in power, but power is interested in you. A derivative of the words spoken by famed orthodox Marxist and Bolshevik–communist, Leon Trotsky, the above phrase essentially sums up human history.

Read more
1

For A New Dawn

We believe that the objective economic and political interests of the mass of the public lies in individual liberty. South Africa’s history lends itself to a permanent legacy of individuals who seek freedom from oppressive State machines.

Read more
1

Troy Gold in Singapore

Singapore is a small city-state, but also one of the most successful countries in the world. It has no natural resources, and is roughly 4% the size of Gauteng – measuring 50km East-to-West and roughly 27 km North-to-South.

Read more
Scroll to Top
Intercom Widget