In the midst of the global financial crisis, asset managers and analysts have been increasingly turning to alternative ways of managing their portfolios.

But in the past year or so, the demand for storage has been on the rise.

As the financial crisis deepened, many investors, including some asset managers, were cutting their exposure to equities and emerging markets and instead looking to diversify their portfolios by putting money into gold and emerging market currencies.

With the current financial crisis in place, the storage space is becoming more important.

Gold is increasingly seen as a safe haven asset as the global economy is suffering.

The U.S. has a significant supply of gold, and gold prices are surging as a result.

The U.K. is the only major economy that has significant gold reserves, and it is widely expected that its gold price will rise as a consequence of Brexit, according to Mark O’Connell, chief executive officer of Goldmans Golden Hill Global Advisors.

He expects a spike in gold prices to be seen in the first half of 2019 and the second half of 2020.

“I don’t think anyone will go anywhere near their gold,” O’Connor said in a recent interview.

“If you’re a gold investor, you’re going to be buying gold and you’re buying gold as a way to diversified your portfolio.”

O’Connell says that the best way to keep up with gold prices is to hold gold.

“The best way you can diversify your portfolio is to buy gold,” he said.

“That’s why it’s so important to keep it in the ground.

It’s a great store of value.”

In 2016, the U.N. Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination in Employment and Social Security issued a report warning that the continued existence of “a caste system in the U, a system where wealth is based on caste, and a system that devalues people of colour” was making the U more vulnerable to climate change.

In the meantime, the majority of the world’s reserves of gold have been frozen.

The International Monetary Fund, which has said that it is likely to raise interest rates again next year, has warned that the U is facing “an unsustainable and rapidly increasing” supply of physical gold and could have a hard time finding new supplies in the future.