A precious metal fund is making more and more sense to investors with retirement holdings in so-called “traditional investments” of stocks and bonds. IRA’s with these “traditional” holdings have lost over three trillion dollars since 2001, leaving countless investors with grave concerns over their retirement security. Confidence in Wall Street and banking investments is very low, and concerns over our nation’s dollar values are growing with each passing day. There has been a lot of talk about “economic recovery”, but most people agree that it’s simply not going to take place within a few more months or so. A great many savvy investors have already converted their remaining retirement dollars into a precious metal fund, to protect their investment and retirement dollars from the negative effects of the long-term inflationary period we are now beginning.
Since gold is the precious metal that backs the perceived value of every printed, or “fiat” currency in existence, it’s only logical that when currency values depreciate, gold prices historically rise. The U.S. dollar is the World Reserve’s official currency, and looks to be in for quite a beating, as inflationary hikes historically devalue dollars. Investors are advised to consider a precious metal fund, with U.S. government approved contributions like the following:
24-KARAT BARS: Reputable brand names include PAMP Suisse, Johnson Matthey, and Credit Suisse, for purity and liquidity. Pure silver bars are also acceptable, as household investors typically purchase 1-ounce, and 10-ounce bars.
22-KARAT COINS: American Eagles, which are near replicas of the 1907-1933 Saint Gaudens, $20 gold coins. They are also available as proofs.
24-KARAT COINS: American Buffalos, Canadian Maple Leafs, Australian Kangaroos, Koalas, and Lunar coins, as well as Chinese Pandas
Prospective investors are encouraged to thoroughly evaluate their financial needs, and then to contact one of our friendly gold specialists, who offer expert advise on precious metal funds, as well as large-volume discounts on bullion and rare coin.