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People are generally cautious when making guesses about the gold bullion spot price early in the year. The fact is that the metal generally remains steady, seeing a lot of growth in times of economic strife, but still, you never know what will happen by year’s end. With summer upon us though, two things have been proven thus far…

First, the road to a comeback for the economy is a long one. President Barack Obama’s plans to get the US back on its feet may or may not pan out, but it won’t happen in one day, one year, or perhaps even in one term. Things are still rough all over and are likely to be so for some time to come. Therefore, American investors would be wise to protect themselves for this and the next financial crisis.

Second, the gold bullion spot price almost always remains strong in times like these. As the dollar falls and other prospects become a little less alluring, investors always seem to rush for gold, which drives the value up.

The “golden rule” of the gold bullion spot price is that it tends to do the opposite of what the American dollar does, and that’s why the precious metal is perhaps the best insurance policy an investor could possibly have against times like these.

Certainly, we all want the dollar to finally experience a strong rebound. Even if we have enough gold to stay safe in any financial weather and can take comfort in the fact that the gold bullion spot price will be driven up by the sinking dollar, nobody actually likes a recession.

Unfortunately, there’s only so much an individual can do to help the country get back on track. If we can afford it, we can help the local car dealerships out by splurging on that new Lexus we’ve been eyeing, or we can simply take all our friends out to eat and leave a nice big tip, but rectifying the problems that have led us into recession and then slowly coming back into a time of relative comfort takes a lot of patience and some clever folks in Washington.

Until the dollar does rebound, the American automakers are back on top and the credit crunch is officially off, our advice is to simply do what one can to take care of oneself.

Again, this recession won’t be over this month, this year, or possibly even this decade. The upside is that the gold bullion spot price tends to shine in the face of such crises. Or, to put it all shortly; don’t waste your time worrying about the recession. Instead, just make the most of what options you have open to you. Be glad you have the safety net of gold to fall back on, be doubly glad that the gold bullion spot price has been performing well over the last couple years and look forward to your future. And remember that the economy always has its ups and downs, so be sure to use your favorite metal as a safeguard against this recession and the next one.

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Kenneth Hansen

Jul 12, 2009

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