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The Stock Market is Falling

Thursday, April 5th, 2012

Perhaps only those who own and hold gold bullion are really aware of the comfort and peace gold offers in the current market. Some stocks may go up, some investors bought Apple or Google at such and such a price, but gold has always been and always will be gold. The beauty of gold is you don’t have to talk about it. I am in a financial position where I have the opportunity to discuss personal finance on a daily basis. You would be very surprised to learn how many people in the know own gold.

Of course, it makes perfect sense looking at the market. Yesterday stocks closed down on their second biggest daily loss of the year, less than a month after the media was touting eight-month highs in financials stocks and Apple cracked $600. Talk about a volatile market where you can lose a lot of money and little if any gain can be made.

Gold, on the other hand, is the sane and reliable investment in the current environment. It has performed beautifully and reliably in a bull market for eleven years, bringing a return to all investors who were wise enough to buy gold. Currently, gold is vastly undervalued compared to currency because of the trouble coming out of Europe. The Euro has fallen dramatically versus the dollar and the price of gold will reflect that dynamic in about a week’s time.

But besides that, investors want, like, and need the personal security that owning physical gold offers in an upended market. Gold is always valuable, stays with you, and no one needs to know about it or see it. Holding gold yourself is probably the best way to stay sane in the current market.

Gold Bullion Retirement

Thursday, May 21st, 2009

It was a banner day for gold prices, as the yellow metal impressively outperformed projections, that a great many agreed to be bullish. Gold was initially expected to meet resistance at the $930 level, but shot straight past that yesterday, to hover around the $936 mark. Today, gold was at around $946 in the afternoon, with even more expert projections calling for gold to hit the $960’s within a few days. These sudden short-term spikes in spot price could be viewed by savvy investors, to be an ideal opportunity for a possible gold bullion retirement strategy, as bullion has traditionally been used for short-term profit. Retirement accounts have lost trillions of dollars over the past few years, due to poorly performing stocks and bonds. Opportunistic investors, with a thoroughly evaluated financial objective, could consider a gold bullion retirement strategy, as these projected gains could greatly compensate a great many badly damaged retirement accounts.

Gold bullion comes in bar and coin form, which makes it easily and discretely carried or stored. Seasoned investors tend to agree on the benefits of physical possession of at least part of a precious metals investment, as there is always the possibility of a second run on our nation’s banks. Today’s announcement by our Federal Reserve Department, that inflation will soon be on the rise, has only heightened global economic tensions. U.S. dollar values continue to struggle, and global economic recovery seems farther away than ever. Investors are advised to contact a reputable, large volume precious metal dealer, like the Certified Gold Exchange, for world-class consultation on gold bullion retirement, as well as competitive prices.

Danny Burns

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