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Precious Metals

  • Precious metals have been a solid hedge against a declining U.S. dollar. The value of the U.S. Dollar declined more than 30% from 2001 through 2004, plunging 5% in just a few weeks. For a long list of reasons, including massive increases in U.S. government deficits totaling trillions of dollars, the cost of a prolonged war against terrorism and a massive trade imbalance, this trend may be just the beginning. This means U.S. Dollars could now be worth less and less every day.
  • Precious metals have been a proven safe-haven in times of war, political strife and uncertainty today's financial markets are increasingly at risk from terrorism, political instability and war. As we saw so after the 9/11 tragedy, financial markets can be closed down, and remain closed down, for extended periods of time. As terrorism incidents continue to increase around the world, it is not unreasonable to expect further (and potentially more severe) disruptions in financial markets, banking and commerce in the future. Whenever and wherever tension or hostilities break out, people everywhere quite naturally gravitate toward the assets they trust most.
  • Precious metals can offer outstanding price appreciation and profit potential
  • After reaching a high in late 2007, the stock market "bubble" burst in 2008 and wiped out trillions of dollars of investor equity. The major stock indices have since failed to return to their previous highs. Gold and silver prices, on the other hand, have increased dramatically—more than doubled, in fact—during that same time period. Which means precious metals can produce impressive investment returns even when (and sometimes, especially when) returns from stock, bond and other paper investments decline in value or evaporate completely.
  • Reasons To Own

  • Asset Protection
  • Build Wealth
  • Economic global uncertainty
  • Safe haven
  • Hedge against inflation
  • Peace Of Mind


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