Have you ever thought of getting paid in Gold?
I never thought about buying gold for creating a saving at a young age. Now I know the importance of buying and saving money in Gold.
The best decision I ever made, although it’s a bit late. My journey started three years ago when I was first introduced to buying Gold. My first response was, would I be able to afford Gold? Let explain myself I am not speaking about jewelry. There are millions of jewelry stores in the neighborhood where we resides. Are we sure of the authenticity of what we purchased and it’s usually 18 karats. Although it varies. The Gold I am speaking about is 24 karat. Which can be purchase in a variety of forms.
- 24 carat coins placed in silver.
- bars which can be place in a master card of your design, such as a birthday, holiday anniversary, wedding, christmas thanksgiving, fourth of July etc.
- Cash Gold will be protected against counterfeiting due to the use of state-of-the-art visible and invisible security features, which are extremely safe against fraud.
There are a whole lot more products in 24 Karat gold to choose from, and very easy to build wealth.It can be as hobby and set up an investment plan with auto -pay which can be on a bi-weekly or monthly basis as easy as paying a bill.The best gift I gave myself is paying myself first. It took me so many years to embrace this concept and it works. Starting an investment plan today is as easy as purchasing a pair of shoes.
GOLD FUN FACTS
‘Gold prices inched up on Wednesday as the dollar slipped after remarks by US President Donald Trump raised fears of a government shutdown, while investors awaited further direction from a key annual central banking conference this week. Spot gold was up 0.1 per cent to $1,285.30 an ounce by 0555 GMT, after shedding 0.5 per cent in the previous session. US gold futures for December delivery were unchanged at $1,290.90 per ounce. ‘
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Q. When should I buy?
A. The short answer is ‘When you need it.’ Gold, first and foremost, is wealth insurance. You cannot approach it the way you approach stock or real estate investments. Timing is not the real issue. The first question you need to ask yourself is whether or not you believe you need to own gold. If you answer that question in the affirmative, there is no point in delaying your actual purchase, or waiting for a more favorable price which may or may not appear. Cost averaging can be a good strategy. History tells us that panics, mania, crashes and collapses are as common to financial history as thunderstorms to placid summer afternoons. The real goal is to diversify so that your overall wealth is not compromised by economic dangers and uncertainties like the kind generated by the 2008 financial crisis.http://www.usagold.com/cpm/goldhelp.html