Investing in gold can help diversify one’s investment portfolio and may protect an investor from some of the impact of a market collapse. Gold’s value and demand is increasing as available resources are becoming more limited.

Gold may be used as a hedge against inflation. Gold prices tend to move in the opposite direction of stocks and bonds. Gold prices should increase when inflation increases. Therefore, gold may be a sound investment as a protection against economic instability.

Gold withstands weakening currencies. Gold can be used as a hedge against fiat currencies — paper money declared by a government to be legal tender. When the US dollar weakens, the price of gold often increases. The more paper money that gets printed, the less valuable the currency becomes. But there is a limited amount of gold, and more cannot simply be “printed.”

Gold can be used anywhere! Gold is the global standard and has been widely used for different currencies throughout the world. It is considered an efficient indirect monetary exchange, and the demand for gold is increasing especially quickly in countries such as China and India.

Are you concerned about the reckless and rapid pace that our government is printing money, and the growing United States debt? This can cause the US dollar to weaken, thus creating hyper-inflation in the future. Many financial advisors recommend their clients invest 5% to 15% of their investment portfolio in rare coins, and precious metals as a hedge against the weakening of the United States Dollar, inflation, and world instability. We also offer up to 15% commission on jewelry sales when you refer your friends or family. Please call Paul Albarian today at (818) 827-7152 to set up an appointment and get free information.