Gold : Build Your Wealth and Freedom

By AssetforWealth, January 9, 2022

Inflation is back. It’s a great pressure on your plans to wealth and freedom. The yield on your stocks and bonds investments may not cope with inflation pressure. You should think about investing in some gold and read “Gold : Build Your Wealth and Freedom“.

Why ? The answer is simple. The U.S. economy entered a recession in December 2007, from which it started to recover in June 2009. The European economy was also seriously hit. All the problems that have caused this financial crisis of 2007-2009 have not been fixed and some have even been magnified by the actions of the world’s central banks.

The steady growth of housing prices puts additional pressure every year on households and young graduates, the rising inflation on food, energy and commodities prices reduces the purchasing power of stagnating wages in Europe and high taxes take away wealth from people, to fund welfare policies that don’t meet their target and further depreciate paper currency.

Massive quantitative easing from central banks during decades reduces the value of paper currencies. Printing billions out of thin air generates inflation of consumer prices and causes assets prices bubbles. Large public spending further lowers the purchasing power of paper money. The resulting inflation reduces your purchasing power.

Never in history has the global economy faced such great risks. Geopolitical challenges add difficulties and make the future uncertain. The coronavirus crisis adds further pressure. Never before it has been more vital to understand how, why, and where to invest in gold.

If you have a business, if you’re an investor or if you think about making money by yourself, this book is for you. You may have heard about the importance of investing in gold, as a safe haven against inflation. You may have read how the yellow metal can easily protect your purchasing power over time and how it is a good hedge against inflation. Gold is the only international currency. No fiat currency, including the U.S. dollar, can match gold. Buying gold is an easy and smart decision. You can then make thousands of dollars selling your gold at the right moment. 

In this book, the author Swann Collins will answer your questions in 208 pages. Why is gold a storage of value ? How does monetary history give key insights about gold ? Why do monetary policies of central banks fuel inflation ? How can you safely invest in gold, without intermediary ? When should you sell your gold ? How to manage your gold ? In what gold mining companies should you invest ? Can the gold standard return ?

In spite of the end of the “Gold-exchange standard” on August 15, 1971, the inherent function of gold as a currency is not denied. The former Chairman of the U.S. Federal Reserve Alan Greenspan, said in an October 2014 interview at the Council of Foreign Relations :

Gold is a currency. It is still, by all evidence, a premier currency, where no fiat currency, including the dollar, can match it.”

Thinking about investing in gold is a self-help move. Several reasons support investing in gold to secure your purchasing power and as a result your wealth and your freedom.

In this self-help book you will learn useful insights about gold, its key role over centuries, why people should buy this asset now to build their wealth and freedom and secure them in hard times. It is still time to invest in the yellow metal. Gold will help you to live life on your own terms. 

Order this book : Gold, Build your Wealth and Freedom

About the author : Swann Collins is an investor, writer and consultant in international affairs. He has published over 100 articles specializing in economy, finance and investments.

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