Six Biggest Myths About Gold
Of the seven asset classes – cash, stocks, bonds, real estate, commodities, precious metals, and collectibles – none are subject to such widespread negative bias and misconceptions as precious metals, particularly gold. It is amusing that gold is used to denote only the highest quality or greatest achievement, as in gold credit cards and gold Olympic medals, and yet as an investment, it is perceived to be highly speculative, risky, volatile and – worst of all – it doesn’t generate any interest or dividends. These myths remain prevalent today, even though gold has had a track record of preserving wealth for over 3,000 years. Over those years, the currencies of countless countries have lost purchasing power or have become completely worthless. Although it is often thought of as an archaic relic in the modern world of digital currencies, gold continues to preserve its value for astute investors across the globe.
If you examine the facts with an open mind, the commonly held beliefs and myths discussed in this report simply do not stand up to scrutiny. But their very existence makes an investment in precious metals even more attractive. Why? Because gaining an accurate understanding of key information before it becomes common knowledge allows an investor to buy at an effectively discounted price. Once you become educated about gold and the myths are thoroughly dispelled, you can be certain that the investment will be fully priced. Fortunately for bullion investors, that is not the case today.
Investors who continue to believe in these myths will miss out on the opportunity to add an asset class that truly diversifies any portfolio and provides superior returns to traditional assets such as stocks and bonds during uncertain times.
You will learn in the Six Biggest Myths About Gold Special Report, the myths about bullion are unfounded.