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Why would anyone buy gold?
Isn’t it just a metal for old-timers who don’t get the modern financial system?
After all, gold is nothing more than a hunk of metal that does nothing.
I bet you’ve heard that argument before.
Then there’s the idea that gold no longer has a place in the monetary system.
Thanks to the genius financial engineering from governments and major stock markets, there’s no need for physical bullion in today’s investing world.
Well, according to Rock Stock Insider, that’s dead wrong.
Most investors don’t realise there’s a difference between money and currency.
It’s simple: currency can be created on a whim by governments. Money — real money — cannot.
Real money is a store of intrinsic value. That is, its ‘value’ is set by the market forces of supply and demand. Whereas the value of currency is set by government policies.
The buying power from currency is based on faith and trust in the government that created it.
With central banks seemingly hell-bent on destroying the purchasing power of the dollar in your pocket, understanding this difference is more important than ever before.
Long time gold investor and market expert, Brian Chu, says it’s vitally important to hold ‘real money’ to ensure wealth preservation. In Rock Stock Insider he will help you build a portfolio of gold-related stocks to hold ahead of the anticipated next bull phase in the gold market.
Some gold related stocks can be risky, so never invest more than you are prepared to lose.