What’s your answer to this quiz question?
Physical gold gives the ordinary citizen:
The answer, of course, is D. Gold offers all of those benefits. And they’ve become ever more critical in today’s world…
From pandemics and wars to recessions and stock market crashes, our modern society endures stressful events with consistent regularity.
And here’s the thing: they’re not your fault! You did nothing to cause or provoke them. You’re an innocent bystander.
Meanwhile, governments, Wall Street, and Mother Nature wreak havoc on your world. Yet, you are a forced participant and guaranteed victim of the crisis fallout.
It’s why billionaire Thomas Kaplan said, “If the world does well, gold will be fine. If the world doesn't do well, gold will also do fine—but a lot of other things could collapse.”
Even Kevin O'Leary of Shark Tank fame gets it: “I like gold because it is a stabilizer; it is an insurance policy.”
Gold is the best portfolio insurance available…
This hat trick of features is almost impossible to find in another asset.
And those features are now critically important in today’s global climate of chronic debt, money printing, and inflation—none of these are your fault, but you will suffer their impact nevertheless…
Confronting these problems has gone from urgent to critical, because they are unsustainable.
That doesn’t mean the crisis will unfold the day after you read this. It does mean the current monetary system cannot stand upright indefinitely.
Like a ponzi scheme that eventually collapses by its own design, an end date to the current monetary system is already written in future history books. We just don’t know the date.
These big picture forces set the stage for a scale of crisis, or crises, that could rival the fall of Rome.
This is why I own gold. And will continue to own it, until the monetary system is restructured into something sound.
It’s why you should own a meaningful amount of gold, too.
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