Experts say we’re “not in an inflationary period,” so why do we need gold? Because even if the Fed’s been able to artificially suppress major inflation, it can’t stop the daily erosion of the buying power of savings you’ll be needing.
Time was you kept a stash of cash to protect you and yours in case of emergency. But with central banks finding new and innovative ways to separate you from your wealth, you’d better get a Plan B fast.
In investing, diversification’s the name of the game. That also goes for precious metals: one a fabulous diva that gets all the glory, the other a stealth asset that knows all the angles. Are you smart enough to scoop up both?
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