Where to start with gold

In case you haven’t noticed, we have taken a big interest in gold here at Exponential Investor.

And we aren’t the only ones. Central banks have been stockpiling gold ahead of 29 March. To find out why that date is so important, you can read my piece from yesterday: The great gold conspiracy.

But today I’d like to start at the beginning. I’m going to share with you a special report Eoin Treacy wrote to accompany his gold summit.

This report is called “Gold 101: How to understand it, value it and buy it”.

In this report Eoin covers:

  • What gold “means” within the context of the financial landscape
  • How it is valued and the different types of gold and gold investments
  • Why gold preserves your wealth and your purchasing power so effectively
  • How to and where buy it
  • How and where to store it.

This is a full primer on what gold is, why it’s valuable, how you can use it to preserve or increase your wealth and how you can buy and store it.

But it’s also a lot more than that. In this report Eoin shares many insights he’s accumulated over his years as a professional investor.

Here are just a couple of excerpts:

There’s a particular reason to own gold which most investors don’t know about. That’s because the majority of investment advice in favour of gold comes out of the US. Ironically enough, American investors benefit least of all from owning gold.

Gold is a small, but crucial part of the portfolio of the modern day investor. It always has been. But the financial industry has slowly tried to sway the British public against the precious metal. It’s obvious why financial advisors and brokers don’t like gold. It doesn’t earn them any fees and gold proves its worth precisely when the financial system is in turmoil. That’s something which, of course, never happens…

And he also explains why all this Brexit turmoil could be very profitable for UK gold investors. As Eoin says:

This combination makes gold a brilliant investment for Brits because the currency move supercharges the gains from gold during a crisis – just when you want gold to perform.

And don’t worry, this report is completely free for you to read, all you need to do is follow this link.

You don’t need to sign up to anything to view it, and you don’t need to enter your name, email address or anything like that.

It’s just a very useful report that I think could be a huge benefit to you.

Starting on Monday, for one full week we are taking the paywall down from our investment advisories.

If you choose to take part, you’ll get to test drive all our investment services for one week.

Although, it’s actually better than a “test drive” because you’re free to download and keep everything you read. So I guess it’s more like a test drive where you get to keep the car at the end.

That sounds like a pretty good deal to me. If you agree, you can take part by following this link.

But if you do like what you see, and want to know more about investing in gold you can follow this link to lean about Eoin’s top gold investment to make right now.

Eoin believes this simple gold play could make you as much as ten times your money in the coming months. To find out why, and how you can invest in it, click here.
Until next time,

Harry Hamburg
Editor, Exponential Investor

PS Eoin has agreed to share two more of his gold summit reports over the next two days: “Is gold cheap now?” and “Why ‘gold-diggers’ could be 2019’s biggest winners”. I’ll be giving you unrestricted access to those on Friday and Saturday, so look out for my emails.

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