Again, the subject is bonds. Interest rates are extremely low, which is why some have put all their eggs in one basket and are hoping that the obvious will occur; interest rates will incite bond prices. But the opposite is also true; the price of a bond can collapse when rates escalate from the bottom.
Low rates have been the call of the day for some time now; yet why would a person take a loan to make 5 percent a year instead of utilizing tolerance as the leading market tool. Anticipating the rise in interest rates well beyond 5 percent and gathering that money without the menace of dealing with leveraging would be a much smarter market tool. But, as we know, people demonstrate their immediate needs rather than broad-mindedness.
This week, you should focus on having the ability to buy gold and silver below the current price, if we could be so lucky. Do not think that it will stay at that price. Fill that sack with cold, hard bullion. And, once again, be thankful that it is lower and that your profits will be higher in the end. Which is better to hoard; gold or dollars? There is no comparison.
Gambling money should be avoided when beginning an investment adventure. Start with ‘your’ money and multiply from there. Losses are to be expected at approximately 50–90 percent. Experts say low-risk bullion should be invested in and taken from there, wherever and however you want your portfolio to be.
Make gold bullion your currency today. It’s smart. It’s solid. It’s stable.
Keep yourself in the gold game. Instead of moving from stocks and bullion to dollars, hold your stock and hoard your bullion. Gold currency is much more constant than the dollar. Do you appreciate solidity?