Celebrity endorsements and splashy TV ads don’t come cheaply, so how does a company pay for them? Actually, they don’t – their customers do, to the tune of hundreds of millions of dollars in 2009 alone. Why put your hard earned money at risk by selecting your gold bullion investment partner based on a pitchman’s spiel or the endorsement of celebrities whose only expertise is the script they have been paid to read?
If you get any pressure at all from a representative it is time to get another partner; clearly your best interests have taken a back seat. When representatives use high pressure tactics it is almost always because they are paid on commission. They are salesmen first and their motivation is not to serve but only to get as many quick sales as possible.
Gold bullion is often called the mirror of the stock market because trends in its value oppose those of stocks and bonds. Only the right mix of both gold and paper assets can give your portfolio the stability you are seeking with diversification. Based on decades of data, experts agree that holding 20% to 30% of total assets in gold provides the ideal balance.
Your partner should help you understand the risks as well as the rewards and never suggest an investment that is not prudent for your financial situation.
Check out what really matters – their accountability, integrity, and reliability.
Remember you are looking for a partner – not a vendor.
Avoiding these three pitfalls will not only save you money – it will make your gold bullion investing experience far more enjoyable and give you peace of mind as well.
At we know that trust does not come quickly or easily. We take the time and do whatever is necessary to earn the trust of every single member of our growing family of investors.
For more useful advice call 1-800-300-0715 and ask to speak with one of our certified gold specialists.