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How is Gold Building the Future?

Several years ago, Apple discovered a way to make tens of millions of dollars off of old, broken, unwanted iPhones. They started accepting old iphones, macs, iPads and other products for trade in. What they got is $40 million worth of gold.

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Securing Your Child’s Future With Gold

Since President Nixon closed the gold window in August of 1971, the price of gold has increased more than 37-fold. From a price of $40.65 at month-end August 1971, gold has risen to $1,528 today. A $1,000 investment in gold at the end of August 1971 would be worth over $37,000 today—a compounded annual return of 7.8%.

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How Recession affects your investment

How an Economic Crisis Can Affect Your Investment

We’ve been in recession since February apparently, ending the longest economic expansion in American history. The economy collapsed so rapidly that the National Bureau of Economic Research wasted no time in announcing a recession, a stark contrast to previous downturns when the body took upwards of a year to declare what most people already knew.

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Billionaire Sells Stocks for Gold

Warren Buffett has long been critical of gold as an investment. He once said it “has no utility” and that the “magical metal” is no match for “American mettle.” He also said, “Anyone watching from Mars would be scratching their head”, over how we value gold, but he just acquired nearly 21 million shares of Barrick Gold worth $563 million.

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Should You Cash Out Your 401k?

Times are tough. People are losing their jobs. Businesses are closing down and that’s precisely the reason you shouldn’t pull your money from your retirement accounts. Pulling out your money early might mean a penalty.

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Will Gold Rally to 10k?

With gold hitting an all time high, many of our investors are asking for some financial guidance in case gold hits $5,000… or $10,000. What if Silver surpasses $50 and reaches 3 digits?

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Solar or Oil?

The U.S. Energy Information Administration confirmed over a year ago that the US is the world’s biggest oil producer. Yet, in 2019, we imported about 9.10 million barrels per day (MMb/d) of petroleum from nearly 90 countries.

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