Young investors, student investors, or just those new to investing in general stay away from gold primarily because it doesn’t seem to be a profitable investment. It has always been perceived as a safe haven investment, something of a hedge against inflation and economic downturns.
So investors turn to metal only after they have built up their portfolio and has some excess.
We’re not here to ask you to give up on the market and bonds altogether. What Noble Gold is here for is you. We want you to have a diversified portfolio.
That means allocating your money to different investments.
That being said, investing on metals when you are just starting to invest is especially important because if there is anything the pandemic has taught us is that the unexpected is what always destroys us.
Political or health crises can sweet the globe in a matter of months and it can destroy your life’s savings faster. Metals will protect you.
There is also the systemic financial concern. When banks and money are perceived as unstable and/or political stability is questionable, you have to go to the only currency accepted all over the world, gold.
Inflation is also a consideration. When real rates of return in the equity, bond or real estate markets are negative, people regularly flock to gold as an asset that will not just maintain its value but also appreciate.
So, start by defining your goals. What is your endgame? What time frame are you giving yourself to get there?
Also know what kind of investor you are. Do you like taking risks? Playing it safe.
Knowing that will give you a better idea on the allocation of your portfolio.
When it comes to metal investment, we are here to answer your questions.
We have experienced associates whose primary goal is to help you understand the ins and outs of investing in metals.