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By Hard Assets Alliance on Thu, Jun 21, 2018 - 12:47pm

The 3 Biggest Trends That Will Drive Gold in the Next 30 Years

The World Gold Council recently released an insightful report titled, Gold 2048: The Next 30 Years for Gold. This report looks at overarching demographic, technological, economic, political, and social trends around the world and their implications for the gold market.

The report has brought together top gold industry experts as well as world-renowned authors and economists who discuss the underlying macro forces that will drive gold in the next 30 years.

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By Hard Assets Alliance on Tue, Jun 5, 2018 - 12:59pm

Smart Money Is Moving into Gold as Volatility Returns

Two months ago, we hosted a conference featuring 25 world-famous asset managers, investment experts, and economists who discussed their economic outlook and predictions.

I’m talking big names like “bond king” Jeff Gundlach, David Rosenberg, Louis Gave, and others.

As you can imagine, these speakers usually don’t talk much about gold. They’re more concerned with stocks, funds, bonds, and the like.

But this year was different.

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By Hard Assets Alliance on Thu, Apr 26, 2018 - 10:54am

If You Can’t Afford to Lose 30% of Your Retirement Savings Today, You Must Own Gold


A customer of mine who is 55 years old recently asked if it was not too late for him to get into precious metals.

The answer is no—it is not too late to invest in gold and make a profit at any age. Quite the contrary, with the market showing the early signs of a correction, it is, in my humble opinion, a perfect time to invest in precious metals.

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By Hard Assets Alliance on Wed, Feb 21, 2018 - 10:17am

8 Reasons Your Portfolio Needs Crisis Insurance Right Now


We’ve witnessed what I consider to be a turning point for the stock market.

Just when many predicted another growth year for the markets, on Monday, February 5, the Dow plunged by 1,600 points—its greatest point drop in history.

Source: Money.CNN

By KugsCheese on Sat, Jan 2, 2016 - 1:28pm

Gold/Silver Risk

The danger for gold/silver holders as I see it long term is: 1) asymmetric taxation and 2) banning.

Regarding #1, if the government tries to tax gold more than other investments then can this be fought as unconstitutional?

Regarding #2, would the government consider a ban since fiat money rules?  This is not 1933; there is no gold peg today.  

By Bordersscotsman on Wed, Apr 16, 2014 - 5:39am

To Fully Withdraw or Not?

Dear Chris (and Forum members):

By kevinoman0221 on Mon, Sep 16, 2013 - 12:33am

Help choosing funds for employer matched 401k plan?

Summary (Tl;dr): I'd like your thoughts on whether Vanguard's "Interest Income Fund" is a good option for my company-matched 401k plan, seeing as I am expecting a stock-market crash and am leery of (and confused by) the bond funds.

By HughK on Fri, Jul 19, 2013 - 10:23am

Options trades for the precious metals

Hey All,

I have done a brief search of PeakProsperity and have not come up with much recent information on how to buy options contracts for gold and silver securities.

I realize that there is some major counterparty risk with options contracts, especially in the wake of a major financial meltdown, and I concur with most others here at PeakProsperity in that holding physical precious metals is the most conservative and resilient way to hold PMs.

By unadilla on Wed, May 29, 2013 - 3:03pm

gold/PMs in an IRA

First time posting on PP here, and not exactly sure if this belongs in the 'investing' group or in the 'gold' group...  I'll try here first!

By KennethPollinger on Tue, Apr 23, 2013 - 10:47pm

Welcome to the Peak Prosperity Investment Group

The purpose of this PP Investment Group is to offer mutual support and helpful information to our members who are seeking to build financial wealth across the vast array of investment vehicles (stocks, bonds, precious metals, other tangible assets, retirement funds, options, etc), but doing so in a manner that takes into consideration the incredible macroeconomic challenges facing all of us that The Crash Course identifies.