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America’s Gold Expert® Says Invest 25% of Your IRA or 401(k) in Gold and Silver – Here’s How

Now that many leading mainstream banks have raised their gold price target and have recommended a significant portion of one’s portfolio be in gold, it’s time to make sure that your regular portfolio and your retirement portfolio are properly balanced in precious metals. After all, as the Bank of America said when it raised its target price of gold to $3,000, “The Fed Can’t Print Gold.”

 

Many investors have taken care of their active portfolio, but they have kept their 401(k) or IRA entirely in stocks and bonds, thinking that those were the only options. Maybe their company provided only those two choices, but there are other options.  Precious metals can be a part of your retirement portfolio, and our experienced team can make that transition easy for you. We have a team with long-term expertise in that field. Just call us and we will help you get started on the easy process of opening an account by transferring funds (or “rolling over” an IRA or 401(k) account) and funding it with our preferred vehicle for long-term gains – common and rare American Gold and Silver Eagles.

Rare American Eagle coins, minted from gold and silver, have shown appreciation in value over time, especially when held for the long-term. They are one of the few assets to offer double-play potential, first from their underlying gold and silver content and second from their growing rarity, as we typically select low-mintage American Eagles that have developed strong collector premiums due to high demand and relatively low survival rates. Many of these hand-selected coins are already locked up long-term in IRAs. All you need to do is sit back and watch your nest egg mature, tax-deferred, in a Precious Metals IRA! 

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