Learning how to invest in gold will help make the most from your investments so you’re able to enjoy your ideal retirement.
The ultimate goal when saving and investing for retirement is to come out on top financially. After all, how else do you plan on bringing in money when you’re no longer working?
You want the money that you’ve invested to do its job of increasing in value but avoid paying penalties and taxes as much as humanly possible.
Learning how to invest in gold will help protect your investments from wild swings in the market while avoiding capital gains tax. If you’re planning on buying gold with your retirement funds, there are things you’ll want to know so you can avoid unnecessary taxation and enjoy more of the money you earned while planning for retirement. That means greater security and less to lose by diversifying your investment portfolio.
What is Capital Gains Tax?
Capital gains tax is assessed after selling an asset such as stocks, bonds, jewelry, precious metals, and real estate. The price that the item sold for is subtracted from the original purchase price to come up with a taxable amount paid to the IRS. Whatever profit you made off the item upon receipt of sale is considered a capital gain.
The IRS evaluates long-term gains differently than short-term gains. Capital gains tax is not calculated until the asset is sold. To pay less on their investments, most taxpayers report capital losses so they’re not required to pay in as much in taxes.
By diversifying your investment portfolio with precious metals who retain their value better than other investments such as stocks, bonds, and real estate and reporting the losses from the sale of those items, you can cancel out what you gained from the sale of your gold, silver, platinum, and palladium. Your losses even roll over to future tax returns which could be extremely beneficial for you.
How to Limit Your Capital Gains Tax by Learning How to Invest in Gold
You can invest in a Gold IRA without penalties and fees. When you decide to sell some of your investment in gold, you can use the losses that you had on the sale of other investments to cancel out your tax liability on your gold and other precious metals. It’s a win-win situation. You get to let your investments increase in value over time and not get stuck with a large tax bill on the precious metals whenever you’ve decided to turn them into cash.
How Red Rock Secured Can Help You
At Red Rock Secured we know that you want to be worry free. In order to do that, you need to protect your retirement savings. The problem is you can wake up and half your retirement could be gone which makes you feel powerless. We believe you deserve to be confident that everything you have worked for will still be there tomorrow.
We understand, in the last recession we saw too many American’s lose too much which is why we for over a decade have worked with our clients to protect their retirement savings by investing in gold and silver.
Here’s how we do it:
1. Transfer – We’ll establish a tax free and penalty free transfer from your current custodian or bank.
2. Convert – Red Rock Secured will then convert your investment into physical gold, silver, or approved precious metal of your choice.
3. Ship – We pay for shipping to transfer to a secure storage facility of your choice that you can visit anytime.
So, open a gold and silver IRA today. And in the meantime, call 844-824-5051 for a free 1 on 1 consultation to see if investing in gold and silver is right for you.
So you can stop worrying about not having enough money and instead know that no matter what happens with the market you are safe and can afford the retirement you earned.
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Gold gains as risk appetite falters, trade optimism sours
November 14, 2019
“Gold rose on Thursday, extending gains to a third session, as weak Chinese data and doubts about whether Beijing and Washington will reach a trade deal anytime soon dented demand for riskier assets. Spot gold was up 0.4% at $1,468.23 per ounce, as of 1224 GMT, having climbed to a high of $1,470.33. U.S. gold futures also rose 0.4% to $1,468.90 per ounce. China and the United States are holding ‘in-depth’ discussions on a first-phase trade agreement, and cancelling tariffs is an important condition to reaching a deal.
‘We are seeing some risk aversion in the markets,’ said Craig Erlam, OANDA senior market analyst, adding: ‘The commentary from both sides has kind of taken away some optimism around this phase one deal.’ On Tuesday, President Trump said a trade deal with China was ‘close’ but offered no details and warned he would raise tariffs ‘substantially’ on Chinese goods without
such an accord. ‘Gold should be in greater demand at least in the short term because the negotiations of a partial agreement in the trade dispute between the U.S and China appear to have stalled,’ Commerzbank analyst Daniel Briesemann said in a note.”
Gold in 2020: Prices to climb to $1,600 in 12 months after correction
November 13, 2919
“Gold is heading higher next year, but investors should wait until the current correction is over before jumping in, according to one Dutch bank. ABN Amro’s 2020 gold forecast sees gold starting next year at $1,450, then heading to $1,500 in Q2, followed by a rise to $1,550 by the end of Q3, and then $1,600 by the end of Q4.
‘For 2020 we are more optimistic for gold prices if a considerable amount of long positions has been closed. Our year-end 2020 gold price forecast remains at USD 1,600 per ounce,’ wrote precious metals strategist Georgette Boele … ‘The long position is still a crowded trade. In the absence of a renewed rally, investors will likely take profit on part of their positions. This will result in more near-term price weakness,’ she said. But gold will be back at its September’s multi-year high of $1,557 in less than a year, according to the bank’s forecast.”
THE WALL STREET JOURNAL/Paul Hannon, Tom Fairless and Megumi Fujikawa
Growth in Economic Powerhouses Starts to Diverge
November 14, 2019
“A split in the fortunes of the global economy is emerging as Europe’s stuttering powerhouses start to steady but their Asian counterparts remain caught in a downward trajectory, a division that demonstrates growth’s vulnerability both to trade tensions and the reluctance of business to invest. Growth in China, the world’s second-largest economy, slowed further in October, according to government data released Thursday, as a trade war with the U.S. drags on. Industrial output, household consumption and fixed-asset investment all produced disappointing figures for the month.
In Japan, the next-biggest economy, growth in the three months through September hit its weakest point since the same time last year as the U.S.-China trade dispute and Tokyo’s frictions with South Korea weighed on exports. In Australia, an economy with close ties to China, the number of people in employment fell by 19,000 during September—the largest such drop in three years. But there are some signs that the slowdown has come to a halt in Europe. Germany, the continent’s largest economy, has been hard hit over the past year by slowing exports to the U.K. and Asia, alongside problems in its key automobile industry. However, figures released Thursday showed it narrowly avoided recession—defined as two consecutive quarters of economic contraction— in the third quarter. Taken as a whole, recent signals from the global economy don’t offer much hope of a significant world-wide rebound soon.”
U.S. jobless claims jump to nearly 5-month high of 225,000
November 14, 2019
“The number of people who applied for jobless benefits last week shot up to a nearly five-month high, but the surprising spike likely stemmed from season quirks just ahead of the holiday season instead of a pronounced increase in layoffs. Initial jobless claims rose 14,000 to a seasonally adjusted 225,000 in the seven days ended Nov. 9, the government said Thursday. That’s the highest level since late June. Economists polled by MarketWatch estimated new claims would total 215,000. The monthly average of new claims nationwide, meanwhile, rose a much smaller 1,750 to 217,000.
… Actual or unadjusted jobless claims posted inordinately large increases in a handful of states, including California, New Jersey, New York, Minnesota and Texas. It’s possible the wildfires in California contributed to the increase in that state. The level of unadjusted claims, however, was virtually unchanged compared to the same week in 2018 … That might be a sign the big increase in seasonally adjusted claims is an anomaly. The government adjusts jobless claims to account for periodic swings in seasonal employment patterns. In most weeks the adjustments don’t matter, but can result in gyrations that are pronounced around big holidays such as Thanksgiving and Christmas. Wall Street is sure to watch jobless claims closely in the coming weeks to see if they continue to rise.”
As recession takes hold, Hong Kong banks worry about risk of easier mortgage rules
November 13, 2019
“Even as Hong Kong has reduced down-payment requirements to help young professionals and families to buy homes, banks are beefing up mortgage application standards to ensure that a recession does not saddle them with bad loans, bankers and mortgage brokers said. Last month, Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam, struggling to restore confidence in her administration after five months of civil unrest, approved rules allowing first-time homebuyers to borrow as much as 90% of a HK$8 million ($1 million) home’s cost. Earlier, such a high ratio was only permitted on properties worth half as much. The move increased sales of used homes.
But as the protests take a heavy toll on the special administrative region’s economy, banks fear a deepening recession, unemployment and bankruptcies, which could make it hard for borrowers to pay them back, two bankers said. Historically, mortgage delinquency is rare in Hong Kong, with a rate of about 0.02%. One of the top mortgage lenders in Hong Kong, recently issued a guideline that buyers cannot have a mortgage payment that exceeds 65% of their monthly income, must hold a full-time job and own no other property, said two industry sources. Lenders including HSBC, Standard Chartered and Bank of China Hong Kong also plan to increase interest rates for mortgages and reduce cash rebates to borrowers in the months ahead, two bankers said. The cash rebate – essentially a discount – has come down to as low as 0.5% now, compared with an average of 2% earlier this year. Some banks are planning to phase it out completely, they said. ‘We have to use all the tools… to protect our profitability and asset quality in this environment. You will see more measures in the next few months,’ said a Hong Kong-based banker with a European bank.”
Powell’s Warning to Congress About the Next Recession
November 13, 2019
“Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell had a message for Congress in his testimony Wednesday before the Joint Economic Committee: The Fed won’t be able to fight the next recession all by itself — it’s going to need help from Congress. Powell is undoubtedly correct that fiscal policy will have to play a major role in any response to the next economic crisis. But he should also be realistic about what it can achieve. The Fed will also need a better monetary framework.
There is no escaping the fact that unless the U.S.’s economic conditions change substantially; the Fed will not be able to cut interest rates enough to significantly mitigate (let alone turn around) a major recession. As Powell noted, during a downturn the Fed has historically cut interest rates by about five percentage points. Currently interest rates are at 1.75%. While it’s technically possible for them to go below zero, doing so causes significant problems in the financial sector and the Fed has all but ruled out the possibility. That implies that the Fed has only roughly a third as much room as usual to cut rates in response to a recession.”
Gold eases as hopes of U.S.-China trade progress lift risk appetite
November 12, 2019
“Gold prices eased on Tuesday as expectations of positive trade talks between the United States and China bolstered risk appetite, while investors booked profits. Spot gold slipped 0.2% to $1,453.46 per ounce as of 1211 GMT, extending declines into a fourth straight session. U.S. gold futures also dropped 0.2%, to $1,454.20 per ounce. World markets edged higher on Tuesday as investors awaited a speech by U.S. President Donald Trump on trade policy, following news he will probably delay a decision on whether to slap tariffs on European autos.
EU officials said Trump was expected to announce this week he was delaying the tariff decision on cars and auto parts imported from the European Union likely for another six months, also boosting expectations about the president’s speech later in the day about the long-drawn trade war with China.
‘(The trade talks are) probably going to end in a truce, but that could change with a tweet. So, we will continue to have that nervousness in the background,’ said ABN Amro analyst Georgette Boele, adding that gold’s dip was largely due to profit-taking. ‘We are close to quite an important level. From a technical point of view, $1,450 was a breakout level.’ Last week, officials from China and the United States said they had a deal to roll back tariffs, only for Trump to deny any pact had been agreed.”
Gold prices to skyrocket on overdue volatility in 2020
November 12, 2019
“From a macroeconomic perspective, several of the longer-term problems that would be bullish for gold will likely manifest in 2020, including a recession and an escalation of the trade wars tensions with China, this according to Peter Hug, global trading director of Kitco Metals. ‘From a physical perspective, if you’re an investor from a medium to longer term perspective, you just stay with this market and if your holdings are under your percentage allocation that you were looking to apply to your portfolio from the perspective of gold, then you just add to the position at these levels because I think 2020 is going to be a very, very volatile year and I think it’s going to be very positive for the metals,’ Hug told Kitco News.
Hug noted that the recent pressure on precious metals can be attributed to selling action from institutional investors following this summer’s rally up to the $1,500 an ounce level. ‘Most of the large funds and the ETFs were positioned long…it would be logical that they would sell and take their profits and that’s why you’re seeing this weakness in the market,’ he said.”
World economy headed for a recession. China won’t be there to save it this time
November 12, 2019
“A decade after the global financial crisis, with the world’s leading economies still addicted to the near-zero interest rates of the emergency response of quantitative easing, it seems the global economy remains on life support, with our experts still flummoxed about how to restore economic health. Trade across the world is stalling. Most leading economies are reporting near-zero economic growth. Investment is in decline. Most expert organisations, including the International Monetary Fund, the UN Department of Economic and Social Affairs, the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development and the World Trade Organisation, are predicting worse to come.
And this takes no account of the ‘stupid stuff’ that is gratuitously making matters worse – like Trump’s tariff war, Johnson’s Brexit and economic conflict between Japan and South Korea. After fending off the threat of a massive recession a decade ago, our leaders have retained an unsated urge to inflict self-harm as we teeter on the brink of a fresh recession. And after using so much of our monetary ammunition to fight off a recession in 2009, there are worrying questions about where the resources can be found to fight off a new recession. Government and corporate debt sit at record levels, with most central banks warning political leaders the monetary armoury is empty. They are calling for fiscal stimulus – like building infrastructure and cutting taxes – when most governments are staring at deep budget deficits and under pressure to cut, rather than increase, spending.”
More than half of the world’s richest investors see a big market drop in 2020
November 12, 2019
“A majority of the most wealthy investors around the world are bracing for a big sell-off next year, according to a UBS survey. Fifty-five percent of more than 3,400 high net worth investors surveyed by UBS expect a significant drop in the markets at some point in 2020. Amid intensifying geopolitical risks, the super-rich have increased their cash holding to 25% of their average assets, the survey showed. ‘Investors see reasons to be cautious in the new year,’ said UBS Global Wealth Management’s client strategy office in a note on Tuesday. ‘Two in three global investors believe markets now are driven more by geopolitical events than business fundamentals such as profitability, revenue and growth potential.’
The ultra-wealthy’s top geopolitical concerns include the U.S.-China trade war and 2020 U.S. presidential election, UBS said. Stocks hit record highs last week, lifted by rising optimism on a trade resolution between the U.S. and China. The Dow and S&P 500 are both up more than 3% in the past month. However, the two sides are still finalizing the so-called ‘phase one’ deal and they seem to disagree on if the existing tariffs would be lifted. As the presidential election gets closer, Wall Street started to watch closely at the ascent of Elizabeth Warren. Notable investors including Paul Tudor Jones and Leon Cooperman have warned of a market correction on a Warren presidency.”
How Bad Is China’s Debt? A City Hospital Is Asking Nurses for Loans
November 10, 2019
“When the call came for local doctors and nurses to step up for their troubled community, the emergency wasn’t medical. It was financial. Ruzhou, a city of one million people in central China, urgently needed a new hospital, their bosses said. To pay for it, the administrators were asking health care workers for loans. If employees didn’t have the money, they were pointed to banks where they could borrow it and then turn it over to the hospital. China’s doctors and nurses are paid a small fraction of what medical professionals make in the United States. On message boards online and in the local media, many complained that they felt pressured to pony up thousands of dollars they could not afford to give.
‘It’s like adding insult to injury,’ a message posted to an online government forum said. Others, speaking to state and local media, asked why money from lowly employees was needed to build big-ticket government projects. Ruzhou is a city with a borrowing problem — and an emblem of the trillions of dollars in debt threatening the Chinese economy. Local governments borrowed for years to create jobs and keep factories humming. Now China’s economy is slowing to its weakest pace in nearly three decades, but Beijing has kept the lending spigots tight to quell its debt problems. In response, a growing number of Chinese cities are raising money using hospitals, schools and other institutions. Often, they use complicated financial arrangements, like lease agreements or trusts, that stay a step ahead of regulators in Beijing.”?
The Pain from WeWork’s Failed IPO Deepens as Bondholders Stuck Underwater
November 12, 2019
“How badly did WeWork crash after it bombed out of the IPO process? Big backer SoftBank took a $9.2 billion write-down. That’s after putting $10.3 billion into the company through both common and preferred stock. But shareholders aren’t the only ones licking their wounds after a skeptical market tanked WeWork’s plans for an IPO. Anyone still holding the company’s bonds are likely facing an extended period of being underwater. Just three months ago in August 2019, the bonds hit a high of 103.21 (100 being par, or the face value of the bond) on secondary markets. They now sit at a flat 85. Yields, which move in the opposite direction of a bond’s price and are a measure of the risk level of a security, were 7.875% at issuance and are now at 11.66%.
In the bond world, this is called a disaster. And a lot of big-name financial services firms have millions tied up in these bonds, with the top holder at almost $199.7 million. When WeWork had a presumed valuation of $47 billion, the skeptic might have wondered on what foundation it was built. After all, International Workplace Group, the largest name in subleasing office space, currently has a market value of about $4.4 billion. IWG has notched an annual revenue of about $3.2 billion on 3,334 locations. It is profitable. WeWork, in comparison, has lost billions of dollars on 600 locations with a valuation that—at least in the not-too-distant past—was almost 15 times higher. The $47 billion WeWork valuation the company reached in early 2019 now of course seems downright crazy.”
There’s never been a better time to buy precious metals for retirement.
Retirement-minded people have a lot of questions about investing. One, in particular, gets asked a lot. People want to know if it’s a good time to invest in gold (GLD). To avoid sounding cliché because of the nature of our business, we wanted to explain why it’s always a good time to buy precious metals as a source of funding for your retirement lifestyle.
What Makes Gold Worth Investing In?
The volatile economic climate we’re faced to deal with causes a lot of uncertainty for investors. You want to make decisions that impact your financial future in positive ways. You don’t want to lose all of the money you worked so hard to earn, save, and invest.
Gold prices have steadily risen despite the tough situations American investors have faced the past six months. Talks of trade wars caused certain stocks to plummet. Without panicking, are you prepared to move your traditional IRA into a Gold IRA?
Doing so gives you greater flexibility and security. After all, we have our own Depository insured by Lloyd’s of London to store the precious metals in. When you’re ready, you can withdraw your retirement savings and use the funds after taking care of your obligations with the IRS.
Why a Gold IRA?
Having a Gold IRA ensures that you wind up with more of the money you started out with. Stocks are only as good as the companies they’re part of. If a scandal breaks loose or bankruptcy occurs, you’re stuck with a considerable loss.
Putting all those nest eggs into one proverbial basket doesn’t make sense. Diversification is essential to growth. Gold, however, gives you a fighting chance of coming out on top.
Just look at the market today. GLD continues to see gains while other investment options have lost. People don’t run away from precious metals the way they do real estate properties and digital currency.
They know a good deal when they see it. Gold, silver, platinum, and palladium aren’t metals you see every day like copper and nickel. Our metals are precious because they’re scarce in nature, making them worth more to investors instantly due to their rarity.
A Gold IRA takes the money out of a traditional IRA and transfers its value into the precious metals of your choice. There are no penalties or fees involved with the transaction and you don’t pay any capital gains tax until you withdraw the funds at a later date. If you’ve experienced losses with other investments, there is a good chance that they’ll cancel out what you owe on the precious metals you’ve profited from.
A Solid Investment Option Recognized Worldwide
Gold is the investment option of the future. For centuries, it has served as a form of viable currency recognized by people worldwide. As an investment option, it continues to rise in value, unlike stocks and bonds. It provides security against political and economic uprising and doesn’t plummet in value because of corporate scandal.
Take a look at our inventory and opt to have your purchases stored in our high-security Depository Storage. Your retirement funds are available whenever you request them. They’re also insured by Lloyd’s of London and not included on the bank’s depository balance sheet which protects you in the event of bank bankruptcy.
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Update it to include precious metals by learning how to do just that now.
Today’s retirees have a lot more to consider than their parents and grandparents did. The way that inflation affects the US dollar in modern times is far greater than it was in the past. Fewer companies offer pensions and some don’t even match retirement contributions despite claiming to care about their employees and their financial futures. If you’ve been fortunate enough to have your 401K contributions matched, consider yourself one of the rare few. Business structures differ drastically than they did when you first started your working career out of high school or college and not all companies are future-minded when it comes to their workers.
Gold IRA Retirement Planning
So, what do you do about that old retirement plan? How do you make it meet modern requirements for a satisfying standard of living? If you want to avoid the upset that comes with losing large sums of money with your retirement investments, it’s time to start thinking about transferring your savings into a Gold IRA Retirement.
Benefits of Investing in a Gold IRA Retirement
To fully understand the scope of benefits that come with investing in a Gold IRA Retirement, it’s important to know how it works. Essentially, you’re taking the contents of your traditional IRA and using the money you saved plus the interest it earned to purchase precious metals. The process is penalty-free, fee-free, and non-taxable until you make a withdrawal from your gold IRA retirement account. The coins or bullion that you buy is delivered to your home via our Home Delivery service or kept in a Depository protected by Lloyd’s of London.
Among the many benefits you receive from investing in gold, these are the most well-known and noted:
• Peace of mind knowing that precious metals seldom lose value. In fact, studying today’s market allows you to see how gold prices are on the rise despite political and economic issues. Since 1990, the US dollar has lost nearly HALF of its purchasing power which means that by the time you pay taxes on your retirement savings, you’ll have even less to work with. Inflation eats up profits so the more money you start with, the better chances you have of living the retirement lifestyle you hoped to enjoy.
• Gold IRA is a form of currency recognized around the world. Digital currency such as the Bitcoin is not accepted by certain countries who do not view it as having value. Gold has a great reputation throughout the globe as being something rare and valuable. It’s not exclusive to one region of the world, either, the way US dollars and cents are. You can buy gold coins from nearly every country there is.
• It’s a tangible good that you can hold in your hands. Although proof of some investments come in the form of paper, they’re intangible. Precious metals can be held in your hands, inventoried, and turned into cash rather quickly if there is a need to convert them. The same cannot be said about stocks and bonds which go through a rigorous process to make their funds available to you.
Make your old retirement fund work better for you today. You now know why investing in a Gold IRA Retirement is ideal. It’s time to start the process of converting your traditional IRA into a Gold IRA right away.
Gold IRA Retirement Make the Most Sense for Modern Retirement
Learn more about the value of a Gold IRA retirement by contacting Red Rock Secured for more information today. You’ll find valuable resources such as our free downloadable guides to investing on our website. Our blog also covers topics of interest and provides compelling reasons for investing in precious metals versus other types of investments. As always, direct your questions to us so we can answer them promptly and further convince you of the value of gold, silver, platinum, and palladium.
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Looking back two quarters ago and you will see why precious metals remain a mainstay for investors.
If the past two quarters has taught us anything, it’s that gold continues to rise in value. Political and economic affairs have done little to tarnish its reputation as a valuable source of currency around the world. In fact, precious metals remain virtually recession-proof because of their scarcity. Unlike the US dollar which can be printed on demand to boost the economy, fewer pieces of gold, silver, platinum, and palladium exist, making them worth more to investors internationally.
The Informed Investor is Placed in a Favorable Position
Being in the market to do something different with your retirement savings puts you in a favorable position. After all, isn’t it freedom that you desire after leaving the workforce? Spending your days doing whatever you like and being able to afford to do it is your ultimate goal when investing. It goes without saying that avoiding the downfall that comes with making poor financial decisions is a priority.
Reviewing what analysts have to say about precious metals helps confirm their role as highly sought-after investment options. It confirms your decision to invest in gold, silver, platinum, and palladium. You can see the proof that precious metals retain their value and even increase in value in times of political and economic duress.
What Makes Gold the Best Option for Retirees
When you decide to move your retirement funds into a Gold IRA, you’re securing a favorable financial future for yourself. You’re eliminating a lot of the risk that comes with investing your money in stocks, digital currency, and even real estate. The option to buy gold, silver, platinum, and palladium with pre-tax and post-tax dollars exist to meet your unique needs.
You can use precious metals to diversify your portfolio, give you and your family greater security, and even avoid paying capital gains tax by writing off your losses each year. Because a loss can be carried over to future returns, the money you make off the sale of your gold isn’t eaten up by taxes. The profits that you make are then yours to use to fund your retirement lifestyle
instead of being paid into the IRS.
It only makes sense to make the switch now to gold, silver, platinum, and palladium before the political and economic climate worsens. Your bright future depends on your ability to see the value of precious metals. Reading reports and following gold prices helps raise your awareness and see how valuable they are as currency and an investment option.
Being an Informed Investor Helps You Make the Best Decisions About Your Financial Future
Investing doesn’t need to be hard to be effective. In fact, when you invest in precious metals, you’re able to accomplish more in less time. Reviewing detailed analysis reports tracking the rise of gold over the past two quarters helps convince you of its value as an investment option and part of your retirement portfolio. It helps secure your vision of life after leaving the workforce by helping you achieve everything you’ve set out to do financially.
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Ah, gold. It’s enough to make anyone smile, right? When you think about the Gold as an Investment, what comes to mind? Do you envision gold chalices with ornate gemstones or bank vaults filled with gold bars stacked to the ceiling? Everyone sees dollar signs when they think about gold.
What about Gold as an Investment is so appealing? Is it how it maintains value in the marketplace? Or, is it because it’s a unique and profitable way to pad your retirement portfolio? Whatever makes gold appealing to you, know that you’re not alone. People can’t get enough of the precious metal which is precisely why they’ve started investing their retirement funds into purchasing bullion and coins.
Gold Offers Incredible Investment Opportunities
If you’re still on the fence about gold, we’d like to strengthen your belief in Gold as an Investment option for your retirement portfolio.
Here are some of the things that make gold as an investment a solid investment for retirees:
Historically High Prices. A surge in gold prices in the years 2000 and 2011 have proven to investors that Gold as an Investment worth looking into. Watching the current market value for gold is one way to get familiar with how well it maintains its value. It also allows you to monitor the difference in prices between gold, silver, platinum, and palladium. That way, you’re able to make wise investments that maximize profitability.
Protection During Times of Crisis. When the world’s affairs are frightening, Gold as an Investment has favored well. It’s a hedge against crisis. If you foresee the economy crashing and anticipate losing some of the money you’ve made in other investments, you’ll be glad that you have the foresight to invest in gold.
An Exciting Way to Watch Your Nest Egg Grow. Many retirees like the idea of being able to control their savings. They like seeing it, touching it and storing it. Gold is the type of tangible investment that people appreciate. They can account for their savings without needing to consult their financial advisor. All they have to do is take the coins out of the depository and arrange to sell them when the price is right.
This is just some of the ways that gold can change the way you retire. If you have further questions about Gold as an Investment, you’ll find our Resource Center of value. Referring to it often gives you the most up-to-date information about your investments. You may want to bookmark our website in your web browser so you can come back to it easily and refer to the latest blog posts and information that we share with our customers.
Red Rock Secured Wants You to Continue Living a Comfortable Lifestyle
Invest in gold and allow it change your life for the better. Having a diverse portfolio is ideal as it helps you better prepare for retirement. Rather than rely on one type of investment, you have multiple, which increases your profitability and ability to sustain yourself on the income that you earned longer.
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Turn your retirement funds into a Gold IRA with no fees.
So, the word on the street is that investing in gold helps you secure a better financial future throughout retirement. You, however, know very little about the subject and your financial advisor hasn’t considered offering you the option to invest in gold, silver, and platinum. So, what do you do when you don’t have the information needed to make an informed decision about your savings and investments? Do you take to the internet like a warrior in hopes of learning all you can about precious metals?
You don’t need to go to extremes to learn what makes investing in gold, silver, and platinum worth considering as investments. Red Rock Secured is available to clear up any misconceptions you have about this type of investment and also to provide much-needed advice on ways to further diversify your portfolio. In fact, we’ve even taken the guesswork out of determining whether gold, silver, and platinum are right for you by letting you in on the advantages of each, which we’ve listed below.
Here is how to know if investing in gold is right for you:
You don’t want to pay fees for moving around your investments. A Gold IRA allows you greater control over your finances. There are no fees and you aren’t taxed heavily unless you opt to use the money that you’ve saved out of your post-taxed checks to build your retirement savings. Red Rock Secured makes this process quick, easy, and understandable. You are always in control of your retirement funds.
You have post-tax money to invest. You’ve been saving for retirement but want to add to what you’ve squirreled away. You have tax dollars to spend and prefer to get the most you can out of them. You’ve heard about the retained value of precious metals and think that gold, silver, and platinum sound right for your needs.
You want to diversify your portfolio. You’ve invested in stocks. You’ve maxed out your employer-matched 401K plan. You’ve worked with your personal financial advisor to come up with an investment portfolio that sees you through the duration of your retirement, but you want to add to its diversity by including investing in gold as a form of retirement funding. Best of all, you can choose all gold, all silver or all platinum or a combination of the three metals in the denominations that you feel serve you best.
You want to have something tangible to show for your hard work. Investing in gold are something you can hold in your hand. You can physically see them and account for their worth. With our Depository Storage and Home Delivery options, you’re completely in charge of your funds whether you decide to store them yourself or store them with us.
Your investment in gold is protected. Whether you keep your funds in our depository or choose a location for them somewhere near you, know that you’ve made the right decision to purchase gold, silver, and platinum. The economy is extremely volatile and can be influenced negatively by many factors. Take it upon yourself to protect every penny you worked so hard to earn and save with Red Rock Secured.
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