One common form of investing in precious metals is gold and silver stacking.

Stacking is basically what it sounds like: accumulating silver or gold bullion in a physical form (mainly bars or coins) and storing them either at home or in a safe facility.

This differs from other forms of investing, like gold EFTs, because stackers typically plan to hold onto their metals for long-term gains.

Many turn to gold and silver during economic hardships, like during inflation or a recession, because they’re proven safe-havens. If not, they’re relying on and putting their trust in other investments, like stocks, bonds, or worse, the dollar, to hold their value for them.

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When it comes to physical metals, there are many coin and bar options to pick from. But which is right? How can you get the best investment for your money? How do you even start your stack?

Well, we spoke with Dr. Stacker of Stackers University (a YouTube learning community) to get some answers.

In the video above, we talk about:

  • Why investors like to stack
  • What stackers should keep in mind when making purchases
  • Tips and tricks for stackers just starting out
  •  If now is the time to buy the dip
  • Dr. Stacker’s thoughts on the Fed’s inflation fight
  • And more

If you’re ready to invest or want to learn more, you can claim your free one-on-one consultation.

The opinions, beliefs, and viewpoints expressed in this article do not necessarily reflect the opinions, beliefs, and viewpoints of Red Rock Secured LLC or the official policies of Red Rock Secured LLC. Red Rock Secured LLC is not a financial advisor, is not licensed to provide investment advice and neither provides investment nor financial advice. Red Rock is a product specialist that can help evaluate your precious metals purchase options.

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