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Housing market now ‘reminds me of 2006,’ Robert Shiller says

‘I wouldn’t expect something as severe as the Great Financial Crisis coming on right now.’

Famed housing-watcher Robert Shiller said Tuesday that the weakening housing market reminded him of the last market top, just before the subprime housing bubble burst, slashing prices by nearly a third and costing millions of Americans their homes.

Home price gains moderated again in the most recent version of the closely-watched housing index that bears his name, which was released Tuesday, and Shiller, a Nobel Prize-winning economist, told Yahoo Finance that such data shows “a sign of weakness.”

Read: The man behind Case-Shiller on why the housing index has no Houston and why that’s no problem

Housing pivots take more time than those in the stock market, Shiller said. Still, “the housing market does have a momentum component and we’re seeing a clipping of momentum at this time.”

When a startled reporter reminded Shiller that 2006 predated the greatest financial crisis in a lifetime, the Yale economist acknowledged that any correction would likely be far less severe.

“The drop in home prices in the financial crisis was the most severe drop in the U.S. market since my data begin in 1890,” Shiller said. “It could be that we’re primed to repeat it because it’s in our memory and we’re thinking about it but still I wouldn’t expect something as severe as the Great Financial Crisis coming on right now. There could be a significant correction or bear market, but I’m waiting and seeing now.”

By ANDREARIQUIER

 

Your financial adviser’s ‘sleep easy’ portfolio may be a lot riskier than you think

A ‘balanced’ portfolio of stocks and bonds failed previous generations of U.S. savers, and badly, during at least two extended periods during the past century alone.

The 60/40 portfolio allocation has burned investors in the past.

Yikes.

The stock-market rollercoaster ride is enough to get any investor a little nervous. Yet, so far swings in the Dow Jones Industrial Average’s DJIA, -0.99%  are still only a tremor on any longer-term view. Stock prices are higher than they were even one year ago. Nonetheless for many investors it’s an overdue reminder that stock prices can fall — and fall a long way — as well as rise.

That makes it a good moment, say experts, to take stock of your portfolio. Are you taking on more risk than you want? Worse, are you taking on more than you realize? You may well be. And your financial adviser, if you have one, may not realize it either.

Conventional wisdom says that a “balanced” portfolio of stocks and bonds will cushion you from shocks and make sure your savings keep growing in all markets. It’s the philosophy behind nearly all financial advice offered in America today, and one that’s taught in most finance courses.

It’s also the theory behind those “balanced” index funds, “target date” funds and “glide path” funds that try to offer you a one-stop portfolio. It’s also the theory behind the portfolios offered by most “robo advisers.”

There’s just one problem: History says it may be wrong.

A “balanced” portfolio of stocks and bonds failed previous generations of U.S. savers, and badly, during at least two extended periods during the past century alone, financial historians note.

Worse, those occasions had more than a passing resemblance to the situation today: Expensive stocks, expensive bonds, and concerns about rising interest rates and rising inflation.

Why some people have déjà vu

Here are the numbers. For an entire decade, from 1938 to 1948, a portfolio of 60% U.S. stocks and 40% U.S. Treasury bonds actually went backwards in relation to inflation. That’s based on data compiled by New York University’s Stern School of Business, as well as inflation data tracked by the U.S. Department of Labor.

Over that period, not only did savers not get rewarded for investing, they got penalized. Their portfolios lost purchasing power. Furthermore, that’s before taxes. If inflation is 5% and your portfolio rises 5%, you earned a zero “real” return but you are getting taxed as if you earned 5%.

The story was even worse 30 years later. Someone who bought a 60/40 portfolio in 1968 saw it lose nearly a third of its value over the next six years in real terms. They were still underwater 15 years later — an aeon when it comes to financial planning for college funds or retirement. Not until 1984 did they even get back to where they had been during the summer of love.

The 60/40 portfolio v. surging inflation

Both periods saw surging inflation. “The basic vulnerability of the 60/40 portfolio… is rising inflation,” warns Ben Inker, the head of asset allocation at money manager GMO in Boston. Stocks have traditionally struggled during periods of inflation, historical analysis has shown, while bonds have fared much worse.

Consumer inflation broke double-digits twice during the 1970s, hitting 14% in 1980. “Prices went up,” Inker notes, “and your portfolio went down.” It was, he added, a “nightmare” for many investors.

But inflation wasn’t the only thing shaking markets, historical observers note. These two periods also saw other unexpected shocks to the existing financial order. The 1940s saw the unprecedented global crisis of the Second World War, followed by skyrocketing U.S. government spending and debts. The 1970s saw periods of economic stagnation, rising interest rates, and two damaging oil crises.

Today, inflation is, so far, reasonably tame. The official rate hit 2.9% over the summer but has since eased to 2.3%, which is mild by modern historical standards. But the Federal Reserve says it is concerned about pressures in the system that could erupt into surging prices.

Fed takes U.S. economy into unchartered waters

Meanwhile, the Fed is taking the economy into uncharted waters with its policy of “quantitative tightening.” For a decade, it kept interest rates artificially low and bought Treasury bonds to boost economic activity following the financial crisis. Now it is trying to reverse the policy. If “quantitative easing” and “zero interest rate policy” caused stocks and bonds to rise, say some analysts, reversing those policies could bring them back down to Earth. Nobody really knows.

Where does this leave the ordinary saver? Traders and active investors may see turmoil as opportunity. But for those who just want to invest and forget, is there an alternative to the 60/40 portfolio that may help you sleep easy?

“There is no such thing,” says Joachim Klement, head of investment research at investment firm Fidante. In today’s environment of “ultra-low interest rates and high valuations” any portfolio that is going to produce a reasonable return is going to take on a lot of risk, he warns. There aren’t simple panaceas, agrees GMO’s Inker. “There isn’t an obvious, here-is-the-better-thing, to do with your portfolio,” he says.

Lessons from ‘safe havens’ in the 1970s

During the inflationary 1970s, many investors added gold and other commodities, such as oil, to their portfolios. Both helped hedge against rising prices. Gold did not become freely tradable in the U.S. until the middle of the decade, when the federal government stopped linking it to the dollar. Gold then rose from $35 an ounce to more than $1,000 at one point. One mutual fund born out of the 1970s, The Permanent Portfolio, also includes real estate, natural resource stocks, and Swiss francs.

Some foreign stock markets, especially those of fast-growing, emerging markets at the time, such as Japan and Singapore, also helped investors beat the grimmer news at home. Data from stock market index company MSCI shows that during the 1970s, while its broader measure of US stock prices rose about 50% (before inflation), the Japanese stock index rose 400% and the Singaporean index even more.

This suggests emerging markets today might also help diversify your portfolio. Ironically, recently they have been in the eye of the storm, with many markets falling 20% or more. Some investors argue they are now looking good value.

What worked in the past may not work today

Hedge fund titan and Bridgewater head Ray Dalio has argued for including commodities and gold, alongside stocks and bonds, in what he calls an “all-weather portfolio.” Money manager Alex Shahidi added Treasury Inflation Protected Securities or TIPS, Treasury bonds issued by the U.S. Government that include specific inflation protection.

The late investment guru Harry Browne argued investors should keep one fourth of their money equally in stocks, bonds, cash (or short-term Treasury bills) and gold bullion. These portfolios typically required nothing more than occasional rebalancing to maintain the original proportions.

These would have helped investors in the 1940s and 1970s, analysis has shown. The obvious caveat, say investment analysts, is that what worked in the past may not work again. (But that is also true of the 60/40 portfolio.)

Inker says GMO is now “making extensive use of liquid alternatives” in the portfolios it runs for clients. This includes hedge-fund type strategies such as bets on global interest rates, mergers and the like. Such strategies are not easily accessible to retail investors.

Gold is still a go-to diversifier

Gold and silver are not what they once were, as the U.S. government has long since broken its legal connection to the dollar. But they still have their adherents. Charles de Vaulx, widely-respected money manager at IVA funds, holds 5% of the IVA Worldwide fund in gold bullion as insurance against hyperinflation or crisis.

Gold, some contemporary analysis has shown, still retains some power as a diversifier because it frequently moves in price independently of stocks and bonds.

Fidante’s Klement argues that “senior bank loans,” consisting of credits to corporations, may be an appealing diversifier. They offer some protection against inflation and rising interest rates, he argues, because the loans are on floating rates. Inker warns that the creditors’ protections, in the form of covenants, are generally not as good as they were in the past.

Cash can still be king—sometimes

And then there is the simplest asset of all: Cash. This includes Treasury bills, money market funds, short-term Treasury bonds, and Certificates of Deposit. These assets typically have produced poor long-term returns, which one reason why they tend to be shunned on Wall Street (another is that they generate low fees).

But they are generally highly liquid, and easy to buy and sell. Their price doesn’t fall in market turmoil, and their interest rates will rise with the Fed’s. “The obvious thing that everyone knows about is cash,” says GMO’s Inker.

“There are times to sit on cash,” wrote investment legend Sir John Templeton. Not only did it not go down in a crash, he noted, but it then enabled you to take advantage of investment opportunities later on.

A study conducted on behalf of Cambridge University a decade ago recommended a long-term portfolio of 80% stocks and 20% cash. Warren Buffett, in his 2013 letter to investors, recommended a basic portfolio of 90% stocks and 10% short-term government bonds.

Cash need not be limited to U.S. dollars either. While the greenback has been on a tear lately, in the past investors have used other currencies, including the euro, the former Deutsche mark, and the Swiss franc to diversify risks.

By BRETT ARENDS/ COLUMNIST

Famed Economist Cautions Investors: 70% Drop In The Stock Market Coming

My Dear Friend,

October 10th & 11th we saw the stock market drop 1,300 points or 5% during those 2 days. That’s child’s play compared to what is coming!

August 23rd. of this years (2018), the stock market surpassed the previous record bull market of nearly 10 years. We are now in the longest Bull Market in the history of the United States.

BUT…

Noted economists and distinguished investors are now warning of a stock market collapse LIKE NO OTHER!

Hear directly from those whose job it is to know. These are the biggest names out there:

  • World famous investor Warren Buffett recently sent a letter to his investors – He urgently warned them, be prepared to lose ½ your money in the upcoming months!
  • Former budget director for the Reagan White House, David Stockman recently raised a red flag when he declared an economic collapse is imminent. He went on to say: “There surely is a doozy just around the bend.”
  • Scott Minerd, Chairman of Investments and Global Chief Investment Officer of Guggenheim Partners, warns: “The markets are potentially on a collision course for disaster … once we reach a peak we’ll probably see a 40% retracement in equities.”
  • Paul Tudor Jones, the famed hedge fund manager and founder of The Tudor Group, is credited for calling the October 1987 market crash, now says that while “we have the strongest economy in 40 years … it is unsustainable.”
  • John Hussman, President of Hussman Investment Trust, says that when the market crashes we can expect “a market loss on the order of 60%.”

But there is one distinct warning that should send chills down your spine … that of famed economist Ted Bauman. Bauman and his team correctly predicted the collapse of 1999 and 2007.

Bauman now warns:

“There are three key economic indicators screaming SELL. They don’t imply that a 70% collapse is looming, it’s already at our doorstep.”

And if Bauman calls for a 70% market correction, one should pay heed.

Indeed, over the last three decades he accurately predicted the financial crisis of 2008, the dot.com crash of 2000, the recession of the early 1990s and the 1987 crash.

How Do I Protect Myself Against All This Expected Demise Of The Stock Market

My friend no one knows when the stock market will turn and become a Bear market. But as we get nearer the peak, stocks will continue to be ferociously volatile having huge market swings.

History tells us that the average bear market loss is 51%.

Take a look at this graphic below. In 2008 if you had $500k invested in the stock market, you would have lost 40% of your investment capital.

But if you had hedged your bets and diversified just a small amount of your savings into hard assets, you would have actually made money while everybody else lost their shirts.

 

As you can see, during the mortgage meltdown those that had allocated 30% to hard assets like gold & silver actually grew their investments while minimizing their losses and protecting their hard earned life savings.

Here Is What You Do Next

The first step is to understand that allocating a small portion of your savings into precious metals will protect your peace of mind, your savings, and give you that safety net you need when the next stock market correction happens.

Step 1.  Download this FREE Guide: Protect Your Savings From A Stock Market Crash. This guide will arm you with the necessary information you need to know on allocating your assets, taking possession, and protecting your savings.

Step 2. Get your questions answered. DON’T WAIT! DON’T PUT OFF TOMORROW WHAT NEEDS TO BE DONE TODAY! TOMORROW IS TO LATE!

Pick up your phone and call one of our Asset Protection & IRA Specialists for free consultation at (888) 411-4653

They will be able to answer all of your questions.

Step 3. Make your first purchase. Start allocating funds to purchase precious metals and start diversifying your savings.

Benjamin Franklin once said, “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” Those words could not be anymore true than they are today.

Just taking one step towards preventing the loss of your savings will save you countless sleepless nights when the market is in upheaval.

I wish you all the best in your investing.

Sincerely,

David Schroeder

Monetary Gold

P.S. My friend don’t forget, the time to prepare for any kind of emergency is beforehand. Don’t make the mistake that many new investors make by idly sitting by and watching the market take your savings once it starts to make corrections.

TAKE ACTION TODAY…    

Click the link to download our FREE Guide: Protect Your Savings From A Stock Market Crash now and learn how to protect yourself from the negative effects of a volatile stock market and then call one of our Asset Protection & IRA Specialists Toll Free at (888) 411-4653, they can help you take the next steps needed to prepare, to diversify, and to succeed.

3 Ticking Time Bombs Threaten The Savings Of Baby Boomers

I’m sure you remember the mortgage meltdown of 2008 and the crazy aftermath. More than $1 trillion of your taxes went to bailout these so-called “Too-Big-To-Fail” banks.

Because of that whole banking disaster, in 2010 President Barack Obama signed into law the Dodd-Frank Act, also known as the “Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act.”

Why is that so bad? Let Me Tell You!

Remember what happened to Cyprus citizens back in 2012? Their government decided that it was in the best interest of failing banks to take more than ½ of their depositors savings to keep themselves afloat and in return gave their depositors stock in the same failing banks.

My friend this is called a “BAIL-IN!” Remember that term! You will hear it again in the future!

Guess what? As of 2010, NO BANK WILL FAIL IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA!

RETIREMENT TICKING TIME BOMB THREAT NUMBER #1

Your bank has been given the authority by Congress to seize your savings, IRA’s, 401(k)’s, CD’s, and your deposits to keep themselves from failing! Seizure has nothing to do with you evading authorities or committing criminal acts, and here’s the kicker – YOU HAVE NO LEGAL RECOURSE AGAINST THE BANKS! It’s the law of the land!

This one threat alone could derail your entire retirement!

QUESTION: ARE YOU PROTECTED FROM THIS?

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Time Is Of The Essence

Unfortunately, this next Ticking Time Bomb is just around the corner and it has the power to devastate and wipe you out financially!

Most American’s know who the second richest person on the planet is, Warren Buffett. Serious investors even small mom & pop investors follow every word that comes out of his mouth.

Recently In A Letter Warren Buffett Urgently Warned Investors…

Be Prepared to Lose Half Your Money In The Upcoming Months!

August 23rd. of this year (2018), the stock market surpassed the previous record bull market of nearly 10 years. We are now in the longest Bull Market in the history of the United States.

What Happens At The End of every Bull Market?

The “MARKET CRASHES!” Meaning stocks severely decline to lose much of their value. The average stock market gain during a bull market is 282%, the average Bear Market decline is 51% of what was gained and here’s the worst part, it happens quickly!

Maybe you remember the Dot.com Tech Bubble crash. March 2000 the Bull Market began its downturn. The first 30 days of that market correction, $1 trillion in investor’s money was lost. Yes, you read that correctly, $1 trillion.

RETIREMENT TICKING TIME BOMB THREAT NUMBER #2

Every day we hit new highs in the stock market; it’s only a matter of time before we see the next crash of Wall St.

We Are Long Overdue For A Major Stock Market Correction

If your money is tied up in mutual funds, 401(k)’s, IRA’s etc.,

You Unfortunately Have To Suffer The Biggest Losses Of All!

You have to WAIT an entire day before you can exit out of any fund positions, and while you are waiting to get out of those losing positions the stock market is tanking, destroying your life, destroying your savings, destroying your peace of mind!

QUESTION: WHAT STEPS HAVE YOU TAKEN TO PROTECT YOUR SAVINGS?

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If you keep working you will recover some of your losses, but that’s not even the worst of it!

China Has Declared War On The U.S. Dollar & Its Economy

For 70 years countries have used the U.S. Dollar (AKA Petro Dollar) to purchase their oil.

June 2017, China pulled a sneaky little trick. They strengthened their relationship with Russia and started paying Russia for oil in Yuan instead of dollars thus establishing the new Petro Yuan.

That in-and-of-itself might seem like it is nothing, BUT… China had one more trick up their sleeve, even more devious than creating the Petro Yuan. They backed the new Petro Yuan with gold.

RETIREMENT TICKING TIME BOMB THREAT NUMBER #3

Because of this more countries are now finding the Petro Yuan backed by gold as highly desirable and kicking the U.S. Dollar to the curb. Example: The European Central Bank exchanged $611 million worth of U.S. dollar reserves into Yuan securities.

This may seem like nothing to you now, but if China wins and dethrones the U.S. Dollar, it will signal the downfall of the dollar and it’s believed by officials at the Federal Reserve, analysts, government officials, and economists that the purchasing power of the U.S. Dollar will be cut in half almost instantly.

The Chinese Yuan is now approved as a world reserve currency so they are working tirelessly to destroy the dollar, and several countries have already replaced the Petro Dollar with the new Petro Yuan!

The dethroning of the U.S. dollar is already happening!

Today You May Think Your Money Is Safe…

But I have news for you… IT IS NOT!

We Baby Boomers have this false sense of security and it’s going to bite us in the backside if we do nothing to prepare for the stormy waters that we Americans face.

This is What You Need To Do To Protect Yourself

YOU HAVE TO PREPARE NOW!

The first step is to gain an understanding how allocating a small portion of your savings into precious metals will protect your peace of mind, your savings, and give you that safety net despite all these Ticking Time Bombs.

Step 1.  Download this FREE Special Report: How To Protect Your Savings & Investments.

This report will arm you with the necessary information you need to know about protecting your savings.

Step 2. Get your questions answered. DON’T WAIT! DON’T PUT OFF TOMORROW WHAT NEEDS TO BE DONE TODAY! TOMORROW IS TO LATE!

Pick up your phone and call one of our Asset Protection & IRA Specialists for a free consultation at (888) 411-4653.

They will spend as much time as you need to answer all of your questions.

Step 3. Make your first purchase. Start allocating funds to purchase precious metals and start diversifying your savings.

Benjamin Franklin once said, “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” Those words could not be any more true than they are today.  Just taking one step towards preventing the loss of your savings will save you countless sleepless nights

I wish you all the best in your investing.

Sincerely,

David Schroeder

Monetary Gold.

Postscript

My friend, there are so many that want to plunder your savings – the banks, your local governments, our congress, the IRS, the International Monetary Fund, the World Bank, all of them want what you spent your entire life building up, YOUR SAVINGS!

Add to that – a rigged stock market on the verge of crashing, $70 trillions of combined U.S. debt, a much-higher-than-we’ve-been-told inflation rate, and a country (China) trying to destroy the U.S. Currency.

All this adds up to one thing! We are being led like lambs to the slaughter!

DON’T LET THIS HAPPEN TO YOU!

Download this FREE Special Report: How To Protect Your Savings & Investments, don’t delay, don’t procrastinate, don’t put off tomorrow what needs to be done! PROTECT YOURSELF NOW!

Warren Buffett Urgently Warns Investors: Be Prepared to Lose 1/2 Your Money In The Upcoming Months!

There Is One Way, And Only One Way To Protect Your Wealth, Assets, & Savings…

My Friend,

It doesn’t matter if you’re small, new, or a seasoned investor, money is money and the rules of money don’t change for ANYBODY!

There is one hard and fast rule every investor must live by; many new investors learn this lesson the hard way. What is that lesson or that rule we investors must live by?

It’s simple… it’s the Preservation of capital!
Boiled down it means doing whatever it takes to protect your nest egg.

As of July 2018, the stock market is only 4 months away from breaking the longest Bull market streak in the history of the United States. The previous Bull Market lasted from 1990 to 2000 for a total of 117 months.

URGENT WARNING! Danger Is Looming… It’s The Biggest Threat To Your Wealth

Everyone “thinks” that a stock market crash is the biggest threat to an investor’s savings. I’m here to tell you… that’s just plain wrong. So then you ask, If a market crash isn’t the biggest threat, then what is?

What is this looming danger you and I as investors are facing? It’s called COMPLACENCY! New, smaller, and unsuspecting investors get so comfortable with the market in a continual bull run they simply think it won’t stop! That is… UNTIL IT DOES!

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You may remember the Dot.com Tech Bubble crash of 2000. Wall St. was telling the world to “buy and hold,” yet all the while they were telling their favored clients to sell. Starting March of  2000 the Bull market began its downturn. The first 30 days of that market correction, $1 trillion in investor’s money was lost.  Yes, you read that correctly, $1 trillion.

Smaller investors, not institutional investors got taken for nearly half of their savings, and those who were heavy into the Internet stocks and IPO’s nearly lost everything.

Why didn’t institutional investors lose money? Because unlike you and me, they are paid handsomely to sit in front of a computer screen watching the market like a hawk.

You and me… we’re to busy with life! We’re picking up the kids, attending college, going on vacation, spending time with the souse, watching sports, working, or a myriad of other things.

But the truth is…

We Are Long Overdue For A
Major Stock Market Correction

Don’t be one of those whose head is buried in the sand. Yes a stock market crash could wipe you out!  That is unless you’re not complacent; instead you’re proactive in not only growing, but protecting your savings as well.

You may also remember the economic explosion of 2008. Wall St. was making a beeline for the exit while telling the retail stock investors not to panic.

2000 and 2008, mom & pop and retail stock investors took HUGE LOSSES – losing as much as half the value of their investments and in many cases much much more.

And both occasions Wall St. was lying through their teeth the whole time.

By most metrics, we are deep, very deep, into a long bull market. The below table spells it out: At 113 months, this current bull market is the 2nd longest bull market in U.S. history.
History of U.S. Bull Markets.

How Can I Win If Everyone Else Is Losing

Most of us have heard the story of Noah’s Ark. God told Noah that a storm is coming unlike any other storm that man has ever seen. God told him to build an ark and save himself, his family, and of course the animals.  Noah listened and was prepared beforehand so when the rains came, he was safe!

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Question: would you rather be a year or more early and be prepared for the inevitability of the stock market to crash, or would you rather discover an hour to late that the market has plummeted and the SEC has halted trading and you can’t sell your now losing position(s)?

If you’re like me, you’d want to be ready beforehand.

How Much Longer Can One Reasonably Expect This Current Bull Market To Continue

The famous economist Herbert Stein said “If something cannot go on forever, it will stop.”

These famous stock market strategists are saying the looming demise of the stock market is very real. Sandy Jadeja, Chief Marketing Strategist for Core spreads, who has correctly called 4 stock market crashes, not only does he expect the market to crash, he says “the worst is yet to come.”

You may know Nouriel Roubini. He’s the professor of economics at New York University who accurately predicted the 2008 financial crash, he believes that there is now a greater than 50% risk of a global recession and that this is not the time to be invested in risky assets.

Goldman Sachs is now warning its favored clients that there is a high probability of a market correction within months!

How Do I Protect Myself Against All This Expected Demise Of The Stock Market

My friend no one knows when the stock market will turn and become a Bear market. But as we get nearer the peak, stocks will continue to be ferociously volatile having huge market swings.

History tells us that the average bear market loss is 51%.

Take a look at this graphic below. In 2008 if you had $500k invested in the stock market, you would have lost 40% of your investment capital. But if you had hedged your bets and diversified just a small amount of your savings into hard assets, you would have actually made money while everybody else lost their shirts.

How Stocks did during he mortgage meltdown

 

As you can see, during the mortgage meltdown those that had allocated 30% to hard assets like gold & silver actually grew their investments while minimizing their losses and protecting their hard earned life savings.

Think of “GOLD” like car insurance for your nest egg. You don’t risk driving your car on major public freeways and streets without protecting yourself in the case of an accident. If you’re at fault, having insurance protects you from having to come out of pocket and pay for repairs and medical bills. If you don’t have insurance then you pay for everything yourself.

Owning Gold as part of your portfolio is an insurance plan against inflation, a declining stock market, and a dollar that is rapidly dropping in value.

And here’s the thing, it doesn’t matter who is in office. Whether a Republican or a Democrat, neither can reverse a stock market correction, neither can make the stock market go up, neither can exude any influence over the short or long term events of the stock market.

As a general rule politics have very little effect on the stock market other than short-term knee-jerk reactions.

Here Is What You Do Next

The first step is to gain an understanding how allocating a small portion of your savings into precious metals will protect your peace of mind, your savings, and give you that safety net you need when the next stock market correction happens.

Step 1.  Download our FREE Guide: Protect Your Savings From A Stock Market Crash. There is absolutely nothing for sale here and there is no obligation to purchase anything. This guide will arm you with the necessary information you need to know on allocating your assets, taking possession, and protecting your savings.

Step 2. Get your questions answered. DON’T WAIT! DON’T PUT OFF TOMORROW WHAT NEEDS TO BE DONE TODAY! TOMORROW IS TO LATE!

Pick up your phone and call one of our Asset Protection & IRA Specialists for free consultation at (888) 411-4653

They will be able to answer all of your questions.

Step 3. Make your first purchase. Start allocating funds to purchase precious metals and start diversifying your savings.

Benjamin Franklin once said, “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” Those words could not be any truer than they are today.  Just taking one step towards preventing the loss of your savings will save you countless sleepless nights when the market is in upheaval.

I wish you all the best in your investing.

Sincerely,

 

David Schroeder
Monetary Gold

P.S.
My friend don’t forget, the time to prepare for any kind of emergency is beforehand. Don’t make the mistake that many new investors make by idly sitting by and watching the market take your savings once it starts to make corrections.

TAKE ACTION TODAY…  

Click the link to download our FREE Guide: Protect Your Savings From A Stock Market Crash now and learn how to protect yourself from the negative effects of a volatile stock market and then call one of our Asset Protection & IRA Specialists Toll Free at (888) 411-4653, they can help you take the next steps needed to prepare, to diversify, and to succeed.