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Goodbye Europe, Hello Gold
Posted By Isaac Nuriani
The tailwinds of global discord and economic weakness are propelling gold prices ever higher. On June 16, our favorite metal hit $1,319.90/troy ounce in intraday trading, a level we haven’t seen since August 2014. Don’t say I didn’t alert you, and those who have recently opened up an Augusta Precious Metals Gold IRA are rightfully gratified by their foresightedness. But this train is only leaving the station, and there is plenty of opportunity to jump on board.
One of the biggest reasons for gold’s steady move
Higher is the impending British exit from the European Union. I’d say the chances for Brexit are good, and that’s creating the kind of uncertainty that makes gold so attractive.
In this country, the economy is sick and getting sicker. Just ask the Federal Reserve, which a month ago was talking about raising interest rates. Now, not so much. Seems that the job market has gone punk, and all that paper money sloshing around the world is finally catching up with the Brainiacs who thought it was a good idea to leave the gold standard. I’m afraid this is not going to end well, not well at all.
Think about your family’s future – open an Augusta Precious Metals Gold IRA and start investing in gold today. In times of economic strife, I believe you’ll be thankful you did.
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