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(VIDEO) 21st-Century Market Roller Coaster Ride

Posted By Isaac Nuriani |

How do we know what the markets will do?

At the beginning of this century, all of the stock market indexes set record highs and spirits were high. Two years later, the market fell by about half. The NASDAQ crashed a whopping 78%. How did it happen? Part of the problem was “an absurd overvaluation” of everything that ended in “dot-com.”

In this week’s Touchpoint Update video from Augusta Precious Metals, senior analyst Devlyn Steele and analyst Clint Doll explain how stock is valued and what it means to be overvalued. When the Federal Reserve gets involved and attempts to make up the difference, it can end up making things worse. That’s exactly what happened in 2009. The markets lost more than 50% again!

The problem is that, in these market corrections, it is the individual investor who loses the most.

Before the coronavirus changed our way of life in the United States and the world, the Federal Reserve was already struggling to float the economy with drastic actions such as printing “easy, cheap money,” buying junk bonds, and lowering interest rates (three times). Now, even the experts aren’t sure what’s going to happen.

In May, billionaire Warren Buffett said, “Nobody knows what the future holds for stock markets.” (!)

Flattening the Economic Roller Coaster Ride with Physical Gold & Silver

Listen in as Devlyn and Clint analyze the current situation, explore what could happen next, and explain why it’s critical for retirement savers to protect their money while they can.

Fortunately, many Americans have discovered the stabilizing characteristics of physical gold and silver in a tax-advantaged, self-directed IRA. The secret is precious metals’ track record of rising when traditional assets have dropped.

If there’s one thing we’ve learned on this roller coaster ride, it’s that you can’t see the drop on the other side until it begins. You have to prepare yourself before you see it coming.

The Federal Reserve’s Jerome Powell says an economic recovery could take until the end of 2021. There is still time to anticipate the next drop and take action to protect retirement savings with gold and silver.

4 Ways to Learn More about Precious Metals

For more information, call now and speak with an Augusta Precious Metals customer success agent: 800-700-1008. Ask about our free guide for those who qualify – as well as the Augusta Profit & Protect Web Conference, hosted by Devlyn Steele, who shares details from behind the scenes in the United States economy. Take a cue from Hall of Fame quarterback Joe Montana — he asked his financial advisors to find America’s best gold company, and they found Augusta for him. He is now not only a customer but our corporate ambassador.

Look for more useful information about economic risk and precious metals on the Augusta Precious Metals website: Augustapreciousmetals.com.

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