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Australia has a long history with the ‘Metal of Kings’.

It began at a waterhole near Bathurst in 1851. Edward Hargreaves discovered a tiny fleck of gold in the water. And from there, the rush was on.

Today, Australia accounts for two-thirds of all gold mine reserves. When it comes to gold in the ground — and getting it out — Australia is a global superpower.

But while you can almost ‘shake gold from the roots’ of the grass beneath your feet, the Reserve Bank of Australia has stockpiled a meagre gold inventory.

Australia’s central bank doesn’t care much for owning gold and individual Australians have followed its lead.

Many are sceptical about holding gold as a portion of their investment portfolios. They think that, if you do, you’re both a crank and a doomsayer for owning the ‘barbarous relic’.

But there’s one man who begs to differ.

James G. Rickards is a former Wall Street lawyer, and now portfolio manager, government adviser, lecturer and bestselling author.

He’s also one of the world’s foremost experts on gold.

In this exclusive Daily Reckoning Australia report — which you can download today — Jim reveals why the disparity between Australian mine reserves and its official bullion holdings is an extremely worrying development for all Australians.

Jim also explains why, if you don’t consider owning gold between now and 2020, you could be making a big mistake…

If you’re familiar with Jim Rickards’ work, you’ll know he foresees a coming disaster in the international monetary system. What you may not know is the pivotal role gold will play in any new crisis.

There are times in history when gold behaves like a commodity. It is, after all, listed on the commodities exchange. It’s in any commodities report along with steel, copper, coffee and soybeans.

But there are also times in history when gold behaves like money.

According to Jim, we are now entering such a period. Since the financial crisis in 2008, central banks have tried to support an inherently flawed financial system. As each month passes, it feels less like support and more like they’ve lost control.

He starkly shows that confidence in paper money is failing. And how, quietly, a new gold rush is taking shape.

When you claim your free copy of The New Case for Gold: An Interview with Wall Street Insider Jim Rickards, you’ll learn:

  • Why you should get your gold now — while you still can. It’s easy enough to buy gold today. But when the panic comes, it won’t be so easy. The global elites will make sure of that. In fact, they may even make it illegal. Jim explains why.
  • Why China’s secretly hoarding gold. In 2012, China admitted to having 1,600 tonnes of gold. But if Jim’s right, today they may have closer to 10,000 tonnes. That’s more than the United States, and on par with Europe, the region with the most gold globally. Why would they be doing this? The answer has deep implications for your wealth and freedom.
  • The one global event that could trigger US$10,000 gold. This sounds extreme. But it’s not made up. As Jim says: ‘I’m not trying to be provocative and get headlines. This is eighth grade maths. The data is available. We know how much money is there. And we know how much gold is there. All it will take is a total re-ordering of the global money system. And that’s coming.’

You’ll learn it all and more in this must-read report: ‘The New Case for Gold: An Interview with Wall Street Insider Jim Rickards’.

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About Jim Rickards…

James G. Rickards is a former lawyer, economist and investment banker with 35 years of experience working in capital markets on Wall Street. He was the principal negotiator of the rescue of Long-Term Capital Management by the US Federal Reserve in 1998.

His clients include institutional investors and government directorates. His work is regularly featured in the Financial TimesThe Australian Financial Review, the Evening StandardThe New York TimesThe Telegraph and The Washington Post, and he is a frequent guest on BBC, RTE Irish National Radio, CNN, NPR, CSPAN, CNBC, Bloomberg, Fox and The Wall Street Journal.

He has contributed as an adviser on capital markets to the US intelligence community, and at the Office of the Secretary of Defense in the Pentagon. Rickards is the author of The New Case for Gold (April 2016) and three New York Times bestsellers: The Death of Money (2014), Currency Wars (2011) and The Road to Ruin (2016) from Penguin Random House.

Jim is a major contributor to The Daily Reckoning Australia.

Edited by Australian market expert and gold nut Shae Russell, with contributions from bestselling author Jim Rickards, free market strategist Nickolai Hubble and former hedge fund manager James Altucher, the ‘DR’, as it’s affectionately known by our readers, brings you a take on the financial world you won’t find anywhere else.

Our goal in The Daily Reckoning Australia is to help put the often confusing (and infuriating) world of finance into context…to help you connect the dots between your bank account, the market, and the decisions made in Canberra and elsewhere around the world…so you can make sense of it all and hopefully make better decisions.

Sign up for free and you’ll learn about everything from the latest advances in regenerative medicine…to the RBA’s next rate move…to the future of energy…gold…and small-cap stocks…

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