What the Rich Buy When the Economy Collapses
But according to this Wall Street insider you don’t need to be rich — not even close — to use the safe wealth preservation tactics they do
Many retail investors are sceptical about holding gold as a portion of their portfolios.
They think that if you do, you’re both a crank and doomsayer for owning the ‘barbarous relic’.
But Wall Street lawyer, portfolio manager, government adviser, lecturer and best-selling author James Rickards begs to differ…
In fact, he warns if you don’t consider owning gold soon, you do so at your own peril.
In this exclusive Daily Reckoning Australia interview, he reveals why it’s now more important than ever you add physical gold to your portfolio.
Download a transcript of this exclusive interview titled: ‘The New Case for Gold: An interview with bestselling author and Wall Street insider, Jim Rickards’.
Inside, you’ll learn:
- What some investors are doing right now to protect themselves from economic instability, and in the worst case, financial collapse.
- The real reason the price of gold moves up and down, and why Jim doesn’t pay much attention to the day-to-day price fluctuations.
- How Jim sees gold reaching $10,000 an ounce — no joke. He shares the basic equation behind this wild predication in the report.
- The scary truth about Russian cyber brigades with the ability to wipe out your wealth in a heartbeat — and what to do to protect yourself.
- You may know the ‘traditional’ reasons for holding gold — but Jim shares surprising benefits you might not have thought about.
You’ll learn all this and more in this exclusive report: ‘The New Case for Gold: An interview with bestselling author and Wall Street insider, Jim Rickards’.
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