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Gold Price Forecast for 2013: Expect Record-Setting Year

November 28th, 2012


No two bull markets are ever the same, and gold is no exception.

During the last secular gold bull market in the 1970s, gold rose from $35 in 1968 all the way to $200 by late 1974.

Then the unthinkable happened. Between late 1974 and mid-1976, gold prices were cut in half, dropping from about $200 to $100.

At the time, many gold investors sold out in disgust, never to return.

But then a funny thing occurred. Gold prices started to climb again, rising from $100 in mid-1976 all the way to $800 by January 1980.

And anyone who was fortunate enough to own gold at $35 earned better than 20 times their investment in just 12 years.

Twenty-one years later, a new bull market began. Since 2001, gold has consistently performed in Read the rest of this entry »

Gold & Silver, Ron Paul: THE TRUTH

March 31st, 2012

Silver and Gold Debate 2012

During Mike Maloney’s recent appearance on RT he was given the chance to state where he thinks the economy is going and why. Ron Paul delivers the truth on Read the rest of this entry »

Gold: 1980 Versus Today 2012

March 31st, 2012

Is The Gold Bull Market Over or Just Gaining Momentum?

Watch this enlightening video from Future Money Trends which demonstrates why today’s ongoing bull market in gold is not 1980 all over again and certainly no bubble that is set to burst. There are distinct differences between the current Read the rest of this entry »

Gold Market Update March 08, 2012

March 8th, 2012

Gold Performance January 2012

Whats going on with the Gold Market

Due to concerns of negative real interest rates, global currency debasements, and overall strong fundamentals for the metal – analysts are forecasting gold to much higher prices. Citigroup, for example, believes gold will reach Read the rest of this entry »

Gold is portfolio insurance you must have – Jim Cramer

January 26th, 2012

“I like to think of the gold position as a kind of stock insurance,” CNBC’s Jim Cramer says in a Dec. 30 lesson in investment diversification. “Now, would you want a home without homeowner’s insurance? No. You wouldn’t own a car without car insurance. You shouldn’t invest without some gold exposure because gold pays off when everything else fails.”

Jim Cramer does recommend the largest gold exchange-traded fund, however Cornerstone Asset Metals believes your primary long-term gold holding should be in physical bullion under your control. Unlike gold bullion, ETFs are susceptible to external counterparty risks.

Related articles:

» Best way to invest in Gold

» Gold is an asset class and must be owned – Jim Cramer

Contact Cornerstone Asset Metals today to learn more about buying silver as an investment.

Past performance is not an indication of future potential values.

Gold Signals Remain Bullish – Dundee Wealth’s Martin Murenbeeld

October 31st, 2011

Actions of Central Bank indicates Gold will retain bullish factors

gold_signals_remain_bullishMartin Murenbeeld, chief economist of Dundee Wealth Inc., stated that the firm weighs bullish and bearish scenarios in its analysis of gold prices to see which has the highest probability of becoming a reality. It was to no suprise that the bullish signals have remained dominant.

Murenbeeld participated Wednesday on a panel at the Argyle Executive Forum’s Gold Outlook conference, sponsored by the World Gold Council. He stated the number one signal that indicates gold will remain bullish is Read the rest of this entry »