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Is Now a Good Time to Buy?

NOVEMBER 12, 2013

Is Now a Good Time to Buy?

Nobody wants to miss out on a great investment, it's human nature. Yet, time and time again at we see investors rush in as prices climb, only to regret their investment decisions a few days later when a short-term price pullback ensues.

To make matters worse, some overzealous investors start to feel down in the dumps.  Some even think their purchase was a bad decision now that the paper prices of silver and gold have recently dropped.  Worse of all, they may even ponder the poor idea of selling! 

When one combines irrationality and reactionary decision making, chances for investment success are near zero.

At we have learned to think differently and, more importantly, we teach our customers how to as well.

We learn the fundamentals, we plan for our investments, and we don't let day-to-day price fluctuations steer us off course.

When I first started investing in the early 2000's, I used to do a lot of second-guessing. A few times I was tempted to go off-course—for instance, when real estate was white hot around 2004 and 2005. But the more research I do, the more I study past cycles and economic history, the more certain I feel that I am in the right place at the right time, and that the precious metals cycle is on an unprecedented upward ride. I know my plan is the right plan for me. Develop a plan, write it down, and stick with it.

- Mike Maloney


Nobody wants to miss a price rocket to the moon!
For you out there who've educated yourselves on the fundamental reasons to buy and own physical silver and gold bullion long-term... certainly you should understand the following:  
It is the intelligent, brave, and early crowd ( investing for the long-term in physical silver and gold well ahead of the masses ) who will not only preserve but we believe thoroughly enhance their wealth positions.
With all the fundamental issues with the world's financial system, downturns in silver and gold prices are a godsend.  Price drops simply afford us more time to convert paper stocks, bonds, overvalued real estate, mutual funds, and fiat currencies into physical gold and silver investment vehicles.

Is Now a Good Time to Buy?

At this particular moment in history, gold and silver are on the upswing. In my opinion, based on their value relative to other things of value, on the stages of other asset cycles, and on the state of our global economy, gold and silver are still far away from their peak. In other words, you can buy now, and you can buy next month, and you will be on your way to being positioned to take advantage of what I believe will be the greatest wealth transfer in human history.

- Mike Maloney

Sage Advice for the First Time Investor: If You Are Not in the Physical Silver and Gold Game, Get In!
Just placing a tiny order to start your silver and gold investments gets you ahead of 99% of the masses.
Whether you buy silver at $20, $30, or $50 an ounce won't be the most important factor. What will matter most is that you did indeed did take a position in silver and gold bullion.
Longterm, this is a game of troy ounces.
What your ounces are worth in debased nominal fiat currencies will mean very little to how often you had the insight to pony up to the silver and gold table today. 
When the masses come running for physical gold and silver to save their financial well being, there will only be so many seats at the table.  
Physical silver and gold supplies will most likely be nonexistent when demand reaches its apex.  
At that time, physical silver and gold bullion buyers will be wielding some serious financial power.   
Know that this is a game of discipline and patience. Acquire on a timely and rigorous schedule, drop the emotion, and execute. 
Get your share of ounces — before its too late.

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