DEC 22, 2017
Gold and silver are your financial backstop. Your core strategy to profit from the upcoming wealth transfer.
What’s ahead will be very exciting for those that have a meaningful stash of physical gold and silver. Imagine as the next crisis worsens, your net worth soars.
But what happens to your plan if your bullion is stolen? Or gets misplaced? What if it falls into middle earth from an earthquake or is washed away in a flood? Gold usually survives the average house fire—but what condition would it be left in? A dealer won’t pay as much for damaged metal, and some may not buy it at all.
The dilemma with holding physical gold and silver is that no storage plan is 100% foolproof. And since bullion comes with no replacement policy—no claim check you can turn in to get your metal back—the investor is left in a precarious position. Are we just out of luck?
While the risk of these events is slim, they can be devastating if they occur. How do we protect against worst case scenarios?
There’s only one viable solution…
It’s a sobering reality: if your gold or silver is lost—regardless of how or why or from where—it’s gone for good. You simply have no way to make yourself whole.
It would be the ultimate injustice to go to great lengths accumulating physical metal for both protection and profit—and then see it disappear in one mishap.
The only way to make up for the loss at that point is if you have insurance.
When the topic of insuring gold comes up, most people assume they can just add it to their homeowner’s policy. Or maybe even take out a separate insurance policy.
But there are two major pitfalls with that route. See if you’re comfortable with the risks…
Consider the cost of insuring your home-stored gold:
There’s another reason we shy away from taking out an insurance policy on home-stored bullion…
To insure your metals means you will be required to reveal to strangers the details of your bullion holdings—the forms of gold and silver you own, how many ounces, and where and how they’re stored.
Once you go down the path of releasing the details of your home-stored bullion, how this information is used and who has access to it is out of your control.
An insurance policy can protect you from one set of risks, but shouldn’t expose you to others. This makes home insurance plans unacceptable to us.
So if you want to insure your metal, how do you get it at a reasonable cost and yet avoid these additional risks?
When you chose allocated storage at checkout, your holdings are automatically insured. No extra paperwork, no extra scrutiny, no break from confidentiality.
The benefits of our insured storage program would be critical in a time you need it most:
The reality is, our allocated storage program is far cheaper than insuring home-stored bullion, much safer, and can be just as private.
Keeping some bullion close at hand is important. You should have a little readily accessible in the event of an economic or personal emergency. A financial “go bag” if you will. Secure it properly, and tell only one other confidant where it’s located.
However, storing all your tangible assets at home or in a bank automatically pushes your risk quotient much higher.
The bottom line is, you have no control, and little recourse, should you become the victim of theft or natural disaster. In the event you are robbed at gunpoint, wouldn’t it be nice to know your gold is safe and sound and available to sell or take delivery with a few clicks?
We believe every investor should use professional storage once they have a small stash close to home, and we’ve made it as affordable as possible to get started. And all vaults automatically come with full insurance.
Get started now…
We’ll automatically create a storage account for you, and keep you updated as your metals are shipped and received by your chosen vault provider.
Or call us at 1-888-319-8166 (international +1-310-566-6655) to place on order over the phone.