Tag Archives: paper gold

Every week, Your News to Know offers you the latest top news stories about the economy and the gold market. Here’s what we have for you this week: Putin hoards gold (video), 6 reasons to be bullish on gold, and gold still has plenty of upside, says Capital Economics. Click here to watch the video and get all the details.

Paper gold refers to certificates that may or may not be backed by the real thing, while physical gold is gold that you physically posses in the form of coins and bars. In this edition of the Market Report, Gold Specialists Will Hart and Jake Kennedy answer common questions about physical versus paper gold: Why own physical gold and not paper gold? Isn’t it a hassle to store and sell physical precious metals? And what are the advantages of owning physical gold? Listen to the entire report here.

Ever since their brief correction from April to June, gold and silver have been on a tear. Last Wednesday, gold reached a 3-month high, and silver hit a 4-month high. Think it’s too late to get started now? Think again. As we enter September, in this week’s Market Update we look at ten reasons why gold and silver are conspiring to climb even higher in the coming months.

Our nation’s spirit of independence, first embodied by our forefathers, won’t endure on its own. Today, with politicians and the media alike trying to dictate the narrative that is in their own best interest, we must constantly live up to our independent ways. For us at Birch Gold Group, this is especially true when it comes to protecting your savings. Given all of the investment options available to you, rarely do we see those in the mainstream media give precious metals fair consideration. So for this month, in the spirit of America’s Independence Day, we encourage you to declare your independence from what some would like us to rely on. What can you declare your independence from?

You probably know that gold and silver dropped quite a bit last week. Despite that, every reason to protect your savings with physical precious metals still stands. But now you can get them at their lowest levels in over two years. If you liked gold and silver two weeks ago, you have to love them at today’s prices. Read why, in four simple points.