MANY EXPERTS SUGGEST 5%-25% OF YOUR TOTAL PORTFOLIO BE IN PHYSICAL GOLD.
If you have been thinking about gold, now is the time to act. Demand for gold is trending at record highs while some customers have dealt with delayed production by the US Mint for Gold Bullion American Eagles.
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Best time to diversify with IRA Eligible 1 oz American Eagle Gold
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Gold shot up above $1350 on Monday, March 3, after tensions escalated in Russia's conflict with her southern neighbor (who was previously a captive member of the Soviet Union), Ukraine, which is also the pathway for much of Europe's energy supplies, so oil is rising too - though not as fast as gold. I also heard some indications last week from new Fed Chair Janet Yellen that she might slow the "tapering" of the Fed's money-pumping policy of "quantitative easing." This combination of a slowing U.S. economy and rising tensions in Eastern Europe caused gold's sharp rise, vs. smaller upward moves in silver and oil.