Friday, May 14, 2010

Bullion, and not the type to make soup with

Let's face it, the economy is still not what it was, and more and more folks are worried about their finances. Especially with the cuts in education funding that seems to be htting a number of states. Have you thought about Bullion? No, not the stuff you use to make soup with, but the gold and silver varities? Did you know that with the United States Gold Bureau you can purchase silver, gold or other precious metals and coins for immediate personal delivery or arrange for convenient and safe storage at an independent bank or depository.

We've all seen the commericals on tv about once an hour from some group or another that says they will buy your scrap gold at the best prices around. So we know that the price of gold is good, but what you have to remember is that the price of gold has always been pretty stable, as far as I have been able to research. I mean think about it...."buying gold has been recognized for centuries as one of the best ways to preserve one's wealth and purchasing power.", doesn't that make you think? I mean, it's a whole lot more stable than my "stable mutual funds" in my IRS that now has less money than ever in it!

Since Gold bullion is a unique investment, and has been invested and traded since from the time of ancient Egyptians, Greeks and Romans to more modern times, it only makes since that it would still be a good investment now. Something that has been around that long, has been invested and traded for that long, has a lot more historty than any mutual fund out there on the market, so to me it gives a peace of mind that you can't find with other things.

The thing is, like any investment, you have to research it yourself, not just read my blog and do it because I said so. I want you to looking into what it takes to buy gold bullion yourself, and I think a great place to do it would be the US Gold Bureau website, Once you have looked into it, tell me what you think? I think it is worth a look, and the research, and you know, it just might be the think you are looking for.

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