“Gold is money - everything else is credit”.
That’s a quote taken from this month’s issue of Price Value International (PVI).
Before I tell you more about it, I want to remind you that we’re closing the doors to PVI tonight at midnight EST.
In 1971, President Nixon made the famous decision to take the US dollar “off gold”.
This 44 year experiment has led to massive inflation, worldwide debt, and is pushing the US government close to defaulting on their debt.
As a Sovereign Man reader, you know that the writing’s on the wall. This experiment is getting close to the end.
When it does, those who understand finance, value investing, and gold are going to be in a very advantageous position.
As Tim says “Every unbacked paper currency in history has ultimately failed. The dollar will be no different. It’s only a matter of time.”
What’s the message here? Is it to go out and buy as much physical gold as you can?
Like everything else we do, it’s important to take a measured, rational approach to determine the answer.
And that starts with our financial sophistication:
In the most recent issue of PVI, Tim debunks all the misinformation out there, and answers important questions, such as:
- How much of your portfolio should be in gold?
- What specific gold stocks should you invest in?
- Should you own the physical metal or another form?
- What about silver?
- What about gold that’s held in a fund?
- Is investing in a gold producing company a good idea?
...Tim has dedicated this month’s issue of Price Value International to gold.
When I first read it, I was blown away (again).
In fact, I immediately forwarded it to my team and said:
“Another INCREDIBLE issue of PVI. This is exactly what we want to send out to our readers. Please put together a promotion for this, it’s just that good.”
You can access this month’s issue (as well as 13 back-issues) when you click on this link:
P.S. One final note.
Tim is one of the smartest investors I know.
He’s dedicated his entire professional life to breaking down how the wealthy construct their portfolios.
For 25 years, he’s been producing results.
To access his extensive knowledge at any price is a bargain. For the shockingly low subscription price of PVI, it’s a no-brainer.