“Many Americans lost an awful lot in the last crash, and they’re not in the same position to be able to withstand another 50% to 60% drop.”— Steve Rand, Scottsdale Bullion & Coin Precious Metals Advisor
Americans lost $9.8 trillion of their hard-earned savings between 2007 and 2009. The stock market plummeted $8 trillion. The housing market crashed. Ten years later, more than 4 million homeowners were still underwater on their mortgages.1 All because banks got too big and too reckless with your retirement dollars—with your future.
Could it happen again? Can you afford to wait and see?
“Are we impervious to another crisis? No. It’s human nature. Cars are safer today than they were 30 years ago, but you can still get into an accident.” — Aaron Klein, policy director at the Center on Regulation and Markets at the Brookings Institution1
What can you do to protect your nest egg when…
…those dollar bills in your bank account buy you less and less every day?
…and the threat of a $30 trillion U.S. default looms on the horizon?
Buckle your financial seatbelt: you need some gold to protect against inflation and economic chaos. In your retirement portfolio. Now.