“There’s still a misconception with a lot of people when it comes to investing that if you have a 401k, you can’t take part of it and diversify—that you’re stuck with all or nothing.”— Mike Broomhead
Another stimulus package. More money printing. Rising inflation. Ballooning national debt. We’re in a scary place as a country right now. Even insiders at the Treasury Department agree.
With gold spot prices setting records of over $2,000 an ounce and gold forecasts saying gold could hit $4,000 an ounce in the next few years, there’s never been a better time to diversify your portfolio with precious metals and protect your retirement savings from a swiftly declining dollar.1
But many investors are foregoing the peace of mind gold in a portfolio can bring because of one common misconception. What is it? Watch the video above to find out.