Why Silver & Gold Will Go Higher [NOOK Book]

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In all honesty few care what gold or silver HAVE done in the past. The only question, your question I’m sure, is why silver and gold will go higher.

I asked myself this same question in March of 2002. I wasn’t comfortable with expert opinion or traditional investing so I began a quest to fully understand how emotion, economics, and politics drive the one asset we all must ...
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Overview

In all honesty few care what gold or silver HAVE done in the past. The only question, your question I’m sure, is why silver and gold will go higher.

I asked myself this same question in March of 2002. I wasn’t comfortable with expert opinion or traditional investing so I began a quest to fully understand how emotion, economics, and politics drive the one asset we all must own higher. Congrats to you for making the effort to do the same.

You are soon to find not one action or inaction will push PM beyond what most find impossible. The driving forces behind silver and gold are now to a point nothing realistic can contain. Unfortunately, most individuals continently watch wealth inflate away all while gold’s value continues to strengthen. They still believe economic recovery is only a few trillion printed dollars away, it is not.

Over the next few chapters we will prove how debt, declining real estate values, worldwide precious metal demand, and inept political & Wall Street forces are now on pace to drive remaining wealth into both silver and gold. Make no mistake, this is more than a book about silver and gold, this is a book how gold & silver parlay into a life of self-reliance and financial independence, one ounce at a time.
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Editorial Reviews

Gary G
I found Why Silver & Gold Will Go Higher easy to understand. Your presentation of the PM market was very clear (even) for someone who has no previous experience in this area. I still learn something new about PM every day. Also, most people have no idea (I didn't until recently) that one can own physical PM. As you mentioned in your comments, the topic can be easily overwhelming, so I think your book gives a good jumping off point for the novice without being too detailed or boring.
Charl N
I enjoyed Why Silver & Gold Will Go Higher, and even being from Canada, I can see plenty of the same problems and challenges facing us here too. I'd like to see something of your perspective on what would happen if the DOW fell to 5,000, etc., and how that would impact PM - I agree that as long as the Fed keeps printing money, that PM will go up, but what happens when the stock market REALLY tanks...
Leslie L
Although the topic of this book is investing in precious metals such as gold and silver, the author does a pretty thorough job of covering the real condition of our economy as well (as opposed to what the politicos would have you believe). DC Carlton has done a great job of simplifying an unbelievably complex subject so that even someone like me who can hardly balance my checkbook can grasp the big economic picture and clearly read the handwriting on the wall.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940014374767
  • Publisher: The Prospector Site
  • Publication date: 5/22/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 282 KB

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