A Safer Way To Buy Gold

A Safer Way To Buy Gold
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Investors ask me all kinds of questions — about the economy, the stock market and the economic challenges ahead…

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But there’s one question I hear more often than any other:

Why should I own gold?

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The fact is, we live in an uncertain, fast-changing world. With gold, we can diversify our wealth beyond traditional assets like stocks, bonds and real estate.

But the next question I hear is this:

What’s the most cost-efficient way to safely, securely buy and own precious metals?

For that, I’m happy to tell you about one option I just heard about from my friends at EverBank.

It’s called the Automatic Purchase Plan for metals, available only with a non-FDIC insured Metals Select® Unallocated Account.

You should check it out because it offers you so many different options to buy precious metals, and in affordable quantities too.

For instance, let’s say you want to only build a portfolio of precious metals? You can open an Unallocated Account with the Automatic Purchase Plan to buy gold. If you like silver, sign up for that plan instead. You can even buy platinum, or palladium, through their own purchase plans as well.

Here’s the best part: You can start buying for as little as $100 a month, or for a minimum of $5,000 if you want to buy in bulk.

And when selling or purchasing metals to or from you, EverBank will always offer a customer price that is within 1% of the price available to them.

Click here for more information and details on EverBank’s Automatic Purchase Plan for metals.

Keep in mind, the account is not FDIC insured, and may lose value. It isn’t guaranteed by the bank or the government, nor is it a bank deposit. Purchasing or owning metals involves degrees of risk that make them unsuitable for certain individuals.

Also, EverBank has a paid marketing relationship with Banyan Hill Publishing. But the key point is that we all need options to navigate our way through a challenging financial environment, and the Metals Purchase Plan helps you do just that.


Jeff Yastine

Editor, Total Wealth Insider


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