Special Report: The 5 Best Ways to Buy Gold

If you're a wise investor, you haven't let your emotions pull you too strongly over to the stock market, despite some recent record rebounds...

Surely you're aware of the constant threat of its wild volatility.

And if you're like most of us, you don't have a whole lot of free capital to toss around in a risky market.

In fact, polls now show a majority of investors actually prefer gold over stocks and real estate these days. And it's no surprise...

We're in the midst of a “lost decade,” and unless you're a billionaire, you're still struggling to recover from the relentless recession and skyrocketing inflation.

These tough times continue to reinforce something Ron Paul has been saying for years: “Gold is the ultimate money.”

Gold is one of the few remaining safe havens in today's uncertain global economy where fiat currency is all but worthless, thanks to the Fed's printing addiction.

The recent gold correction has been one of the longest in recorded history.

Historically, such corrections are followed by periods of steep price increases. So take these opportunities to stock up on the dips.

Hedge the stock market and hedge inflation at the same time. The earlier you do this, the more money you'll pocket along the way...

If you've been searching for a lucrative investment option that'll offer sizable returns in lieu of record unemployment rates, rampant quantitative easing, and a roller-coaster stock market, you've landed on the right page. This free report will help guide you in the right direction so you can buy gold in a way that most benefits your wealth goals.

Because every portfolio needs a hedge from financial freak-outs.

Gold-Pumping Trifecta in Play

Today we're still dealing with increasing national debt, amidst a new slew of currency wars and gold manipulation.

It's a complicated puzzle with many jagged pieces, but they do fit together — if you can focus on the big picture.

The wildly accumulating debt, currency debasement, and assault on gold has precious metals investors "running through the gate" to snatch it up.

Regardless of how much money you have to invest, learn how you too can pad your portfolio with some of the precious yellow metal:

5 Best Ways to Buy Gold

1. Bullion. Buying physical gold is the most traditional way to buy gold. It offers you a safe and secure wealth preservation system. 

As you embark on your journey towards becoming a bullion owner, be prepared to do some rigorous homework... There are plenty of scams and a great deal of counterfeit gold out there. Outsider Club has partnered with GoldSilver.com to educate our readers about why and how they should own gold... as well as serve as a reputable dealer. 

You can check out their Knowledge Center, learn about different bullion products, establish an IRA that owns gold, and discover how to store your bullion in secure third party vaults at the GoldSilver.com site (they offer free shipping, too!).

When you're ready to purchase... use code OutsiderClub at checkout to get a discount on gold bullion.

Investing in bullion as opposed to ETFs offers you savings of about .40% in annual management fees. That being said, bullion is the #1 choice for investors seeking a safe haven against economic, political, or social fiat currency crises or any major banking debacles.

2. Numismatic (Gold Coins).Precious metals experts like Nick Barisheff, CEO of the $650 million Bullion Management Group, says it's important to set investing goals... Starting with gold coins and Silver Eagles is a great way to jump into physical gold ownership.

Technically speaking, any coin having its worth more than its own weight in gold is considered a numismatic gold coin.

Of course, variables like age, rarity, historic correlations , and manufacturing details affect the price of any given coin.

Numismatic coins perform exceptionally well for investors during recessions. The United States has undergone at least fifteen of them since 1919. During each recession, numismatic coins have done well. The CU 3000 Rare Coin Index surged 660% between 1981 and 1989. And even if the price of gold were to fall, numismatic coins could still rise because they are limited in number, and therefore possess a collector's value beyond their worth in actual gold alone.

Today's investors are particularly drawn to numismatic gold coins because acquisitions can be done confidentially. Unlike other popular investment options, financial disclosure is not compulsory for such coins.

Coins certainly offer a unique way to diversify your portfolio and a method to hedge devaluation and inflation. If you plan to invest, the best options for minted gold coins include Canadian Maple Leafs, American Eagles and Buffaloes, Chinese Pandas, and South African Krugerrands.

For optimal value, keep coins in their original packaging to avoid any physical damage.

3. ETFs. ETFs have been blowing up lately. Gold commodity exchange-traded funds are an easy way to expose your investment strategy to the performance of gold without actually owning any physical gold products. This is a great option for investors who don't quite have enough for gold bullion, but who aim to reap some of the rewards from the gold industry itself.

One of the most popular gold ETFs is GLD, the SPDR Gold Shares ETF with an asset base of around $32 billion. It's the most liquid of all gold ETFs, but its convenience will cost you: You'll be responsible for brokerage fees for buying and selling, so you'll want to keep trading at a minimum and use a discount broker for the trades you do make.

ETFs offer tax benefits and are a much easier investment to adjust than physical gold. Holding your ETF in an IRA account is a good idea to avoid a slew of investment taxes. The IRS will tax capital gains at 28% if you hold the ETF for more than a year, well above the 15% rate for long-term gains on stocks.

All things considered, ETFs are a wise choice for inexperienced and seasoned investors alike.

4. Gold Mining Stocks. Junior stocks offer higher potential profits, but they also carry greater risk of loss. If you choose this option for your portfolio, you should be prepared to accept the possibility of gold-based losses in exchange for the potential for triple-digit gains.

The following are the three most publicly-traded gold producers in the United States:

The gold stock sector has persevered as a top-performing market for more than a decade, despite radical stock market swings. Now more than ever, gold juniors are positioned to explode...

And the industry offers endless possibilities and opportunities for all sorts of investors.

As long as the Fed keeps abusing the printing press, gold stock profits could spike anywhere between 300% and 1,000%.

Luckily for you, the mainstream media tends to overlook junior mining companies in times of crisis. In other words, if you act quickly, you could invest at a fraction of the price it would cost you to invest in more mainstream gold stocks.

With the way our economy is limping along, you'll find it well worth it to take advantage of this time-sensitive opportunity.

5. Gold Futures and Options. The gold futures market is one of the most heavily-invested markets in the world. Investors choose this route because trading on margin allows for the relatively small movements of the gold market to translate into large financial gains.

When someone invests in gold futures, he/she promises an outside party that he/she will buy or sell a certain amount of gold to them at a settled upon date in the future. 

The options route is most advantageous for sophisticated investors. If you buy a call, you hope prices will rise. When you buy a put, you anticipate the price will fall. It's a risky formula for profiting, but it allows investors to maintain control of a large investment with a small (and limited) amount of money...

Trading options opens up some prime opportunities for wealth accumulation, but one must remember that those gains can he quickly lost if the investor isn't as diligent as is necessary.

Despite a recent crash in gold prices, the strength of the psychological ideologies motivating today's gold bulls will overpower the market's ability to pull gold down temporarily. At the end of the day, people crave the kind of security that fiat dollars and fallible companies simply can't offer in today's chaotic economy — volatile by nature, changing as frequently as the weather.

Esteemed gold expert Nick Barisheff said: "When you study the whole history of money, the thing that you find is that there's never been a fiat currency, like a paper currency, that didn't end in a hyperinflation and a complete collapse. Not one, ever. This isn't going to be different. It's going to be worse because now we've got a global fiat currency system."

If you can detach yourself from the market's fleeting success and focus on the big picture, you'll see that gold is still the ultimate safe haven for the longer-term outlook...

In five years' time, gold could realistically surpass 2011's record highs of $1,921, with a hyperbolic trajectory to the likes of which we've never quite seen before.

Smart investors buy on dips and these use these five methods to acquire gold in its various forms.

Thanks for subscribing to the Outsider Club. We'll continue to find ways to boost your portfolio with flexible and safe investments that will help you break free of the traditional trading advantages, traps, and pitfalls financial institutions use to siphon off your wealth...

The Outsider Club Research Team


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