Gold and Precious Metals

Best ways to invest in Gold

I’ve put together a special report called “The best ways to invest in gold: the ultimate consumer good.” It’s for all subscribers to the OfWealth Thought Club. I hope you find it useful – see the link below to claim your copy.

By the way, the time has come to let you know who the real “” is. My name is Rob Marstrand, as you’ll see on the cover of the report. I’ll let you know more about myself, and why I’ve set up OfWealth, later in the week. But for now let’s stick to gold…

Most investment analysts think of gold as a monetary asset. I think of if differently, as the “ultimate consumer good”. That’s because most of it goes into jewellery and, to a lesser extent, electronics. And most of the buyers are consumers in the huge and expanding emerging markets, such as China and India.

These days it’s gold’s role as the raw material in these consumer goods that ultimately give the yellow metal most of its value. The time when gold was used widely as money has passed and, in my view at least, is unlikely to return.

The special report that I’ve written provides a summary of what gold is and why you should invest in it. More than that it also identifies the best ways to invest in gold, plus some things to avoid.

Click on the following link to download your free special report:

Click to download: The best ways to invest in gold: the ultimate consumer good.

Stay tuned OfWealthers,

Rob Marstrand

robmarstrand@ofwealth.com

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Rob is the founder of OfWealth, a service that aims to explain to private investors, in simple terms, how to maximise their investment success in world markets. Before that he spent 15 years working for investment bank UBS, the world’s largest wealth manager and stock trader with headquarters in Switzerland. During that time he was based in London, Zurich and Hong Kong and worked in many countries, especially throughout Asia. After that he was Chief Investment Strategist for the Bonner & Partners Family Office for four years, a project set up by Agora founder Bill Bonner that focuses on successful inter-generational wealth transfer and long term investment. Rob has lived in Buenos Aires, Argentina for the past eight years, which is the perfect place to learn about financial crises.