With World Cup Gold interest already over, it’s time once again to switch our attentions to growing our wealth and securing a sound future.
Gold and Silver prices have rallied in the past week with the Asian Wedding Season working in tandem with growing concerns in Iraq. With Western appetite for a repeat attack on Iraqi rebels at an all-time low, there may be scope for an uprising and prolonged tensions in the region.
Adding fuel to the precious metals fire are the market analysts who now see a growing threat to equity and housing prices. Timing is always key with investment, along with asset allocation. If this rule is to be followed, then it explains why we’re starting to see money coming out of peaking equity markets and back into an already cheap gold and silver market.
In the pension world, concerns have grown over access to Final Salary Pension Schemes. This is leading to a frantic switch to Self Invested Personal Pensions( SIPPs), where savers will soon be able to draw 100% of their savings pot in tax free cash. This potent cocktail has led to a huge rise in investors diversifying their pension pots into assets such as physical gold and commercial property, that are only permissible in a SIPP.
While January usually marks the time of year to reassess your finances, a summertime ‘financial clean’ may well prove fruitful for many.
While some people are seasoned gold investors, the yellow metal poses a whole new world for others. In the past decade gold investment has evolved to become far more mainstream, but most investors remain novices. As such, we regularly help our customers answer questions they have about the market, buying process and how to sell.
One thing’s for sure, you shouldn’t be embarrassed or shy to ask these questions. You need to feel comfortable and understand any asset if you’re considering investing your hard earned cash. As a leading UK gold investment specialists we’ve heard all possible questions many times.
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