When the market gets a little dicey, gold always becomes a hot topic.
According to Investopedia, ‘…investors typically look at gold as a safe haven during times of political and economic uncertainty’.
But does this method hold up in practice?
And how do you know if it’s the right investment decision for you?
With uncertainty plaguing politics globally, and economies balanced on consumer sentiment, it’s a good time to consider how you’re portfolio is balanced.
Our head of research, Greg Canavan, has put together a guide to help you decide whether gold has a place in your portfolio this year.
In a brand-new Money Morning report titled ‘Three Reasons to Add Gold to Your Portfolio’, Greg reveals three reasons gold could be a valuable addition to your portfolio.
If you’re a gold investor or thinking about adding gold to your portfolio you MUST read this special investor report today.
- Three factors pushing the value of gold: These three factors are some of the major catalysts for gold prices. Find out what effect they could have in 2019.
- Why Trump matters to gold investors: Gold investors are eagerly following news on the US president, even here in Australia. And there’s a good reason for that…
- How to invest in gold: There are different ways to invest in gold. Greg covers the pros and cons (along with his favourite method) in this free report.
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Calculating Your Future Returns: The value of any investment and the income derived from it can go down as well as up. Never invest more than you can afford to lose and keep in mind the ultimate risk is that you can lose whatever you’ve invested. While useful for detecting patterns, the past is not a guide to future performance. Some figures contained in this report are forecasts and may not be a reliable indicator of future results. Any potential gains in this do not include taxes, brokerage commissions, or associated fees. Please seek independent financial advice regarding your particular situation. Investments in foreign companies involve risk and may not be suitable for all investors. Specifically, changes in the rates of exchange between currencies may cause a divergence between your nominal gain and your currency-converted gain, making it possible to lose money once your total return is adjusted for currency.