(Inside you’ll find a closely linked gold investment that could rally higher and faster than the yellow metal)
Gold is a hot investment topic right now.
It’s not a stretch to see why. Since August 2018, prices for the yellow stuff have shot up over 39%.
That’s gold’s biggest jump since the 2008 rally. And three times better than returns from stocks over the same time. Since August 2018, the ASX 200 is up about 13%.
Point is, you can see clear as day why a lot of Aussie investors are excited about adding gold to their investment mix.
Question is: with prices up almost 40% in 12 months, have you missed gold’s run?
Or does the current gold bull have plenty of steam left yet?
To answer those questions — and more — Money Morning editor and commodity specialist, Ryan Clarkson-Ledward, has published a new special investor report for any investor considering a gold buy.
Now, this isn’t one of those investment reports you might have read before where the editor just lazily recommends you buy physical gold.
As Ryan will show you, not only does gold look set to continue climbing higher…
…there’s also a closely linked gold investment — which you can buy easily enough on the ASX — that’s historically far more lucrative than simply buying and holding the precious metal.
Look at this. For the most part, gold shuffled sideways during the early to mid-1990s, before prices ultimately sank toward the end of the decade.
However, investors who pivoted toward a special group of gold stocks could have banked some outstanding gains. See below…
Source: Casey Research
During the 90s, the junior companies mining and producing gold went nuts!
The 1990s wasn’t an outlier, either. Historically, gold stocks tend to outperform physical gold.
And as you read this there are a series of geopolitical events unfolding that could amplify gold and gold stock gains many times over across the next few years.
That’s why you need to download Ryan’s new Money Morning gold report now.
He’ll deep dive on why now — right now — is possibly the best time in the last decade to buy gold and a careful selection of gold stocks.
Here’s two reasons why you should download this intel immediately…
Reason 1: Considering buying gold? Ryan will explain why you should also think about adding a few solid gold stocks to your portfolio. And why gold mining stocks usually outperform the yellow metal.
Reason 2: You’ll discover two potentially imminent geopolitical ‘crisis events’ that could push gold toward new all-time highs, and potentially push some gold stocks into 90s-style return territory.
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