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By all indications, the volatility of the economy won’t be abating any time soon.  Like a tree buffeted by high winds, its strength will continue to be tested; it will dip beneath changes in pressure, such as escalating debt and the current unrest in the Middle East.  Investors in this environment are understandably wary.  However, there is one commodity that has, for more than 5,000 years, withstood fluctuations throughout various economic conditions.  That commodity is gold bullion.

Historically, gold has represented the strongest and most liquid of all investments; it is easily and quickly converted into cash.  Traded across the globe, bullion maintains its value and remains an extremely intelligent investment, particularly during times such as these.  As part of a diversified portfolio of bonds and cash, gold is an excellent hedge against potential losses.  An old adage states that money doesn’t buy peace of mind, and perhaps not.  But gold comes close.

As with any investment, there is a caveat.  You must buy bullion through a reputable source.  Appropriately based in the “Gold Rush” State of California, Aurum Advisors are among the trustworthiest of those sources.  In its decade-long history, the company has never experienced an incidence of non-compliance with governmental regulations.  Nor have its advertising practices ever been called into question.   Investors are therefore assured that the information contained in their website, and the information provided by their experienced advisors, is completely factual.

Gold coins spanning the American Buffalo, the Chinese Gold Panda, the Gold South African Krugerrand, and more are immediately available through Aurum Advisors.  Held to the highest levels of integrity, the company’s knowledgeable and dedicated staff is ready to assist you with your inquiries, purchases, and/or sales of gold.  To facilitate your decision to buy gold bullion, the firm provides a free Gold Guide with valuable information, including current and imminent market influences, and why Merrill Lynch is projecting gold to double in value over the next five years. 

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