How to Protect You and Your Family Against the Uncertain

History, and not just that of the U.S., is riff with events that have turned nations on their heads. In these times there is something that has always maintained its standing power, and even risen above such economic turmoil-and that asset is Gold. The earliest known use of gold in human history is the use of the metal in artifacts found in a burial site that date back at least 7,000 years ago. We can purport, that from that point, people have had an inclination towards the shiny, yellow metal: from ancient Egyptians, to the powerful Roman Empire, and even the native cultures in Central and South America such as the Inca and Aztec.

More recently, gold has seen a rise in value because of our own domestic monetary difficulties. Two cases stand out: one from March 2001 to November 2001 and another from December 2007 to June 2009, America experienced two of its estimated 32 cycles of expansion and contraction since 1854; but these are two of four that are considered a recessions. During those periods gold experienced a steady increase: the price of an ounce of gold in January 2001 was around $264, and the end of 2003 it was $415. Since then gold has experienced a nearly tripling its market worth.

Owning a coin like the 1/4 ounce American Eagle Gold Bullion Coin is a wise investment for uncertain futures. With these beautiful coins, you could easily conserve your overall net worth if your other stocks or bonds experience a decline in value. It’s true that gold fluctuates in price, and experiences periods of growth, and decline much like other assets on the market; but history has shown that it is an overall steady investment, and can actually be considered a safe haven asset.

Not only can the quarter ounce American Eagle Gold Coin be an exceptional investment opportunity, but for those trying to protect against an uncertain cultural decline, or have a survivalist mentality; this coin could also be an asset for bartering, and trade during hard times. As opposed to a full one ounce bar, or coin; there is no need to divide this coin based on need.

If you’d like to learn more about the history of the Gold American Eagle program, or want to know more about the other denomination coins our experts are available to answer all of your questions—just give us a call at 1(877)795-9585 today