It’s the standard
Surviving every economic crisis in history, gold has proven again and again to be the safest form of investment in the world. Interwoven into cultures and economies, gold is what we desire when times are good and fall back on when times are tough.
A top performing asset class
2020 has been a tough year for investors, but the gold standard has been gold.
In times of crisis, when interest rates are low, when currencies are falling, gold is the safe-haven asset and can deliver strong returns.
People from housewives in India to the biggest central banks and investment funds know that gold can protect against currency declines.
It’s times like these, again and again, they increase their gold holdings.
Safe as houses
Over the last two decades, returns from gold have closely matched the returns from Australia’s booming housing market.
Increase your worth
- Unlike paper investments, gold requires no counter party you must trust.
- Unlike cash it holds its buying power.
- Unlike electronic money, it’s a real asset.
- Unlike bank money, its supply is finite.
- And unlike some asset classes, there’s always a buyer when you’re ready to sell.
A golden history
Universal, stable and naturally scarce, gold has been desired since the dawn of time.
I own gold through Rush Gold and I really like the fact that you can gift gold to your relatives or your friends or your kids. I think that’s great for my kids. They’re learning about investment and the value of currency and gold.
Awesome way to invest in gold, protecting yourself from inflation along the way.
A critical aspect of holding any asset is the assurance to good, verified and secure title. This is particularly relevant given recent experience with cryptocurrencies. Rush Gold’s attention and focus on ensuring audited and verified holdings of gold, gives the holder confidence in buying, sending and holding gold – knowing that it’s in the vault.