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Why Precious Metals?

Who do you entrust your savings to?
 
 
 
Precious metals secure assets 
In contrast to all paper currencies and all speculative investments, precious metals secure your assets. Due to their finiteness and thus limited availability, precious metals cannot suffer a complete loss of value. The main advantage of physical possession of precious metals is that creditors are also owners. 
Consistency over thousands of years!
Gold is one of the first metals to be processed by humans. It convinces with its color gloss, the easy processing and the elimination of corrosion. Despite modern extraction methods, gold deposits in the earth's crust are coming to an end. At the same time, the precious metal has a great use, e.g. for the jewelry industry, optics, medicine and electronics.
 
Because of its durability, gold is a brilliant investment. In the past millennia, it has always been able to maintain its intrinsic value, despite high inflation rates. Many state banks have high gold reserves because their value is stable compared to foreign exchange reserves.
German citizens are considered thrifty people around the world. Much of the savings are in savings or call money accounts, in which an interest rate guaranteed by the respective bank should lead to an alleged increase in savings. Firstly, the inflation rate counteracts this interest rate and secondly, most people have known since the bankruptcy of Lehmann Brothers in autumn 2008, at the latest, that even this "safe investment" carries risks without being subject to any rate fluctuations: Many financial institutions are due to their low security deposits and high liabilities with other banks become unstable. 
 
 
 
Precious metal ownership is a creditor's guarantee
 
Due to the high degree of globalization and international financial ties, stock exchanges react to changes more volatile than ever. Gold and silver prove to be comparatively stable in value - with increasing uncertainty even profitable. Measured by the number of share owners, the number of those who own physical gold and silver is small: only two percent of investors worldwide hold gold. Should investors begin to shift parts of their assets into gold and silver on a larger scale, the prices for precious metals will continue to rise.
 
 
 
 
Consistency over thousands of years!
 
Gold is one of the first metals to be processed by humans. It convinces with its color gloss, the easy processing and the elimination of corrosion. Despite modern extraction methods, gold deposits in the earth's crust are coming to an end. At the same time, the precious metal has a great use, e.g. for the jewelry industry, optics, medicine and electronics. 
 
 
 
Because of its durability, gold is a brilliant investment. In the past millennia, it has always been able to maintain its intrinsic value, despite high inflation rates. Many state banks have high gold reserves because their value is stable compared to foreign exchange reserves.
 
 
 
 
 
Silver: Precious Metal of the New Age?
 
 
 
Silver is a soft, easily malleable heavy metal that, because of its rarity, has been used as money for thousands of years together with gold. With industrialization, the demand rose steadily: For many applications in electronics, optics and medicine, silver cannot be substituted by other metals and is therefore indispensable (it has the highest electrical and the highest thermal conductivity of all metals). In a range study presented by the federal government in 2007, silver ranks first of all metals with only 14 years remaining: Due to increasing industrial consumption, in future also for the production of batteries, catalytic converters and photovoltaic systems, silver has a price-increasing effect. On a long-term average, gold was less than 20 times as valuable as silver; today this value is far higher. More and more investors are therefore not only using silver as a store of value, but also as an investment that will increase in the future, as the gold-silver ratio is favorable.
 
Large economies are insolvent
 
America's bankruptcy can no longer be prevented, and while the first social unrest breaks out in Great Britain, the European Monetary Union is fighting for the credibility of its single currency with all the political instruments at its disposal. Peripheral countries to the south seem to be no longer able to finance themselves independently, which is why a transfer union was formed from the legally established currency union. Despite the high level of commitment to cover money with new, freshly printed money, the monetary union will have to disintegrate in the medium term: A common currency with a uniform interest rate was put over largely inhomogeneous economies without harmonizing tax, budgetary and regulatory frameworks beforehand.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Sustainable economic growth & precious metal price development
 
Although precious metal prices have risen significantly over the past few years, supply and demand are largely in balance. At the moment when the majority of people around the world try to flee into tangible assets, precious metal prices will almost explode: never before has so much paper money been in circulation around the world, the financial sector so networked and companies driven by cost reductions such as Production relocations (outsourcing, just-in-time deliveries), so interlinked. It only takes a major loss of this complex interdependence to trigger mass hysteria.
 
 
 
 
 
Sustainable growth can only be generated if the real economy is offset by constant flows of money. Austerity programs, as many industrialized nations have to implement due to their high level of indebtedness, as well as newly granted credit lines in which increasing interest rates are passed on from one debtor to another, by no means meet the growth of a healthy economy. By increasing the amount of money, which over the years rises faster than the goods and services on which it is based, the corresponding currency loses purchasing power. Every single banknote - more appropriately formulated as a promissory note - is put into circulation at an interest rate. These debts can only be paid off by borrowing elsewhere. It is precisely the interest on the borrowed money that in turn ensures the artificial creation of new money - out of nowhere, with no real equivalent and inevitably in ever larger sums. A vicious circle based on a simple exponential function.
 
 
 
 
 
 
In the long term, there are de facto two options left as a way out: rescheduling in the form of an asset cut, also known as a haircut, or debt reduction through “inflation”. Both are associated with massive asset losses for citizens.
 
 
 
 
 
Redistribution of wealth is imminent
 
The loose monetary policy of the world's reserve currency, speculation on the stock markets, stock market crashes, real estate, economic and banking crises, the disruption of public finances, starting the presses and undermining currencies pose considerable risks for assets. Buy precious metals to hedge and secure for the future Preserve your wealth.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Central banks are massively increasing their gold stocks
 
Central banks secure their reserves through physical gold ownership. Estimates by the industry organization World Gold Council (WGC) even show that the People's Republic of China is on the way to overtaking India as the world's largest gold consumer. The study also shows that even central banks in so-called emerging countries are dramatically increasing their gold holdings. Gold helps them to broaden their foreign exchange reserves and reduce their dependence on foreign currencies, explain the experts. According to analysts, central banks will continue to buy gold: in 2011 they already purchased around 440 tons of gold, the largest amount since the end of the gold standard in 1971. In the previous year, they had only bought 77 tons of the coveted precious metal. Central banks are aware of the mathematically inevitable fact of one thing Haircut.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
How do you prepare?
 
 
Our online shop offers a wide range of gold coins and silver coins. In addition, you can be informed about favorable offers from us via product newsletter. We also recommend the Markt & Trends newsletter, which is sent out approximately once a month, and which takes up weighty economic policy decisions in order to stay up to date.

Who do you entrust your savings to?


Precious metals secure assets

In contrast to all paper currencies and all speculative investments, precious metals secure your assets. Due to their finiteness and thus limited availability, precious metals cannot suffer a complete loss of value. The main advantage of physical possession of precious metals is that creditors are also owners.



Consistency over thousands of years!

Gold is one of the first metals to be processed by humans. It convinces with its color gloss, the easy processing and the elimination of corrosion. Despite modern extraction methods, gold deposits in the earth's crust are coming to an end. At the same time, the precious metal has a great use, e.g. for the jewelry industry, optics, medicine and electronics.

Because of its durability, gold is a brilliant investment. In the past millennia, it has always been able to maintain its intrinsic value, despite high inflation rates. Many state banks have high gold reserves because their value is stable compared to foreign exchange reserves.

German citizens are considered thrifty people around the world. Much of the savings are in savings or call money accounts, in which an interest rate guaranteed by the respective bank should lead to an alleged increase in savings. Firstly, the inflation rate counteracts this interest rate and secondly, most people have known since the bankruptcy of Lehmann Brothers in autumn 2008, at the latest, that even this "safe investment" carries risks without being subject to any rate fluctuations: Many financial institutions are due to their low security deposits and high liabilities with other banks become unstable.



Precious metal ownership is a creditor's guarantee

Due to the high degree of globalization and international financial ties, stock exchanges react to changes more volatile than ever. Gold and silver prove to be comparatively stable in value - with increasing uncertainty even profitable. Measured by the number of share owners, the number of those who own physical gold and silver is small: only two percent of investors worldwide hold gold. Should investors begin to shift parts of their assets into gold and silver on a larger scale, the prices for precious metals will continue to rise.



Consistency over thousands of years!

Gold is one of the first metals to be processed by humans. It convinces with its color gloss, the easy processing and the elimination of corrosion. Despite modern extraction methods, gold deposits in the earth's crust are coming to an end. At the same time, the precious metal has a great use, e.g. for the jewelry industry, optics, medicine and electronics.

Because of its durability, gold is a brilliant investment. In the past millennia, it has always been able to maintain its intrinsic value, despite high inflation rates. Many state banks have high gold reserves because their value is stable compared to foreign exchange reserves.



Silver: Precious Metal of the New Age?

Silver is a soft, easily malleable heavy metal that, because of its rarity, has been used as money for thousands of years together with gold. With industrialization, the demand rose steadily: For many applications in electronics, optics and medicine, silver cannot be substituted by other metals and is therefore indispensable (it has the highest electrical and the highest thermal conductivity of all metals). In a range study presented by the federal government in 2007, silver ranks first of all metals with only 14 years remaining: Due to increasing industrial consumption, in future also for the production of batteries, catalytic converters and photovoltaic systems, silver has a price-increasing effect. On a long-term average, gold was less than 20 times as valuable as silver; today this value is far higher. More and more investors are therefore not only using silver as a store of value, but also as an investment that will increase in the future, as the gold-silver ratio is favorable.



Large economies are insolvent

America's bankruptcy can no longer be prevented, and while the first social unrest breaks out in Great Britain, the European Monetary Union is fighting for the credibility of its single currency with all the political instruments at its disposal. Peripheral countries to the south seem to be no longer able to finance themselves independently, which is why a transfer union was formed from the legally established currency union. Despite the high level of commitment to cover money with new, freshly printed money, the monetary union will have to disintegrate in the medium term: A common currency with a uniform interest rate was put over largely inhomogeneous economies without harmonizing tax, budgetary and regulatory frameworks beforehand.



Sustainable economic growth & precious metal price development

Although precious metal prices have risen significantly over the past few years, supply and demand are largely in balance. At the moment when the majority of people around the world try to flee into tangible assets, precious metal prices will almost explode: never before has so much paper money been in circulation around the world, the financial sector so networked and companies driven by cost reductions such as Production relocations (outsourcing, just-in-time deliveries), so interlinked. It only takes a major loss of this complex interdependence to trigger mass hysteria.

Sustainable growth can only be generated if the real economy is offset by constant flows of money. Austerity programs, as many industrialized nations have to implement due to their high level of indebtedness, as well as newly granted credit lines in which increasing interest rates are passed on from one debtor to another, by no means meet the growth of a healthy economy. By increasing the amount of money, which over the years rises faster than the goods and services on which it is based, the corresponding currency loses purchasing power. Every single banknote - more appropriately formulated as a promissory note - is put into circulation at an interest rate. These debts can only be paid off by borrowing elsewhere. It is precisely the interest on the borrowed money that in turn ensures the artificial creation of new money - out of nowhere, with no real equivalent and inevitably in ever larger sums. A vicious circle based on a simple exponential function.

In the long term, there are de facto two options left as a way out: rescheduling in the form of an asset cut, also known as a haircut, or debt reduction through “inflation”. Both are associated with massive asset losses for citizens.



Redistribution of wealth is imminent

The loose monetary policy of the world's reserve currency, speculation on the stock markets, stock market crashes, real estate, economic and banking crises, the disruption of public finances, starting the presses and undermining currencies pose considerable risks for assets. Buy precious metals to hedge and secure for the future Preserve your wealth.
  


Central banks are massively increasing their gold stocks

Central banks secure their reserves through physical gold ownership. Estimates by the industry organization World Gold Council (WGC) even show that the People's Republic of China is on the way to overtaking India as the world's largest gold consumer. The study also shows that even central banks in so-called emerging countries are dramatically increasing their gold holdings. Gold helps them to broaden their foreign exchange reserves and reduce their dependence on foreign currencies, explain the experts. According to analysts, central banks will continue to buy gold: in 2011 they already purchased around 440 tons of gold, the largest amount since the end of the gold standard in 1971. In the previous year, they had only bought 77 tons of the coveted precious metal. Central banks are aware of the mathematically inevitable fact of one thing Haircut.



How do you prepare?

Our online shop offers a wide range of gold coins and silver coins. In addition, you can be informed about favorable offers from us via product newsletter. We also recommend the Markt & Trends newsletter, which is sent out approximately once a month, and which takes up weighty economic policy decisions in order to stay up to date.

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