One of the reasons I enjoy working with the Certified Gold Exchange has to do with freebies. Whether it is a free coffee in the morning, a complimentary round of golf when I visit the Dallas, TX, office or a free magazine, I’ll take it. Each year for the last 21 years the Certified Gold Exchange has released new precious metals investing guides, and this year is no exception. The release of not one, not two but three new precious metal-themed investment brochures was announced at a press conference in Dallas, TX, this week. The company has gained notoriety in past years for its hard-hitting, “pull no punches” approach to gold investing publications, and Certified Gold Exchange spokesperson Janet Jones was on hand at the press conference to explain why the 2014 brochures were no different.
“While many companies are loyalty to a particular political party, we are loyal only to our clients,” Jones said. “And the truth,” she continued, “is that politicians on all sides have played a role in harming our country financially. For our clients to be the most well-informed gold buyers in the nation, as we want them to be, it is vital to understand that from Roosevelt to Nixon to Obama and including [Federal Reserve chair Ben] Bernanke all of our leaders have played a role in bringing us into a recession, devaluing our currency and taking money out of our pockets. These brochures explain how precious metals may be able to help individuals grow independent of such a system.”
Normally, the Certified Gold Exchange releases investment guides for the upcoming year in early October, but Jones said the recent sell-off of gold and silver prompted the early release of The Insider’s Guide to Gold Investing: 2015 Edition, The Insider’s Guide to Silver Investing: 2015 Edition, and The 2015 Gold IRA & Gold 401(k) Guide.
“Gold and silver prices have fallen significantly in the last couple of months, and we predicted that the lower prices would motivate a lot of investors to jump off the sidelines and into the gold and silver markets,” Jones said. “Reports from the U.S. Mint, the Perth Mint, the Royal Canadian Mint and other bullion and coin manufacturers have proven that prediction to be true. We hope investors will glean some wisdom from these publications that they can use when buying and selling precious metals.”
The guides contain colored charts, historical data, articles and quotes from some of the top minds in the gold industry. Interested individuals can request one free copy of each guide at www.CertifiedGoldExchange.com, and the brochures, an estimated $29 value, are available in both digital form and hard copy.