Monday, December 9, 2013

Precious Metals Investing 101: Gold, Silver, and Palladium

FTMDaily Editor-in-Chief Jerry Robinson teams up with veteran hard assets expert, Tom Cloud, to provide you with an up-to-date briefing on precious metals investing. With central banks across the world keeping their printing presses hot and global tensions heightening every single day, Tom Cloud brings us his outlook on precious metals investing during this volatile time in history.

In this 90 minute webinar, Jerry and Tom:

- Provide their latest investment insights on gold, silver, palladium, and platinum

- Give a general forecast of where prices are heading... and when.

- Show you how to know when to sell your gold

- Provide an update on the U.S. dollar, the U.S. debt crisis, and QE to infinity

- Plus, ideas on the best ways to store your metals

How To Invest In Precious Metals

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Due to serious concerns over inflation and the devaluation of the U.S. Dollar, many forward-thinking investors are considering buying into gold and silver markets or other precious metals equities. For individuals turning an eye toward investments in gold, silver, platinum or palladium, here are some useful guidelines that can help secure your overall finances throughout the future.

The first thing you'll need to get is a broker. Whether it's a physical broker or an online brokerage firm who you can call for assistance, you're going to need a brokering service when getting started with precious metals investments.

Examine all options available to you. These days, the financial market has seen a whole new variety of resources to help investors who want to cash in on changes in gold prices or silver prices, as well as valuations for other precious metals.

Also, be sure to evaluate precious metals ETFs and ETNs. Exchange-Traded Funds (ETFs) or Exchange-Traded Notes (ETNs) are both active funds that are traded throughout the market day. They are much like stocks, however they bundle equities for specific yield and risk ratios.

Consider other types of precious metals funds, such as precious metals index funds and various mutual funds for silver and gold. The variety of precious metals funds indicates there's something for almost every investor who wants to get involved. The funds exist to effectively help individuals profit from drops in gold or silver value, classically called "shorting commodities".

Compare raw values vs numismatic values for precious metals investments. One very important aspect of investing in gold, silver or other precious metals is whether or not the investor wants to trade into raw materials or choose items that have intrinsic value, such as collectibles.

Consider assessing raw metals opportunities. Some basic precious metals investments are typically offered in major national exchanges or in the global Forex market. The South African Krugerrand is a perfect example of a coin that holds its raw value as gold bullion, where the value (measured in troy ounces) will be equivalent to the value of raw gold. Other types of coins and collectibles may have their own numismatic values and trading risks associated with those values.

Remember to track precious metals investments. When an individual trader buys into basic precious metals commodities; gold or silver futures, funds like ETFs and ETNs, mining operations or anything else based on precious metals value, tracking these investments is the real key to profits.

Lastly, do think about profit taking. Every investor has their own approach for benefiting from price increases. Some may choose to hold onto their gold, silver or other precious metals for a long period of time. They're hoping that in unforeseen future events, prices will spiral up and generate vast amounts of wealth for them. Others may just prefer to profit annually from increases in equity values. Following these guidelines and having a concrete strategy in place will certainly help you succeed with precious metals investing.

The Fundamentals of Precious Metals Investing with Jerry Robinson and Tom Cloud

Everyday it seems, gold and silver prices just keep going up. But is precious metals investing just a fad? Gold prices have been rising for 11 consecutive years. Is gold just in a classic bubble phase that is getting ready to pop? And why has silver made new 31-year highs dozens of times already this year?

In this highly important 90 minute webinar, FTMDaily's Chief Economic Strategist, Jerry Robinson, and veteran precious metals advisor, Tom Cloud, join up to bring you a dynamic free online presentation that will answer these questions and more.

Topics include:

An update on the U.S. Dollar (plus, Jerry's forecast on how the Federal Reserve is going to act in the near future.)

The hard facts on how China and other emerging nations are impacting supply and demand for precious metals (and how these changes will affect prices.)

How you can add physical precious metals to your IRA (Wall Street and most financial advisors never talk about this topic...)

Why silver prices are set to explode! (And the best way for you profit from them.)

The shocking news that Tom is hearing from his global suppliers (We'll give you the full details...)

What you should know about palladium (And how this metal can be a great addition to your portfolio.)

Plus, we'll answer the burning question: "Is it too late to buy gold and silver?" (And if you already own gold and silver, "Is it too late to buy more now?")

Plus, there will be a special time for your questions in our viewer Q&A segment.