This is the mantra for a new generation RS gold, a generation of people who are at their wits end when it comes to feeling like the percent of people that don’t have a voice or a way out. The way in which the world manages finances is about to change the way people view all the things they have been taught by their parents. The days of getting a job with a good company and investing in a 401k are pretty much gone. That money will not be enough with prices increasing the way they are.
Most can not even land a solid job. Yes they have a college degree and a mountain of debt which they are now finding was a big mistake. The N.I.N.J.A generation stands for No Job, No Income and No Assets. My job is to help this generation of people secure income and assets so they can transform their lives for the future and a great way to accumulate assets with little money is in Gold and Silver Investing.
Why Gold & Silver
Gold and Silver are known as precious metals. These metals come from the earth and can not be recreated my man which is what makes it valuable. You may recognize RS gold and Silver as the basic material for most jewelry on the market but there are other uses for these precious metals. For instance silver is used in almost all electronic items due to its high conductivity (ability to transfer an electrical signal). That includes everything from the satellites that orbit the earth down to the cell phone you use. Gold is used in areas where corrosion can occur but must truly be avoided.
Gold and Silver have also been used for currencies for centuries. We can date this back way before the Roman Empire but will use them in the illustrations so that we can understand the significance of the metals.
We have all heard of the great Roman Empire that eventually RS gold
Well the Roman Empire used a currency to trade with surrounding nations and to pay taxes. Paying taxes is what allows the government to finance wars and pay civil service employees. After a while Rome began to expand its reach by conquering nearby areas and going to war with other countries. This war was fueled by the items that needed money and the major form of currency was silver and gold.
Well as Rome began to expand it took on more debt, more service members were employed than ever and there were more projects being taken on than the government could handle in the end. Julius Caesar noticed the Roman empire began pulling back in spending. This would be later known as a recession, very similar to what is going on around the world as of 2012. Since Gold was the standard for trade among the town and was used to pay taxes the government had to find a way to increase the amount of gold to stimulate the economy. This is what we call Quantitative Easing in the U.S. Since gold is a natural resource from the earth they devised a way to cut corners off the gold coins so that they had a lower per ounce gold amount. This devaluing of the gold coin (similar to a quarter) caused prices to increase steadily.
As time went on prices increased as more of these corner clipped coins entered society. Eventually the government could not clip the corners anymore than they already had so they began mixing the gold with another metal so there were more coins (quarters) in circulation but their value was a lot less than the original 100% Gold coin. Eventually Rome experienced hyperinflation and the empire was destroyed.
I tell you this story because we face the same scenario today and will help you understand the need for holding precious metals like gold and silver. We have now evolved from the use of gold to the use of paper dollars across the world. Those dollars were once redeemable for gold. Yes! The U.S dollar was once backed by gold and was as good as gold. President Nixon made Julius Caesar’s decision and decided to begin cutting corners and eventually took the nation off of the Gold Standard.